31 January 1998 Svetislav Basara’s Looney Tunes and David Albahari”s Darkness are the two most popular novels in Serbia at the moment. While reading these fine novels, one can contemplate how short-lived glory usually is: it seems that the rebellious “sons” of Serbian literature have denounced their “father” with some contempt. Dobrica Cosic has been […]

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