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Sarajevo Notebook 37-38 (2012)
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37-38 (2012)

Sarajevo Notebook
 

Summary / Sažetak

U prvom licu

First Person Singular
Kolja Mićević
Sve te pesnikinje!
All these poets

Uvodnik

Introduction
Alma Lazarevska

Dnevnik

Diary
Milica Nikolić
Dnevnik čitanja 2011, još jednom, ipak
Diary 2011, once again, still

Dokumenti

Documents
Oskar Davičo
Srpska književna laž
A Serbian literary lie
Milica Nikolić
Šta nam je donela "Srpska književna laž"?
What has a "Serbian literary lie" brought us?

Tema Broja: Susjedstvo Riječi -- Klasici Drugih

Main theme: The neighbourhood of words -- the classics of others
Nadežda Čačinović
Mrtvi bijeli muškarci?
Dead white males?
Tatjana Jukić
Plus d'un: narativni kolektivi Danila Kiša
Plus d'un: narrative collectives of Danilo Kish
Enver Kazaz
Vešovićeva poezija kao kartografija apsurda, melanholije i nostalgije
Vešović's poetry as a map of the absurd, melancholy and nostalgia
Zvonko Kovač
Kanonski tekstovi i interkulturni pisci "u regiji"
The canonical texts and intercultural writers "in the region"
Tonko Maroević
S klasicima srođen, njima ulančan
One with the classics, bound to them
Mihajlo Pantić
Klasik je klasik kad ga prihvati drugi
Classic is a classic when it is accepted by the other
Marjan Strojan
Klasici drugih
The classics of others

Manufaktura

Manufacture
Kolja Mićević
Sor Huana Ines De La Kruz ili La Poesía la poseía
Sor Juana Inés de la Crúz or La Poesía la poseía
Sreten Ugričić
Dve pripovetke
- Neočekivano
- Kod kuće u inostranstvu -- pokušaj integracije
Two short stories
- The Unexpected
- At home, abroad -- the attempt to integrate
Ljiljana Dirjan
Snijeg za dvoje
A Snow for two
Dubravka Ugrešić
Ženski književni kanon?
Female literary canon?
Avni Halimi
Apsurd kazne
The absurd penalties
Beqë Cufaj
Odakle dolazimo, ko smo, kuda idemo?
Where do we come from, who we are, where are we going?
Mirt Komel
Kino
Cinema
Miklavž Komelj
Uloga oznake "totalitariza" u konstituisanju polja "istočne umetnosti"
The role of "totalitarianism" in the constitution of the "Easter art" field
Aleksandar Prokopiev
Čovek sa jednim krilom
A man with a single wing
Dražen Katunarić
Pjesme
Poems
Muharem Bazdulj
Drugo pismo iz 1920 godine
Another letter from 1920
Matjaž Pikalo
Zemlja anđela
The land of angels
Qibrije Demiri-Frangu
Estetika bola
The aesthetics of pain
Qibrije Demiri-Frangu
Pesme
Poems
Ismet Prcić
U Narodnom pozorištu
In a National Theatre
Mihajlo Pantić
Hodanje po oblacima
Walking on the clouds
Bekim Sejranović
Kolekcija jesen/zima
Autumn/Winter collection
Enes Halilović
Pjesme
Poems
Živorad Nedeljković
Pesme
Poems
Berislav Blagojević
Kratke priče
- Ispovijest
- Ulazak kroz izlazna vrata
- Ko je, dođavola, J. Tabisz?
- Hotline
Short stories - Confession
- Entering through the exit door
- Who, the hell is J. Tabisz?
- Hotline
Kemal Mahmutefendić
Pjesme
Poems
Milorad Belančić
O srpskom stanovištu: mi pa mi
About Serbian point of view: we so we
Ivana Seletković
Jedan traktat o melankoliji & Šehićeva Knjiga o Uni
About melancholy and Šehić's Book about Una
Iva Rosanda Žigo
Kazališna predstava kao primjer interferencije političke ideologije i estetskog načela
Theatrical performances as an example of the interference of political ideology and aesthetic principles
David Fideler
Istražujući svete prostore
Exploring sacred places

Moj Izbor

My choice
Marina Trumić
Dnevničke Bilješke (27. 10. 1991. -- 1. 12. 1991)
Diary notes (27. 10. 1991. -- 1. 12. 1991)

Pasoš Filip Larkin

Passport Phillip Larkin
Filip Larkin
Izabrane pjesme
Selected poems
Marko Vešović i Omer Hadžiselimović
Filip Larkin
About Philip Larkin

Oni Koji Dolaze

The coming ones
Luka Čuljak
Pjesme
Poetry
Jasmin Agić
Razigrani Vjetar
Playful wind

Portret Slikara Slikarstvo Silvestera Plotajsa Sicoea

A Portrait of a painter Silvester Plotajs Sicoe
Marko Košan
Divlji u srcu
Wild at heart
Boris Gorupič i Silvester Plotajs Sicoe
Buntovnik? Ako tako želiš
A rebell? If you want so
Silvester Plotajs Sicoe
Pesme
- * * *
- ručna pesma
- krik strasti
- * * *
- moj grad
- čarobnjak
- slatke pesma
- magenta
- * * *
- san
- divlja i mlada
- srce
- vatra
- žirafa
- ritam zečjeg srca
- belo
Poems - ***
- Hand song
- Passion cry
- ***
- my city
- wizzard
- cute poem
- magenta
- ***
- dream
- wild and young
- heart
- fire
- giraffe
- rhythm of rabbit's heart
- white


 

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