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Filigree Pavements

Bosnian Transition 2004-2006

Author(s): Muharem Bazdulj
Subject(s): Developing nations, Culture and social structure , Nationalism Studies
Published by: Biblioteka XX vek
Summary/Abstract: Muharem Bazdulj was born 1977 in Travnik, where he completed his high school education. He graduated from Sarajevo University with a major in English (English and American literature). He regularly writes cultural and general interest articles for the Sarajevo weekly ”Dani” (Days) and for the Belgrade weekly ”Vreme” (Time), and occasionally for the Zagreb-based “Zarez” (Comma), the web site, Skopje-based “Forum” and for other publications within the space of former Yugoslavia. He has published nine books of prose fiction, poetry, and essays. The most recent of them, a collection of short stories, entitled “Magic” was published in 2008 by the publishing house Gradac from Čačak (Serbia). His books have been translated into English, German, and Polish. He is an editor at the Zagreb-based magazine for culture ”Tvrđa” (Fortress) as well as at the Sarajevo daily newspaper ”Oslobođenje”(Liberation). Filigree Pavements consist of fifty articles published in Bazdulj’s column of the same title in the Sarajevo weekly ”Dani” (Days).

  • Print-ISBN-13: 978-86-7562-086-0
  • Page Count: 200
  • Publication Year: 2009
  • Language: Bosnian