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The Prince of Fire: An Anthology of…

The Prince of Fire: An Anthology of Contemporary Serbian Short Stories

by Radmila Gorup

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0822956616, Paperback)

Winner of the 1998 Misha Djordjevic Award for the best book on Serbian culture in English.

Editors Gorup and Obradovic have collected stories from thirty-five outstanding writers in this first English anthology of Serbian fiction in thirty years. The anthology, representing a great variety of literary styles and themes, includes works by established writers with international reputations, as well as promising new writers spanning the generation born between 1930 and 1960.  These stories may lead to a greater understanding of the current events in the former Yugoslavia.

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An anthology of contemporary Serbian fiction. In Filip David's title story a man advises his son to listen to his heart, rather than his brain, while Mladen Markov's The Banat Train is on ethnic conflict.

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