IVO ANDRIC'S LITERARY WORK AS THE SUBTEXT OF BRANKO BRDJANIN BRAJOVIC’S NOVEL SILA
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The paper researches relations between the author of the novel Sila (Albatross Library, FilipVišnjić, Belgrade 2010), Branko Brdjanin Bajovic, and Ivo Andric’s literary work. The direct relation can be detected in the essay Jedanpogledna Sarajevo and the story The Journey of Alija Đerzelez, while the contextual and associative relations can be clearly noticed in the story Pismo iz 1920, the essay O pričiipričanju, and also in the novels The Bridge on the Drina, The Damned Yard and Omer Pasha Latas. The paper argues that the author of Sila does not hide his imagined dialogue with Andric at all – quite the contrary, he emphasises it. We will present on the example of the novel Sila Brdjanin’s recognizable poetic method of the use of Andric’s text as a seemingly “objective narrator” in the function of familiarizing the reader with the novel’s chronotope. The relation between Sila and The Journey of Alija Đerzelez has been presented in structural, poetic and conceptual aspects.
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