Antonije Isaković

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Antonije Isaković (6 November 1923 — 13 January 2002) was a Serbian writer and member of Serbian Academy of Science and Arts. He won NIN Prize in 1982 for his novel Tren 2.[1] He was one of authors of Memorandum of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. Isaković was one of the 50 members of the Serbian Academy of Science and Arts who signed the petition against Slobodan Milošević in October 1999.[2]

Bibliography[edit]

Antonije Isaković wrote numerous novels and stories and some of his selected works are:[3]

  • Velika deca, 1953.
  • Paprat i vatra, 1962.
  • Pripovetke, 1964.
  • Prazni bregovi, 1969.
  • Compilation of works in five volumes, 1976.
  • Tren 1, roman, 1976.
  • Tren 2, roman, 1982.
  • Berlin kaputt, 1982.
  • Obraz, 1988.
  • Govori i razgovori, 1990.
  • U znaku aprila: i druge priče, 1991.
  • Miran zločin, 1992
  • Drugi deo mog veka: da se ne zaboravi, 1993.
  • Gospodar i sluge, 1995.
  • Riba, 1998.
  • Nestajanje, 2000.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dobitnik NINove nagrade". Naslovi. Retrieved 30 May 2011. 
  2. ^ Ast, Slobodanka (9 October 1999). "Akademici protiv režima" [Members of Academy against regime]. Vreme (in Serbian). Retrieved 20 May 2011. 
  3. ^ "List of works of Antonije Isaković on Worldcat". Worldcat. Retrieved 30 May 2011.