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D92 Ivo Andric: A Symposium, edited by Celia Hawkesworth (1984).

Ivo Andric: A Symposium, edited by Celia Hawkesworth (1984). SSEES Occasional Papers no.4



SSEES Occasional Papers no.4

Ivo Andric: A Symposium
Category: Literature and Culture


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Proceedings from a symposium on the work of Ivo Andric (1892-1975), who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1961 – the first international meeting on Andric to be held outside Yugoslavia - which was held at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies 10-12 July 1984. The intension of the meeting and of this volume is to recognise Andric’s stature as a major figure in twentieth-century European literature, and to make available in English a representative collection of critical essays on his work.

The contributions in the present volume demonstrate the extent to which, while starting from an abundance of social and historical detail, Andric exploits his native land as a microcosm, rich in universal and timeless observations on the human condition, and on the nature of the artistic process.

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