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He is a personification of morale and dogmatic belief, everything that Muslim religion of the Ottoman rule rests on. I suspect many readers will be defeated by that very need.
This is not as accessible a book as Andric’s masterpiece. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Nov 02, Sandra15 rated it it was amazing. In this thought provoking book, Selimovic questions our rigid beliefs about world, justice, relationships and what’ s happening around us basing on Ahmed Nuruddin’s A Mevlevi Dervish formerly living in his world established on absolute truths story and portrays his moral dilemmas strikingly. When his brother is arrested, he must descend into the Kafkaesque world of the Turkish authorities in his search to discover what happened to him.
A must for anyone interested in Yugoslav culture and history. Hasan Dzelebdzija Olivera Katarina All That Jack’s Izbrisati je da ne postoji, da ne boli. Not knowing where to start,and afraid I maybe won’t transfer what lies in the depths of the wisdom that this book brings and gives, I would like to say what the novel is about in a couple of unpretentious sentences. Learn more about Amazon Prime.
These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers. The Meeting Point But in the strokes of these letters at least some of what was in me will remain, no longer to perish in eddies of mist as if it had never been, or as if I had never known what happened. The staff of elementary school prepare the retirement party for their cleaning woman. Apr 01, Vit Babenco rated it it was amazing.
Besides psychological introspective, it touches also many philosophical questions related to human life, society and politics, as well as analysis of social and political state of Bosnia during Ottoman Empire reign.
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The hero wants to pass his time in prayers and the passive contemplation of divinity and the world but to live smrh to take sides, and taking sides is dangerous… I do not yet know what will be written here. A careless remark about the newspaper Da li nam se ta duboka? Showing of 2 reviews. Write a customer review. But, even at that period in my life, I din’t fail to recognize that this novel is like a rare diamond that not many people are allowed to discover,understand and accept.
The Battle on the River Neretva Further suggestions might be found on the article’s talk page. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Took my breath away. Little does the hero know that the verdict has been reached in advance, and that there is no way out o only for his lost brother, but, even more so, for him.
Beautiful translated words confronting and comforting the human fear of love by the means of examining the easier-to-grasp fear of death. Throughout his life, the atmosphere of the city, the relations with the judge and the mechanism of government, the image of Ottoman Empire at the beginning of the nineteenth century is being revealed.
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Death and the Dervish
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Pages to import images to Wikidata Articles containing Serbo-Croatian-language text All stub articles. For ten years, he temporarily lives with his married sister in a cramped, one-room apartment The reason must have been very, very important. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. I’ve chosen some favorite phrases and liked them from the quotes. Not This book is a huge favorite of mine and I’m quite surprised that I haven’t written about it derviis yet.
And yet it is a mystery to me that I have not always been what I am now.