THE IVO ANDRIĆ FOUNDATION For Andrić an essential feature of human relationships remains attack and This story offers an example of the balance between individual experience and generalization that typifies Andrić's technique of Missing: zlostavljanje | Must include: zlostavljanje. Zlostavljanje. Petar Zec. Yugoslavia. A marriage of a young woman, whose husband is respected member of society, gradually turns into. Zlostavljanje. Petar Zec. Yugoslavia. A marriage of a young woman, whose husband is respected member of society, gradually turns into hell.
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This story opens with a statement of general hostility towards Anica, the wife in one of these ostensibly unexceptionable marriages, and criticism of her having ivo andric zlostavljanje her husband: The generalization is deliberately intensified in this story to heighten the contrast between the familiarity of the pattern, the expectations of outsiders and the reality of the marriage itself.
After the wars, Andric served as a Yugoslav diplomat, deputy, and representative from Bosnia. He was a member of the Federation of Writers of Yugoslavia. He also went to Vienna and gathered material in the State Archive about the consulate period in Travnik, studying the reports of Austrian consuls in Travnik from to — Paul von Ivo andric zlostavljanje and Jakob von Paulich.
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In spite of such circumstance, the ivo andric zlostavljanje published: In November he retired from the diplomatic service but refused to receive a pension. He refused to sign the Appeal to the Serbian people that condemned resistance to the occupying forces.
During the next few years he was quite involved in public affairs: In ivo andric zlostavljanje became a member of the Yugoslav Communist Party.
He moved into his first apartment with his wife — Proleterskih Brigada Street 2a. Although a considerable number of his ivo andric zlostavljanje had already been translated into many languages, after he received the Nobel Prize there was enormous interest in the world for the works of this writer from the Balkans, and his novels and short stories were printed in more than thirty languages.
He ivo andric zlostavljanje his entire Nobel Prize money to the library fund in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in two parts. The striking common feature of all the stories portraying these various kinds of ivo andric zlostavljanje is that its vehicle is speech. It is through words that Andrija persecutes his wife; another character compensates for the humiliation of his working life as a civil servant.