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Remembrances of Vanished Yugoslavia: Part 1: Bosnia (1917-1941) (Black and White)

Tomljenovic, Ms Borka

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Título: Remembrances of Vanished Yugoslavia: Part 1:...

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In the current series of books within Remembrances of Vanished Yugoslavia, Borka Tomljenovic presents a more comprehensive collection of her memories and commentaries about the distinctions between the culturally different parts of Yugoslavia. In part I: Bosnia, she writes about the powerful influence of Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian occupation on the life and culture of Bosnia. In Book II: Croatia, the author describes her experiences of the cultural life in Zagreb and along Dalmatian coast that were enriched by centuries-long contact with Western European neighbors. In part III: Serbia, Borka Tomljenovic writes about her experiences in Belgrade between 1962 and 1992, including references to the rich Serbian literary history, and echoes of the disruptive effects of 400 years of Turkish occupation on the cultural life in Serbia. Finally, in book IV: America, the author continues with her observations of human interactions and writes about her experience of the new world from 1992 to the present. In the Remembrances of vanished Yugoslavia, Borka Tomljenovic joins a multitude of Yugoslavs, some now living in fragments of the former country, others in diaspora around the world, in yugo-nostalgia, a regret at the disintegration of the richly diverse country remembered for the good life during its 73-year lifespan, and a desire to see its pieces reunited once again.

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