PIONIRSKA TRILOGIJA (ORLOVI RANO LETE, SLAVNO VOJEVANJE, BITKA U ZLATNOJ DOLINI) [Branko Copic] on *FREE* shipping on. Pionirska Trilogija: Orlovi Rano Lete, Slavno Vojevanje, Bitka U Zlatnoj Dolini Text is in Serbo-Croatian [Branko Copic] on *FREE* shipping on. Branko Ćopić was a Yugoslav writer. He is today remembered as a favorite writer of the . Orlovi rano lete – Eagles Fly Early (),; Slavno vojevanje – Glorious Combat () and; Bitka u Zlatnoj dolini – The Battle of Golden Valley.

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Such satire we will not allow and we won’t let this go without an answer.

Bitka u zlatnoj dolini

He was featured on the 0. Bezimeni Brankov most” in Serbian.

He published zlatnooj first short stories compendium inand continued to write throughout the war. Defending himself in front of the party commission, he stated: Other short story collections include Borci i bjegunci “Fighters and runaways”; and Ljubav i smrt “Love and death”; He deserves a public response and to say, once for all, that we will not allow enemy satire that works towards breaking our unity.

Bitka u zlatnoj dolini (Pionirska trilogija, #3) by Branko Ćopić (2 star ratings)

This page was last edited on 5 Decemberat He was also writing children’s poetry and prose. Retrieved from ” https: Write in such a manner that you don’t feel ashamed in front of that unknown man from the future.


In other projects Wikimedia Commons. He was editor of the “Pioneer” magazine, from toand member of the editorial board of Savremenik “Contemporary”.

Soon, other compendiums followed, including Planinci “Mountain men”; Uses editors parameter link. His short stories were often described as the “stories of a dreamer boy”.

Regional mark of his prose can be recognized in the characters, locations, themes and language of his home region, Bosnian Krajina. From until his death he was a professional writer. He received numerous awards from his early writing days: Views Read Edit View history.

He was a detachment’s political commissar, war correspondent for the Borba and a cultural proletarian.

Branko Ćopić

Brother Rajko was killed in and sister Smiljka in CS1 Serbian-language sources sr CS1 maint: His brother and sister were both killed in World War II. He perceives the world from the off-perspective of the good “fools”, but despite the quixotic fervor and humor, the sense of sorrow, anxiety, disappointment and anti-utopian situations breaks through.

His contemporary comedy Odumiranje medveda “Bear’s Dying Out” from caused him further problems with the political establishment. Explicit use of et al. It is up to him personally to own up to his mistakes and to follow the road of our other socialist writers”. In the follow up, Dani crvenog sljeza “Days of red marshmallow”it all evolves into the collapse of the social ideals as expensively paid illusions.


NIN Award winning authors. At the end of the war he returned to Belgrade where he worked as an editor in couple of magazins untilincluding the children’s magazine Pionir “Pioneer”.

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The bridge in general gained an infamous reputation as the suicide bridge as some 40 people try to commit suicide jumping of it every year. He opposed the writing of the foreign and right-wing press, which used his criticism of the new system in “Silent gunpowder”. Ljudi intelektualne vrline — godina SANU, pages bitkz On 16 December he became an associate member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts and was zkatnoj to the full membership 7 March By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. On 26 March [6] he committed suicide, jumping off the Branko’s Bridge in central Belgrade. After only several rehearsals, it was banned from the Belgrade Drama Theatre. Ko je ko u Jugoslaviji, page [ Who’s who in Yugoslavia ]. He explained what zlatoj was writing in his defense when he was interrogated by the party apparatchiks: