Then he started attending the Export academy in Rijeka in , and in the autumn of the following year he started studying in Vienna.
At the beginning of World War I, Crnjanski was persecuted as part of the general anti-Serbian retribution of Austria to Princip's assassination in Sarajevo. Instead of being sent to jail, he was drafted to the Austro-Hungarian Army and sent to Galician front to fight against the Russians — where he was wounded in After the war, and graduated in literary studies from the University of Belgrade.
After graduating from the Faculty of Philosophy in , he taught at the Fourth Belgrade Grammar School and espoused "radical modernism" in articles for periodicals including Ideje, Politika and Vreme — sparking "fierce literary and political debates". He took odd-jobs and eventually became the London correspondent of the Argentinian periodical El economist.
Crnjanski, aged 84, died in Belgrade on 30 November Crnjanski first books portrayed the futility of war. Those are the dead reaching out!
They should be avenged.
Милош Црњански - ЛИРИКА ИТАКЕ
Some of the works were destroyed by the author himself, while other manuscript of the novel Son of Don Kihot was lost on the way to the print house. Some of his works are said to have been stolen in London. He also wrote many essays, articles and other texts.
Crnjanski wrote about forty texts about theater. He also published two books of eastern nations poetry anthology. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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