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Momcilo Nastasijevic


A Serbian poet, playwright, novelist, and instructor, he’s known for such lyrical dramatic functions mainly because The Unevoked, Grasp Mladen’s Daughter, with The Eternal Tap. He also published the musical episode The Treasure of Medjuluzje. He analyzed books and French in the University or college of Belgrade before embarking upon an extended career as a higher school French instructor. His poetry had not been as widely go through as that of his Serbian contemporaries, partly because he broke using the expressionist and surrealist literary styles of that time period. His sibling was the musical composer Svetomir Nastasijevic. His poetry continues to be in comparison to that of English poet Gerard Manley Hopkins.

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Date Of Birth September 23, 1894
Died February 13, 1938, Belgrade, Serbia
Place Of Birth Gornji Milanovac, Serbia
Profession Poet
Star Sign Libra

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