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Vitomir Lukić

Vitomir Lukić

Vitomir Lukić (Zelenika, September 24, 1929 - Sarajevo, May 30, 1991), was a Bosnian Croat prose writer and pedagogue, considered to be one of the greatest writers to emerge from Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 20th century.

Works

  • "Soba za prolaznike" (Short stories, 1965, second edition 1997)
  • "Album" (Novel, 1968)
  • "Praznik stvari" (Poems, 1969)
  • "Zaustavljeni kalendar" (Short stories and other prose works, 1970)
  • "Životinje, ljudi" (Short stories and other prose works, 1973),
  • "Sanovnik nasmijane duše" (Prose work, 1976, second edition 1997)
  • "Seansa" (Short stories, 1981)
  • "Noćni ekspres" (Selected works, 1984/85)
  • "Hodnici svijetlog praha" (Novel, 1989)
  • "Odlazak starog rezbara" (Short stories and other prose works, 2005)

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