Sudbina i komentari

Sudbina i komentari Svojim poeti kim tematskim idejnim i ostalim odlikama i mogu im kontroverzama Sudbina i komentari su nesumnjivo jedan od najva nijih srpskih romana s kraja pro log veka knjiga koja obele ava to vr

  • Title: Sudbina i komentari
  • Author: Radoslav Petković
  • ISBN: 9788679792198
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Paperback
  • Svojim poeti kim, tematskim, idejnim i ostalim odlikama i mogu im kontroverzama, Sudbina i komentari su nesumnjivo jedan od najva nijih srpskih romana s kraja pro log veka, knjiga koja obele ava to vreme Knjiga Sudbina i komentari je 2004 godine uvr tena u deset najboljih romana nagra enih Nin ovom nagradom.

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    • Michael says:

      I read the English translation of this book.I have to say I enjoyed parts of it and overall I thought it was finally written. It has a slow leisurely pace that I found oddly comforting. Although as a story I liked it, I think I missed out too much of the hidden subtle meanings in this book because I'm not familiar enough with Serbian history.The reason I say this is because a recurring image throughout is the historical character of Dorde Brankovic (enpedia/wiki/%C4%90or). He is an important sym [...]

    • Aleksandar Obradović says:

      Nekim čudom je ova knjiga dugo bila van mog radara. Sasvim slučajno, našao sam je u ediciji najboljih deset roamana koji su osvojili NIN-ovu nagradu. Priznaću da me naslov zaveo na pogrešan put, mislio sam da je riječ o nekoj esejistici. Prijatno iznenađenje je počelo već sa prvim stranama, priznajem bilo je djelova koji su mi bili spori i dosadni, ali sve u svemu jedna fenomenalna, višeslojna knjiga o sudbinama, hrabrosti i istoriji kao subjektivnoj impresiji onih koji je proučavaju. [...]

    • Jaimie Lau says:

      Great book. Whilst following the the naval career of Russian officer, Pavel Volkov, Petković writes a solid, standalone story of one man's rise and ultimately, his fall at the hands of those playing the exact same game. Even though the story of Pavel being brought down by the devious and calculating Katarina is a simple one, it is part of a bigger web of intrigue of Petković manages to paint a living, breathing (and scary) Trieste where information is the real power during the Napoleonic wars. [...]

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