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Ivo ('i:v%). 1892--1975, Serbian novelist; author of The Bridge on the Drina (1945): Nobel prize for literature 1961
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According to HLC, Andric, as commander of the VRS BiraA brigade, in whose zone of responsibility were, among others, Vlasenica and Zvornik municipalities, on 28 May 1992 ordered the removal of the Bosniak population from Zvornik, resulting in the departure of more than 10,000 Bosniaks to the area of Mali Zvornik, Kalesija, the village of Snagovo and the town of Kula.
Purists consider slivovirz cocktails a form of sacrilege, but experimental mixes, like Rakia Bar's Galliano-infused Andric, are catching on.
In the four chapters that comprise Part II Melaney tackles the prose writings of Joyce, Kafka, Malraux, and Andric, demonstrating how these writers employ language to frustrate conventional hermeneutic strategies and thus expose the process by which cultural practices become mythic in literature.
John Perse, Ivo Andric have distinguished themselves in the league of Nobel Laureates.
Making a substantial impression despite a short running time, the film, structured like a mystery, centers on an Australian tourist's dawning awareness that something terrible and unacknowledged took place at the hotel she patronizes while visiting the birthplace of Nobel Prize-winning author Ivo Andric.
Abbas told a number of Egyptian media reporters in Cairo that the Palestinian Authority (PA) is also serious in successfulness of negotiations within the time celing, pointing out that the dialogue between the two sides will begin bilaterally and trilaterally then they will meet in order to begin the negotiations pertaining to all security, political and economic aspects with focus on political matters in the presence of US Envoy Martin Andric who has been appointed as the US Administration's Envoy in the region.
Chapters typically focus on select works by individual filmmakers and writers, including Alenka Mirkovic, Vladimir Arsenijevic, Milcho Manchevski, Ivo Andric, Jurica Pavicic, Ante Tomic, Vinko Bresan, Maja Weiss, Miroslav Krleza, and Aleksandar Hemon.
They also travelled to ancient fortresses and the birthplace of Ivan Andric, winner of the Nobel Literature Prize in 1961, in Travnik.
Andric was one of the leaders of Serbian movement "Resistance" that stirred up the protests that resulted with the fall of Slobodan Milosevic's dictatorship.
En su ultimo capitulo ("Post scriptum sobre el viejo puente") la autora hace hincapie en el espacio y no tanto en el habla a que se referia en los capitulos anteriores, sino que el espacio tiene un arquetipo: es una descripcion de un puente en la novela de Ivo Andric, El puente sobre el Drina.
They now saw with their own eyes," Ivo Andric narrates in his classic The Bridge on the Drina (1945), "that these glorious buildings involved so much disorder and unrest, effort and expense" (Na drini cuprija 22).
Hall: Abdi Ipekci Referees: Grzegorz Ziemblicki (Poland), Milija Vojinovic (Serbia), Olegs Latisevs (Latvia) Galatasaray Medical Park: Gordon 9, Shipp 9, Goksenin Koksal, Savovic 2, Andric 15, Lakovic 9, Ender Arslan 8, Shumpert 6, Furkan Aldemir 4, Caner Topaloglu 2 Anadolu Efes: Lafayette 5, Sinan Guler 7, Vujacic 15, Savanovic 4, Batista 4, Kerem Tunceri 3, Barac 16, Kinsey 2, Cenk Akyol