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The Bridge on the Drina Serbo-Croat: The story covers a period of about four centuries and is in some sense a collection of short stories. Originally named Ivan, he became known by the diminutive Ivo. His ambassadorship ended in after the German invasion of Yugoslavia.
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Inhe was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature “for the epic force with which he has traced themes and depicted human destinies drawn from the history of his country. Following the death of his wife inhe began reducing his public activities.
As time went by, he became increasingly ill and eventually died on March 13,in Belgrade then Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and today Serbia. The material for his works was mainly drawn from the history, folklore and culture of his native Bosnia.
Some are of the opinion that, as a supporter of one Serbo-Croatian language, this was a change for him from the Western to the Eastern form of the same language. Many of his works have been translated into English; the best known are the following:.
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His political career, combined with extraliterary factors, contributed to the controversy that still surrounds his work. His best short stories and novellas are set in his native Bosnia and Herzegovina and frequently center on collisions between the three main Bosnian nationalities: Serbs, Croats, and Bosniaks. Serbian culture and tradition have the strongest literary claim.
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