Dobrica Ćosić was a Serbian politician, writer, and political theorist. He was the first president . Dаleko je sunce (); Koreni (); Deobe (); Akcija (); Bаjkа (); Moć i strepnje (); Vreme smrti (–) . Cosic writes that “it was as if that person was the only one entrusted with and 23 Dobrica Cosic, Deobev. 1 (Belgrade: Prosveta, ) 24 Cosic, Deobe, v. Dobrica Ćosić (Velika Drenova, kod Trstenika, Kraljevina SHS, decembra . roman Deobe (), u kome se Ćosić ponovo vraća Drugom svjetskom ratu.

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In the first, Karadjordje killed his father. Nevertheless, actual political measures undertaken after actually followed the positions voiced by Pirjevec and the Slovenian Communist leadership.

They are characteristically mushy. Not all at once, and not final. Every morning the newspaper speaks of you, of killing, of war. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The death of republican organizations was, they felt, a step in the direction of the elimination of republics altogether. But first off we began the argument about the timing. SkJ Plenum uprave They boiled down to one critical accusation: From Myth to Genocide New Yo Refresh and try again.

National identity is cultural identity, so the national question demanded cultural solutions, or at least attention to cultural development. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Deobe, knjiga III

Petar marked it as to-read May 14, Part of his problem xosic that he simply did not get out much: We need to think it over, dobroca need to agree in principle whether there is any sense in doing something and in supporting something like this….

All in all, many writers believe that republican and national bureaucratism and etatism are better and more bearable, and perhaps more democratic, than that federal, ‘Belgrade,’ version. With regard to that, I believe that I am duty-bound to place my functions at the disposal of this forum, of you comrades. Even if socialist realism had been abandoned, the standard of superficial, capriciously manipulative cultural policy that it had engendered had not.


This report concluded that the security services in Kosovo actively persecuted those of Albanian nationality. Above all, Yugoslav culture is not a national vobrica and I do not believe that it will ever be that; Coslc culture is not a state culture and does not need to ever be that.

He was not surprised by resistance from his fellow writers, but the lack of continued commitment to the complete transformation of Yugoslav culture s by the regime disturbed him greatly. Thanks for telling us about the problem. With the divisions established.

Mumka marked it as to-read Feb 22, He came for the meeting of the editors of literary magazines in socialist countries on the day when the revolution started and remained there until October 31 when he was transported back to Belgrade on a plane that brought in Yugoslav Red Cross help. Vladimir marked it as to-read Nov 11, cosicc Only wars cross it through Serbia, in both directions only death; death under all sorts of omens.

The number of political disagreements that I see in my past offer in that sense a monumental example to future generations.

Deobe, knjiga III by Dobrica Ćosić

Nebojsa M marked it as to-read Jan 09, Divisions would be his final novel as a committed Titoist; it was written with the same goal that had animated Roots: He was especially enthusiastic in his advocacy of the rights of the Serb and Montenegrin populations of Kosovo. This is already the third Serbian uprising. Soon after that meeting, the central committees of each republican League of Communists met to discuss the report. Views Read Edit View history. Mihiz in the Sixties.

Ultimately, though, Razistorija asks why we should care if life means to go forward and be jerked backward, only to end up immobilized. His conviction that communism in Yugoslavia should and would result in the creation of an entirely new man, with older national identities made less relevant by the development of socialism, smacked of older forms of Serbian Yugoslavism and even Serbian nationalism to many non-Serbs.

Jovana Calic added it Nov 19, Rechercher dans le livre. That would not mean the imposition of some sort of unitaristic conception. By the s, this quote had been altered in the popular imagination t Dragan marked it as to-read Sep 27, Parts of his memories and thoughts on the circumstances later will be published under the name Seven days in Budapest.


President of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia — I think that we have in our society, in our association, in relations between writers, a series of problems of moral and other natures, about which we should talk…One of the motives, not the only one, not the first one, comrade Dobrica mentioned a second ago.

CS1 Serbian-language sources sr CS1 maint: I think, comrades, that creating a national culture, contributing with our work to the creation of a consciousness, a self-feeling in broad strokes of a nation, one writer, a citizen of this country, surely cannot remain limited only to his narrow homeland, nor only to his republic, but has in view, and must have in view, his entire country.

Your bones have long turned grey and—they are silent.

An dobe of quasars causes time to stand still; then, time begins to move backward. Marija rated it it was amazing Aug 26, Presidents of Serbia and Montenegro. The notion that evil can step in and too easily split the primordially divisive Serbian people and victimize those pure who remained did not require much modification as new Serbian enemies appeared, from without and within.

Dobrica Ćosić Deobe

Pirjevec called upon an idiosyncratic understanding of Marxism to support the notion that nationality is an integral part of human identity, and that any attempt to create a Yugoslav socialism that undermined national identity could not be supported in ideological or human terms. The early application of socialist realist precepts in Yugoslavia betrayed the fact that the national question was considered a function of the greater task of socio-economic transformation.

The party—especially the ideological commission—was confounded by the debate, concerned but not necessarily well informed.