У ЋЕЛИЈИ. 115: ИВО АНДРИЋ, НИКО БАРТУЛОВИЋ, ОСКАР ТАРТАЉА...
IN THE PRISON CELL NO 115: IVO ANDRIC, NIKO BARTULOVIC, OSKAR TARTALJA
Subject(s): Comparative Study of Literature, Bosnian Literature, Croatian Literature, Serbian Literature, Theory of Literature
Published by: Матица српска
Keywords: Ivo Andric; Ex Ponto; stories of Toma Galus; Niko Bartulović; My Friend; Tonislav Malvasia; Oskar Tartalja; The Traitor;
Summary/Abstract: The essay is focused on the war experience conveyed in the fiction and non-fiction texts written by three friends and prison comrades, Austro-Hungarian Croats, committed to the ideology of so-called Yugoslavhood (Ivo Andric: Ex Ponto, stories of Toma Galus, Niko Bartulović: My Friend Tonislav Malvasia, Oskar Tartalja: The Traitor). The author considers imprisonment of Ivo Andric during the Great War as a milestone both in his life and literary work explicable mainly by his friendship with young Dalmatians dedicated to the struggle against Austro-Hungarian hegemony and for freedom of the South Slavs whom they saw gathered in the new state with Serbia as a Piedmont.
- Issue Year: 63/2015
- Issue No: 1
- Page Range: 151-168
- Page Count: 18
- Language: Serbian