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Andrić, Ivo 1892-1975

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The bridge on the Drina by Ivo Andrić( Book )

475 editions published between 1944 and 2021 in 21 languages and held by 2,986 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Chronicle of three centuries of Balkan life, centering around a great stone bridge in present-day Yugoslavia
Bosnian chronicle by Ivo Andrić( Book )

208 editions published between 1945 and 2020 in 13 languages and held by 2,077 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Set in the town of Travnik, Bosnian Chronicle presents the struggle for supremacy in a region that stubbornly refuses to submit to any outsider. The era is Napoleonic and the novel, both in its historical scope and psychological subtlety, Tolstoyan. In its portrayal of conflict and fierce ethnic loyalties, the story is also eerily relevant. Ottoman viziers, French consuls, and Austrian plenipotentiaries are consumed by an endless game of diplomacy and double-dealing: expansive and courtly face-to-face, brooding and scheming behind closed doors. As they have for centuries, the Bosnians themselves observe and endure the machinations of greater powers that vie, futilely, to absorb them. Ivo Andric's masterwork is imbued with the richness and complexity of a region that has brought so much tragedy to our century and known so little peace"--
The woman from Sarajevo by Ivo Andrić( Book )

193 editions published between 1900 and 2019 in 11 languages and held by 1,166 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"In 1935 Raika Radakovich died in Belgrade on Stishka Street, No. 16 A, of natural causes. Case dismissed- by the police, but not by the Nobel-prize winning Yugoslavian who reconstructs her life into this novel. A miserly old maid with one obsession, to make a million, Miss Radakovich starts out to avenge her ruined father's death by living in the "world of money." She husbanded capital happily in Sarajevo from 1906 until 1919, when money was suddenly declared extinct and she was accused of war-profiteering. With bloodless single-mindedness, she began again in Belgrade only to die alone without achieving her dream.... A poetic story of a life without poetry, again Andric has managed to invest a simple narrative with the morality and some of the quality of the folk tale. The climate of Yugoslavia in one of its most historic moments is, in itself, almost enough. Andric never judges; his story does it for him. Although not as unusual as some of his other books which have appeared here (Bosnian Chronicle, etc.), the novel will be welcomed by those who know his work, admire his artistry in his contemporary, native idiom."--Kirkus
Devil's yard by Ivo Andrić( Book )

224 editions published between 1954 and 2016 in 15 languages and held by 1,141 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A Bosnian Franciscan, Fra Peter, is put in an Istanbul jail, wrongly accused of plotting against Ottoman rule
The vizier's elephant; three novellas by Ivo Andrić( Book )

9 editions published between 1961 and 1970 in English and held by 525 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Death of a simple giant and other modern Yugoslav stories by B. A Lenski( Book )

1 edition published in 1965 in English and held by 510 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Collection of stories by modern Yugoslav writers
The development of spiritual life in Bosnia under the influence of Turkish rule by Ivo Andrić( Book )

52 editions published between 1988 and 2017 in 6 languages and held by 483 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ivo Andric (1892-1975), Nobel Prize laureate for literature in 1961, is undoubtedly the most popular of all contemporary Yugoslav writers. Over the span of fifty-two years some 267 of his works have been published in thirty-three languages. Andric's doctoral dissertation, The Development of Spiritual Life in Bosnia under the Influence of Turkish Rule (1924), never before translated into English, sheds important light on the author's literary writings and must be taken into account in any current critical analysis of his work. Over his long and distinguished career as a diplomat and man of letters Andric never again so directly or discursively addressed, as a social historian, the impact of Turkish hegemony on the Bosnian people (1463-1878), a theme he returns to again and again in his novels. Although Andric's fiction was embedded in history, scholars know very little of his actual readings in history and have no other comparable treatment of it from his own pen. This dissertation abounds with topics that Andric incorporated into his early stories and later novels, including a focus on the moral stresses and compromises within Bosnia's four religious confessions: Catholic, Orthodox, Jew, and Muslim. Z.B. Juricic provides an extensive introduction describing the circumstances under which this work was written and situating it in Andric's oeuvre. John F. Loud's original bibliography drawn from this dissertation stands as the only comprehensive inventory of historical sources known to have been closely familiar to the author at this early stage in his development
The damned yard and other stories by Ivo Andrić( Book )

26 editions published between 1992 and 2012 in English and Serbian and held by 294 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Omer Pasha Latas by Ivo Andrić( Book )

73 editions published between 1976 and 2019 in 10 languages and held by 286 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A sweeping epic by Nobel Prize-winner Ivo Andrić about power, identity, and Islam set in 19th-century Ottoman Bosnia and Istanbul. This previously untranslated historical novel by the Nobel Prize-winner Andrić tells the story of Omer Pasha Latas, born Mihailo Latas, a Serbian Christian who rose to a position of power in the Ottoman Empire. When Mihailo's chances of a military career in Austria fail, he flees across the border into Ottoman Bosnia, converts to Islam, and makes his way to Istanbul where his exceptional intelligence and qualities as a potential military leader are recognized by the sultan. Having distinguished himself in mercilessly suppressing uprisings in Albania, Syria, and Kurdistan, and subsequently in Montenegro, Herzegovina, and Albania, Omer Pasha is sent to Bosnia in 1850 to quell resistance by local landowners to modernizing reforms. Now in the land of his fathers, Omer Pasha's display and misuse of power is all the more urgent but also more complex. Along with an exquisitely drawn array of local characters, Ivo Andrić portrays a man who is both supremely arrogant and pitifully vulnerable, and a city in the grip of fear
Pripovetke by Ivo Andrić( Book )

84 editions published between 1924 and 2011 in 6 languages and held by 241 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The slave girl : and other stories about women by Ivo Andrić( Book )

9 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 222 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is a string of newly translated as well as already published stories by the classic Serbian author of the greatest significance in Eastern European literature. This volume includes numerous examples of the oppression of women and the disaster that ensues if any should defy the established rules. In addition to evoking this society, Andric has woven into it a more personal experience of the categories which society assigns to women
Travniška kronika : konzulski časi by Ivo Andrić( Book )

16 editions published between 1948 and 2021 in Slovenian and Croatian and held by 194 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Wegzeichen by Ivo Andrić( Book )

79 editions published between 1976 and 2019 in 7 languages and held by 186 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Die Brücke über die Drina Eine Visegrader Chronik by Ivo Andrić( Book )

58 editions published between 1953 and 2008 in German and English and held by 174 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Die Geschehnisse auf der Brücke bei Wischegrad zwischen 1570 und 1914 spiegeln das Schicksal von Land und Leuten in Bosnien wieder. SW: Balkan ; SW: Jugoslawien
Mersad Berber by Mersad Berber( Book )

2 editions published in 1980 in English and held by 145 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La chronique de Travnik by Ivo Andrić( Book )

20 editions published between 1956 and 2011 in French and held by 117 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Perdue dans les farouches montagnes de Bosnie, la ville de Travnik ne semble en rien destinée à laisser des traces dans l'Histoire. Et pourtant, par la pénétrante évocation d'Ivo Andritch, elle devient un lieu de confrontation entre l'Orient et l'Occident, entre le passé et l'avenir, entre ce qui périt et ce qui reste immuable dans la destinée humaine. Huit ans de vie hors du temps, ordinaire, étouffée, et cela entre octobre 1806 et mai 1814. A l'extérieur, en lettres de feu, l'épopée napoléonienne écrit l'Histoire. Les deux consuls, le français et l'autrichien, envoyés par leurs gouvernements, attendent à Travnik, aux confins de l'Europe, la réalisation de leurs rêves, de leurs ambitions. Mais l'immobilité de l'Orient, la mentalité et les coutumes des différentes ethnies contradictoires et impénétrables noient leurs élans et leur jeunesse. Peu d'événements dans cette chronique, où la torture et la joie, l'amour et l'intrigue politique sont relatés avec l'art serein du chroniqueur. Et pourtant, avec quelle passion découvrons-nous les détails de cette fresque, qui a le relief, les couleurs et la saveur des plus fortes images médiévales, où se rencontrent le vizir et le chanteur de rue, le distillateur de raki et le moine, les femmes d'Europe perdues dans le piège des lois ataviques orientales et tant d'acteurs involontaires de ce drame : juifs, catholiques, orthodoxes et musulmans
Die Brücke über die Drina; eine Wischegrader Chronik by Ivo Andrić( Book )

26 editions published between 1959 and 2007 in German and held by 106 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In elf weit gespannten Bögen 250 Schritte lang, 10 Schritte breit schwingt sich die Brücke über die Drina. Bei Viscaronegrad, einer bosnischen Stadt nahe der serbischen Grenze, führt sie über den Fluss. Seit Jahrhunderten ist sie ein Treffpunkt für Menschen von beiden Ufern, ist Trennlinie und Bindeglied zwischen Orient und Okzident. In seinem Meisterwerk entrollt Ivo Andric; ein gewaltiges Zeitpanorama vom 17. Jahrhundert bis zum Ersten Weltkrieg und erzählt von den vielfältigen Schicksalen der Menschen, die dort aufeinandertrafen
Most na Drini by Ivo Andrić( Book )

11 editions published between 1948 and 1980 in Slovenian and Undetermined and held by 101 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La cour maudite by Ivo Andrić( Book )

28 editions published between 1962 and 1990 in French and held by 94 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Staze. Lica. Predeli by Ivo Andrić( Book )

46 editions published between 1963 and 2004 in 4 languages and held by 93 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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Bosnian chronicleThe woman from SarajevoDevil's yardThe damned yard and other storiesOmer Pasha LatasThe slave girl : and other stories about womenTwentieth-century literary criticism
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Andeliqi, Yiwo 1892-1975

Andoritchi, Ivo 1892-1975

Andrić.

Andrič I.

Andrič I. 1892-1975

Andrić, Ivan 1892-1975

Andrič, Ivo

Andrič, Ivo 1892-1975

Andrić, Iwo

Andrić, Jvo 1892-1975

Andrić, Иво

Andrich, Ivo

Andrich, Ivo 1892-1975

Andričius I.

Andričius, Ivas

Andričs, Ivo 1892-1975

Andričs, Ivs, 1892-1975

Andriḱ, Ivo

Andriḱ, Ivo 1892-1975

Andriq, Ivo

Andritch Ivo

Andritch, Ivo 1892-1975

Andrits, Ivo 1892-1975

Andrītš, Iyfū 1892-1975

Andritsch, Ivo 1892-1975

Andryč, Ivo

Antrits, Ivo 1892-1975

Ioannes Andrić

Ivo Andrić

Ivo Andrić Bosanski, hrvatski i srpski književnik

Ivo Andrić boszniai származású jugoszláv író, költő

Ivo Andrić diplomate et écrivain yougoslave

Ivo Andrić escriptor iugoslau guardonat amb el Premi Nobel de Literatura l'any 1961

Ivo Andrić escritor serbio

Ivo Andrić escritor yugoslavo, ganador del Premio Nobel de Literatura en 1961

Ivo Andrić hrvatski, srpski i bosanskohercegovački književnik iz Bosne i Hercegovine

Ivo Andrić jugoslavenski književnik

Ivo Andrić jugoslavialainen kirjailija

Ivo Andrić jugoslavisk författare

Ivo Andrić jugoslávský spisovatel

Ivo Andrić jugoslawischer Schriftsteller

Ivo Andrić Jugoslovenski književnik

Ivo Andrić jugosłowiański powieściopisarz, nowelista i poeta

Ivo Andrić juhosłowjanski diplomat a spisowaćel

Ivo Andrić novelist, short story writer

Ivo Andrić romancista e escritor jugoslavo

Ivo Andrić Schriftsteller

Ivo Andrić schrijver uit Socialistische Federale Republiek Joegoslavië (1892-1975)

Ivo Andrić scriptor yugoslave

Ivo Andrić scrittore e diplomatico jugoslavo

Ivo Andrić srpski i jugoslovenski književnik i diplomata Kraljevine Jugoslavije

Ivo Andrić Yugoslabo a nobelista

Ivo Andrić Yugoslav novelist (1892-1975)

Ivo Āndrica

Ivo Andričius

Ivo Andričs

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Андриќ, Иво

Андрич И

Андрич И. 1892-1975

Андрич Иво

Андрич, Иво 1892-1975

Андрић И

Андрић И. 1892-1975

Андрић, Ивo.

Андрић Иво

Андрић Иво 1892-1975

Иво Андриќ

Иво Андрич

Иво Андрич югославски писател

Иво Андрић

Иво Андрић српски и југословенски књижевник и дипломата Краљевине Југославије

Иво Андрић Југословенски књижевник

Иво Андрић југословенски књижевник и дипломата Краљевине Југославије

Іва Андрыч

Іва Андрыч югаслаўскі пісьменьнік

Іво Андрич

Іво Андрич югославський письменник, нобелівський лауреат (1961)

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איוו אנדריץ'

אנדריץ', איבו

אנדריץ', איוו 1892-1975

ايفو اندريتش

إيفو أندريتش، 1892-1975

ایو ایندرک

ایواینڈرک

ایوو آندریچ

ایوو آندریچ نویسنده رمان و داستان کوتاه

इवो आन्द्रिच

इव्हो आंद्रिच

ईवो आण्ड्रिच

ইভো আন্দ্রিচ

ইভো আন্দ্রিচ সাহিত্যে নোবেল পুরষ্কার বিজয়ী

ਈਵੋ ਆਂਦਰਿਚ

ಐವೋ ಆಂಡ್ರಿಕ್

ივო ანდრიჩი

안드리치, 이보 1892-1975

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アンドリッチ, イヴォ

アンドリッチ, イボ

イヴォ・アンドリッチ

イヴォ・アンドリッチ ユーゴスラビアの小説家、詩人、外交官

伊沃·安德里奇

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伊禾安德里奇

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