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Aleksandar Ti ma ro en 16 januara 1924 u Horgo u, preminuo 16 februara 2003 u Novom Sadu je bio jugoslovenski i srpski pesnik i pisac U njegovim delima najvi e su zastupljene lirske pesme, zatim romani i novele.Bio je urednik Letopisa Matice srpske u periodu od 1969 do 1973.Osnovnu kolu i gimnaziju poha ao je u Novom Sadu Maturirao je 1942 godine U Budimpe ti je studirao od 1942 do 1

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  1. says:

    An incredibly bleak book about suffering so who wants to read that Do we even need to read something like that I m guessing pretty much everyone is already clued in that life is tough and people are the worst spoiler, Aleksandar Tisma agrees so why would anyone want to read this book and voluntarily live through other people s suffering imaginary but, still, if the author s doing their job, it s real enough, right when we re all dealing with our own OK, so how about an incredibly thought provoking bleak book about suffering that might make you examine and understand your own suffering and the suffering around you in a slightly different way I guess that s a little enticing still, a lot of suffering.Though I went back and worth wildly on The Use of Man, there was never an issue with the writing it s great, remarkably evocative conjuring and if I m not always buying the characters, I m buying the place and the situations, and then I m buying the characters and that s what saves it from becoming a J.T LeRoi cartoonish catalogue of suffering There are moments of stunning power like the point mid way through the novel when Tisma describes the ultimate fate of all the major characters That s always a bold moment in a novel the author is basically saying I know I invited you here for a story, but now that I ve got you here there s actually something else I ve been meaning to tell you about ...

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    Na alost, po drugi put moram da odlo im itanje ove knjige Ne mogu zbog obaveza i jo nagomilanih knjiga da joj se posvetim u potpunostia ne elim da se ovoj knjizi posvetim bez pune koncentracije.

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    Ombre e voci, e null altro Ma c su questa terra qualcosa di stabile, qualcosa che resti immutabile e a cui si possa pensare senza dover concludere anche questo passato No, le sembra, non c niente di simile I desideri, le in...

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    What a terrible thing war is Nobody gets it, it really makes no sense at all And yet, we live constantly at war Maybe its just human nature, we don t really get peace This book is beautiful, and terribly terribly sad, like all books on war, because there is really no way out of the trauma, the...

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    Novi Sad in Serbia, where Central Europe ends, where Serbs, Croats, Germans, Jews, Hungarians coexist peacefully and intermarry, where Ti ma himself, born to a Serbian father and a Hungarian Jewish mother was raised.When WW2 breaks out, this city of melting pot is the site of horrific slaughters and deportations which the novel recounts in gruesome details through the interwoven destinies of three young people from different social and ethnical backgrounds.The construction of the novel, without being overly experimental, is intriguing enough, breaking the linearity of the plot, multiplying the points of view, providing chapters which are catalogues of habitations or physical characteristics Those may seem like moments of suspension but they also tamper with the question of the use of man and might be a way to give weight with words to human existence At least, this is the intuition Vera gets after finding the diary of the German teacher she shared with the two other protagonists before the war The teacher di...

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    Treba li spomenuti da sam jednostavno o arana knjigom Odu evljena sam na inon tj jednostavno u pisanja, jednostavnim stilom kojim je opisao strahote rata Dodu e, uspio je na jednostavan na in da poka e psihi ko stradanje ovjeka u specifi nim okolnostima Ne zazire od te kih tema, od najsramotnijih i najbolnijih ljudskih osje anja Predivna knjiga Iskreno, smatram da je gre ka to se ovaj roman ne radi kao redovna lektira u srednjim kolama Odli an pi...

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    Novi Sad jvid k was home to four main ethnic communities in 1940, to two in 1945 The casualties were high among all four communities, but the Jews were all but eliminated, and those Germans not killed at the end of the war disappeared at great speed That left the Serbs and the Hungarians Many of the cit...

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    Ti mini likovi su prepu teni klanici istorije ak i oni koji imaju za sre u da ostanu po te eni te klanice, bivaju ni ta manje tragi ni od postradalih Njima ostaje zaostav tina vlastite tragi ne istorije, koje su mrtvi po te eni Oni su do kraja pomireni sa vlastitim udesom sve je to isto i ako je ovek pomiren, ako svaka patnja dobija lik kona nosti U Upotrebi oveka nema nade u boljitak bilo koje vrste, bilo kolektivni, bilo li ni ak i kad se pojave slike o ekivanja, vedrine, one imaju ulogu samo jo ja eg isticanja mraka koji e neminovno uslediti Milinkova vera u Znanje Micikina vizija vedre budu ...

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    Novi sad is a town in Serbian Yugoslavia and in this book we see the effects of the second world war and the subsequent communist partisans takeover post war from the view of three young individuals.The opening is an unusual introduction to the story as pre war a woman who is the trio s German tutor buys a notebook, she then dies and begs Vera ,her pupil, on her deathbed to hide and destroy the book The story then follows Vera, Milinko, and Sredoje, pre war during the war and post war as we learn of their fates.I found parts of the story incredibly effective, there is one chapter about Vera s experience in the concentration camp which is as hard a read as any I ve found about the horror but that is made distressing by how life treats her after the war.The destruction of individuals and family is well told as the two men move in different directions, Milinko the hard working intelligent son of a brutal father ,full of hope goes to war but his ultimate fate is hard to learn, and Sredoje the son of a nationalist manages to weave I his way through the hostilities Vera is the fascinating history with an intellectual Jewish father who married the former gentile maid which again gives a picture of how diversity once a norm becomes a danger and splits family.Whilst in parts this book is disjointed in form and requi...

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    Not as soul crushing as Grossman s Life and Fate or Shalamov s Kolyma Tales as Tisma writes about individual motivations instead of nationalistic machinations He writes less about intrapersonal emotions than Grossman for example but shows a deft and deep sapience You know war is hell without reading this but Tisma s focus is on laying bare the potential for violence and lust that potentially exists in everyone I didn t find this as excruciating as Kolyma Tales, not much is, and it doesn t have Ledig s machine gun fire staccato but it will leave even the most phlegmatic human moved Even if you think you ve read everything that needs to read about WWII I think the writing and exploration of some of the often overlooked populations that suffered in the not so distant past...

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