A Serbian-Yugoslavian fiction article writer and poet, he’s most widely known for books such as for example Hourglass (1972) and Psalm 44 (1962). His past due short tale collection, The Encyclopedia from the Inactive (1983), set up his reputation among the most significant Yugoslavian writers of his era. His Jewish dad was killed within a Nazi focus camp, and he resided with his mom and sister in Hungary through the remainder of Globe Battle II. He released his first book, Mansarda (The Attic), in 1962. He passed away of lung cancers in 1989, soon after wrapping creation with an Israeli tv miniseries. He wedded Mirjana Miocinovic in 1962. He separated from Miocinovic in 1981, of which stage he became associated with Pascale Delpech. He was inspired by the task of Russian writer Vladimir Nabokov.
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