Glava secera (). 1h 2min | Drama | TV Movie · Glava secera Poster. Add a Plot» Writers: Milovan Glisic (novel), Jovan Radulovic (adaptation). : GLAVA SECERA () by MILOVAN GLISIC and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at. Notable works, Glava šećera, Posle devedeset godina. Notable awards, Order of St. Sava, Order of the Cross of Takovo. Spouse, Kosara Stefanović. Milovan Glišić (6 January – 20 January ) was a Serbian writer, dramatist, translator.
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They include, among others, his most popular humorous and satirical stories: He is sometimes referred to as the Serbian Gogol.
Uncapable to accept any job that would suit him, he returns to his homeland in disappointment. For the Serbian theater he had translated more than thirty-one mikovan from Russian, French, and German literatures.
Morgana Kisha rated it it was amazing Nov 05, He also translated the works of American authors, particularly Mark Twain. There has been no other documented usage of the word to refer to the region before that, there is also a claim about an earlier Bulgar Turkic origin of the word popular in Bulgaria, however it is only an unscholarly assertion. Ragusa is a Croatian city on the Adriatic Glisiic. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. As such, the text presents a wealth of ethnographic material.
The Gradac is one of Europes cleanest rivers, as evidenced by the presence of otters, the Valjevo mountain range offers clean air, medicinal herbs, forest fruits and wild game.
To prove his worth, the young man becomes a miller in a vampire-infested local mill. Apart from the city, Valjevo covers the area which includes the following settlements, According to the census results. After the revolution of —, the Hungarian budget was amalgamated with the Austrian, from tothe Kingdom glisid Hungary maintained its own customs controls, which separated her from the other parts of the Habsburg-ruled territories.
On the cot on which the person caring for the mill sleeps, Strahinja places a log and covers it with blankets to give an appearance of a sleeping man, whilst he himself hides on the attic, armed with two rifles.
During the s, the Philosophy Department developed into a particular college, the University of Belgrades Faculty of Philosophy is todays continuation of this department.
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Prva brazda. Glava šećera.
Kola mudrosti, dvoja ludosti, Alexander Ostrovsky, Gavran, Alphonse Daudet Portrait of Dostoyevsky by Vasily Perov According to the census, the area of Valjevo had 90, inhabitants,59, of whom were urban dwellers.
Kristina rated it it was amazing Mar 24, Dead SoulsNikolai Gogol, For health reasons he went to Dubrovnikwhere he died, aged However, Kadijevic uses it only gisic a starting point for his own explorations into La SanfeliceAlexandre Dumas, Due credit, indeed, must be given to him for familiarizing the Serbian secerz audience with the great 19th Century Russian authors, and significantly influencing the development of his translations of literary language and style.
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Glava šećera by Milovan Glišić
The best and most important of his translations from Russian and Ukrainian are: It is classified as a Beta- global city, chipped stone tools found at Zemun show that the area around Belgrade was inhabited by nomadic foragers in the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic eras. View toward Rilathe highest mountain in the Balkans which reaches m. People of these territories were usually called Rus or Rusyns, the Ukrainian language appeared in the 14th — 16th centuries, but at that time, it was mostly known as Ruthenian, like its brothers.
Valjevo was mentioned for the first time in and it was milocan important staging post on the trade route that connected Bosnia to Belgrade. OblomovIvan Goncharov Soon other men of letters became fervent exponenets of these new trends and ideas.
For the Serbian theater he had translated more than thirty-one plays from Russian, French, and German literatures. Several scientific theories attempt to explain the etymology of the term, according to some new alternative Ukrainian historians such as Hryhoriy Pivtorak, Vitaly Sklyarenko and other scholars, translate the term u-kraine as in-land, home-land or glav.
Portrait of Goncharov by Ivan Kramskoi ,