Art And Culture

Yugoslav Short Stories Translated

Yugoslav Short Stories Translated  Yugoslav Short Stories Translated

The short story book “Ex-Yu: Stories” written by Croatian-Canadian author Josip Novakovich is available in Persian.
Novakovich’s first collection of short fiction has been translated by Elaheh Shamsnejad and published by Morvarid Publication, Mehr News Agency reported on its Persian web site.
The book’s title is a reminder of the former Republic of Yugoslavia in southeast Europe. After the fall of the Iron Curtain in 1989, Yugoslavia, like all other pro-Soviet communist states in Europe, was consigned to history from the ashes of which emerged six small republics, namely Slovenia, Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 


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