One of the leading poets of the 68′ generation, a writer who earned wide acclaim after writing scenarios for Kusturica’s films (“Do you remember Doli Bel”, “When Father was Away on Business”), who was until recently the president of the Writers’ Association in Bosnia and Herzegovina Abdulah Sidran (b. Sarajevo 1944) belongs to that rare […]

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