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Beautiful and dark poetry of one of the greatest Serbian poets. Prevodi na ovoj stranici su zasticeni zakonom o autorskim i srodnim pravima "Sl. One of the most prominent Serbian poets of the 20th century, often referred to as "Prince of Serbian poetry".

Although he started writing poetry while in high school - his first poems were dedicated to his unturned high school love - only in Belgrade he manages to enter literary circles. Once in capital, he becomes friends with writers, like Vasko Popa and Mihailo Lalic, and spends time in bohemian quarter of Skadarlija in downtown Belgrade. He refused to join the communist party which made publishing of his poems difficult at the time, and brought him many enemies in the years to come.

In In the same year Jean-Paul Sartre visited Srpska akademija nauka i umetnosti "Serbian academy of science and art" in Belgrade, on which occasion Branko received special recognition from him. Branko's poetry is inspired by Mallarme, Verlaine, Heraclitus, and contains many philosophical elements, antique and Serbian national mythology, as well as symbols and references from various works of classical literature.

He translated Russian and French poets, wrote essays and critics. Jeremic and a group of poets he starts a neo-symbolist literary group with a goal to synthesize ideas of symbolism and surrealism. His poetry is classified as contemporary Serbian poetry and belongs to neo-symbolism. In the same year unfriendly political atmosphere leads him to leave Belgrade and move to Zagreb Croatia where he works as an editor for Radio Zagreb.

His death is considered a mystery and up to this day is a subject of discussion. There are two theories - one is stating that he committed suicide - for either unturned love source - his allegedly close friend, Petar Dzadzic or pressure and mocking from the communist party there was possibly a conflict with the communist party because of which he renounced his poems.

He was found in a in a kneeling position Branko was a tall man , surrounded by many footsteps in the snow, suggesting that he was not alone. His mother has been recorded saying that Branko's body was bruised and firmly believed that he was murdered. He was cremated and buried at "Novo groblje" in Belgrade.


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