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Academic journal article Serbian Studies. In December , the editors of the magazine Rec, the best Serbian literary magazine during the s, announced that the poetics of Serbian literature were changing. Therefore, Rec decided to publish a thematic issue not dedicated to those new historical novels that "tend to correct historiographical misconceptions and thus affirm a concept of applied literature," but to call attention to the contemporary novels that "parody and problematize the identification of history, story and novel" and in which there can be "sensed the tragedy of modern historical sensibility.

However, not even one author was focused in their long essays, much more than papers, on the problem stated in the Editor's Note. All of them examined Serbian canonical writers of the twentieth century Danilo Kis, Milos Crnjanski, Borislav Pekic, and Dorbica Cosic , and when they dared to talk about contemporary ones Radoslav Petkovic and David Albahari , the comparison with the elder authors was almost a proof of postmodern inaccuracy and inconsistency.

Therefore, Rec's thematic issue failed to reach both topics announced in the Editor's Note: it did not deal with the newest historical novel and it did not distinguish it from "pulp" production described only as "applied literature. Namely, the fact that the war was not fought on Serbian territory, but first in Slovenia and later in Croatia and Bosnia, did not allow the formation of a "consensus" and "uniformity" regarding the combat events which were presented in the Manichean manner.

Thus, Serbia should be considered a victim of the illegitimate request for independence of a few Yugoslav republics, or a nationalistic aggressor whose dream is the Greater Serbia, a romantic country based on the idea of "one ethnicity--one state. Them divide in their presentation of social realities:. An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while.

Read preview. The Beginning: The Revival of the Historical In December , the editors of the magazine Rec, the best Serbian literary magazine during the s, announced that the poetics of Serbian literature were changing. Government Printing Office, Read preview Overview.

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Academic journal article Serbian Studies. In December , the editors of the magazine Rec, the best Serbian literary magazine during the s, announced that the poetics of Serbian literature were changing. Therefore, Rec decided to publish a thematic issue not dedicated to those new historical novels that "tend to correct historiographical misconceptions and thus affirm a concept of applied literature," but to call attention to the contemporary novels that "parody and problematize the identification of history, story and novel" and in which there can be "sensed the tragedy of modern historical sensibility. However, not even one author was focused in their long essays, much more than papers, on the problem stated in the Editor's Note.

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The English title, Bait , troubled me to the end. There has been no mention of bait. What place is there for a writer in another country, in another language? It is not the norm to write well in a second language, especially not for a poet or novelist. Almost all writers in exile rely on translators, on translations.

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