Author(s): Goran Dakić
Subject(s): Social Sciences, Language and Literature Studies, Literary Texts, Fiction, Studies of Literature, Sociology, Novel, Bosnian Literature, Nationalism Studies, Migration Studies
Published by: Imprimatur d.o.o.
Keywords: Memoir; war; auto-fiction; refugee literature;
Summary/Abstract: This book deserves attention and positive criticism, primarily because it is a strongly engaged anti-war reminder of the refugee suffering, the forgotten column of the poor, the trouble from which God seems to have given up. Without any embellishment and idealization, often characteristic of children's literature, even naturalistic refinement you would say, Dakić records and literary shapes his memories. The book “Fiver” is characterized by narrative polyphony and skillfully organized auto-referential text. In it, different destinies, stories and confessions touch and intertwine. They literally flow from several branches, as towards the Danube, and merge towards Željko Nišević and his life story, his discreet heroism. They flow like individual refugee destinies that merged into an indelible column of the main road of recent history.
- Print-ISBN-13: 978-99976-776-3-1
- Page Count: 121
- Publication Year: 2019
- Language: Serbian