The Prose Fiction of Danilo Kiš, Serbian Jewish Writer: Childhood and the Holocaust

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Edwin Mellen Press, 2003 - Literary Criticism - 201 pages
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This study examines the prose of Danilo Kis, one of the best-known fiction writers of central and southeastern Europe, as a textual exploration of different modes of self-constitution, executed in order to construct a personal history and a self-portrait.

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Contents

A Conception of the Novel
1
The Question of Genre
31
Narrative Voices
57
Copyright

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Ivana Vuletic earned her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Comparative Literature at Belgrade University (Serbia), and her doctoral degree in Slavic Literatures at the University of Pennsylvania. She is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she teaches the Serbo-Croatian Language, Croatian, Russian and East European literatures and literary criticism. Dr. Vuletic's research encompasses topics in Serbian and Russian literature

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