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Title: Ivo Andrić a Cracovia
Authors: Ajres, Alessandro
???metadata.dc.contributor.illustrator???: Jensen, Lars K.
Issue Date: 31-Oct-2011
Abstract: The work concerns the (short) period lived by Ivo Andrić in Krakow in 1914, after his stay in Wien and before coming back to Sarajevo. During a few months in Krakow, Andrić writes three interesting essays about Krakow, its art and its artists. Andrić faces art from the past (Wawel, the Royal Castle) and contemporary art (works by the youngest Polish artists). His judgments are always accurate, in particular about contemporary Polish art, even considering the judgments by the latest art historians. Andrić will always consider his interlude in Krakow as a fairy tale. For people involved in his works, on the other hand it represents the foundation of his growing-up intellectual think.
Publisher: Asociación Cultural Impossibilia
Description: Fotografía: "Sign in Krakow Cracow", Lars K. Jensen
Keywords: Andrić, Ivo
Nobel prize
Jagiellonian University
Young Poland
Wyspiański, Stanisław
Czyżewski, Tytus
Malczewski, Jacek
Tiješić, Petar
1st of May
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/27862
ISSN: 2174-2464
Rights : Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License
Citation: Ajres, A. Ivo Andrić a Cracovia. Impossibilia, 2: 177-191 (2011). [http://hdl.handle.net/10481/27862]
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