Thus either party seizes upon the stranger and tries to prevent his views being " prejudiced." He seldom has need to complain that he has heard one side only ; but there is a Catholic side, an Orthodox side, a Mohammedan side, there are German, Slav,... Through the Lands of the Serb - Page 1by Mary Edith Durham - 1904 - 345 pagesFull view
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Vesna Goldsworthy - Literary Criticism - 1998 - 254 pages
...(Kotor) for the first time, Durham listened to Austrian complaints about the Montenegrins, and commented: Thus either party seizes upon the stranger and tries...forming an opinion on the Eastern Question than he did before.21 Edith Durham's notions of the purpose of her writing about the Balkans were, as I mentioned,...