Dubravka Ugresic

is a post-Yugoslav writer. A graduate of University of Zagreb in comparative literature and Russian language, she has lived in the Netherlands since the 1990s. Her books include In the Jaws of Life (Virago, 1992), The Museum of Unconditional Surrender (Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1998), Baba Yaga Laid An Egg (Canongate, 2009) and Europe in Sepia (University of Rochester: Open Letter Books, 2014).


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The great theft

A conversation with Dubravka Ugresic

In a frank discussion with Kultura Liberalna’s managing editor, the post-Yugoslav writer Dubravka Ugresic considers the state of European values a quarter of a century after the fall of the Berlin Wall. A lack of serious public forums, says Ugresic, has resulted in a lack of democratic thought.

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