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Derviš i smrt

Death and the Dervish is an acclaimed novel by Bosnian writer Mesa Selimovic It recounts the story of Sheikh Nuruddin a dervish residing in an Islamic monastery in Sarajevo in the eighteenth century during the . Real Rating 35 of fiveAn intense read Beautiful translated words confronting and comforting the human fear of love by the

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Ottoman Turk hegemony over the Balkans When his brother is arrested he must descend into the Kafkaesue world of the Ottoman authorities in his search to discover what happened to him He narrates his story in the for. This book is a huge favorite of mine and I m uite surprised that I haven t written about it yetBut I m here now to correc

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M of an elaborate suicide note regularly misuoting the Koran In time he begins to uestion his relations with society as a whole and eventually his life choices in general Hugely successful when published in the 1960s. My closest Bosnian friend gave this to me after I d read Ivo Andric s Bridge on the Drina This is not as accessible a boo All You Need Is Less published in the 1960s. My closest Bosnian friend gave this to me after I d read Ivo Andric s Bridge on the Drina This is not as accessible a boo

  • Paperback
  • 473
  • Derviš i smrt
  • Meša Selimović
  • English
  • 12 November 2017
  • 9780810112971

About the Author: Meša Selimović

Mehmed Meša Selimović was a Yugoslav and a Bosnian writer from Bosnia and Herzegovina and one of the greatest Bosnian writers of the 20th century His most famous works deal with Bosnia and Herzegovina and the culture of the Bosniak inhabitants of the Ottoman province of Bosnia



10 thoughts on “Derviš i smrt

  1. says:

    Imagine a bag of candy with 455 pieces of the most delicious pieces of candy inside Each is so delicate and mouth watering that you feel the need to expand the joy to as many minutes as possible and it sweetens the soul just like it does the tongueThis is basically what this book was like to me It's not an easy read and

  2. says:

    Guilt law justice I’ve already read two grand books about law justice and guilt – The Trial by Franz Kafka and Invitation to a Beheading by Vladimir Nabokov – and Death and the Dervish by Meša Selimović surely belongs in this

  3. says:

    Real Rating 35 of fiveAn intense read Beautiful translated words confronting and comforting the human fear of love by the means of examining th

  4. says:

    There's only one word I can use for this book MASTERPIECE

  5. says:

    ENGLISH People despise everyone who succeeds and hate the ones who surpass them Get used to scorn if you want peace and hate if you

  6. says:

    This book is a huge favorite of mine and I'm uite surprised that I haven't written about it yetBut I'm here now to correct that and to pay homage to this unprecedented masterpiece of I dare to say world literatureW

  7. says:

    All we try to do in life is have a congruent and balanced view about the world people and what's happening around us And we try to protect our safe zone often ignoring and dismissing the things that not fit in our congruent view about the li

  8. says:

    After lots of thought I was going to rate this book either one star or five stars I chose to give it the five stars and to rate myself with one for not being able to understand ANYTHING going on in it I totally failed me cause even I can see that this is a world masterpiece and truly about subjects that interest me immensly the Balkans history religion inner turmoils being ethical when everyone around you isn't moral dilemmas that break a p

  9. says:

    My closest Bosnian friend gave this to me after I'd read Ivo Andric's Bridge on the Drina This is not as accessible a book as Andric's masterpiece Drawing a comparison Andric is Tolstoy while Selimović is Dostoevsky While Andric gives you everything you need to know to appreciate his book Selimović presupposes the reader knows enough to fill in the background

  10. says:

    Another classic Yugoslav novel by former Partisan and Bosnian Muslim Selimović This book explores many of the same themes as his next novel also a classic Tvrđava Set in the Middle Ages the novel dissects and exposes the nature of totalitarian regimes A former fighter become a priest is drawn against his will into the political intrigues of

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