Ivo Andric: Bridge Between East and West
Bloomsbury, 1984 - 270 pages
This is the first intoduction in English to the Nobel prize-winning novelist and writer Ivo Andric. The book covers the full range of his work, including verse, essays and reflective prose as well as fiction. Celia Hawkesworth also provides an account of Andric's life, and the cultural history of his native Bosnia.
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