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Aleksa Šantić (Cyrillic: Алекса Шантић) (May 27, – February 2, ) was a Aleksa Šantić, a village in Serbia is named after this poet. Pesme/Poems. Nijedan pisac nije toliko ličio na svoje književno delo koliko Aleksa Šantić ( ). Ovaj pesnik je bio najveće dete u našoj književnosti. Šantićeve pesme. Results 1 – 8 of 8 Pesme I by Santic, Aleksa and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books available now at

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I am neither Serbian nor Bosnian, but I feel Santic’s poetry in my bones even though I have to use a dictionary reading it. Views Read Edit View history. The title should be at least 4 characters long.

Aleksa Šantić – Wikipedia

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Want to Read saving…. Retrieved sahtic December The family did not have much patience for Aleksa’s lyrical talents. He is said to have reached his greatest poetic maturity between andwhen he wrote his best songs. Zamirisa kosa, k’o zumbuli plavi, a meni se krenu bururet u glavi!

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Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. Deep and subtle, yet very simple, it moves me to tears. Santoc page was last edited on 27 Octoberat Emina married Avdaga Koluder, became Emina Koluder, moved away from her city of birth and had 14 children.


Danica rated it it was amazing Aug 19, The old poet has died, Emina has died The empty garden of jasmine was left behind The pitcher is broken The flowers have withered The song about Emina, will never die. He was born and lived most his life in Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina, then part of Austria-Hungary, where he also died. See if you have enough points for this item. Return to Book Page.

She lived to the age of 83, dying in Please review your cart. The review must be at least 50 characters long. He is also pictured on 10 Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible marks bill. Miljana rated it really liked it Apr 28, If nothing, there’s a handful of works worth mentioning, that prevented me from giving it one star, such as fantastic “Jeseni moja” and “Neretva”. Harlequin rated it it was amazing Mar 13, Retrieved 9 August She only gave me a frowning look, Not caring, the naughty one, that I am crazy for her!

We appreciate your feedback. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. This is one of the most overrated books I’ve ever read. Published by Zavod za udzbenike first published Drawing themes and imagery eantic his hometown Mostar, the atmospheric capital of Mediterranean Herzegovina, and its surroundings, his poetry is marked in equal part by the late-Ottoman urban culture in the region, its social distinctions, subdued passions and melancholy, as well as the South-Slavic national awareness that was growing all over what was later to become Yugoslavia.


Discourses of Collective Identity The topics and images of his poems ranged from strong emotions for social injustices of his time to nostalgic love.

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Aleksa Šantić – Serbo-Croatian Poetry Translation

Jelena Stankovic rated it liked it Mar 04, This combination of locally rooted, transcultural sensibility and a dedicated pan-Slavic vision has earned him a special place in the pantheon of South Slavic poetry.

The funeral was aldksa by all the citizens of Mostar irrespective of their religious affiliation. Boba rated it it was amazing Nov 22,