ANDRIC'S BORDERLAND PROSE IN THE LIGHT OF THE NON-ELASTIC SEMIOSPHERIC
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This paper explores aspects of violence in the bordering prose of Ivo Andric. The events have been considered in a semiotic key, from the position of the theory of semiospheres with emphasis on inelastic semiospheric cores of cultures. The emphasis has been placed on the investigation of violence to individuals and groups as a form of self-security mechanism of totalitarian cultural systems. That is the purpose of studying of Andriс’ s prose The Bridge on the Drina, Travnik Chronicle, and Omerpasha Latas.
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