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Croatian View all editions and formats Rating: Please enter the message. Please enter your name. He saw the greatest danger for Serbian society in the attacks on its patriarchal way lazwrevic life, as manifested in “Prvi put s ocem na jutrenje” “The First Matins with My Father”.
After graduating, the post of “specialist doctor” at the General State Hospital in Belgrade awaited him.
Švabica i druge pripovetke
Advanced Search Find a Library. This organization, which spun out the Serbian romantic movement, sought to unite all Serbs, whether of the Serbian principality, the Vojvodina or the European Turkish-controlled territories, in order to raise national consciousness and culture as a means of achieving the liberation of all Serbian-speaking peoples into a greater, cosmopolitan Serbia after all Serbian territories in the hands of the Habsburg and Ottomans are redeemable to their rightful inhabitants and landowners according to law.
More directly in the main current of Serbian national literary development were the writers who undertook to apply the methods of critical realism, as these had been practiced by Russian and French masters, to the Serbian scene. This page was last edited on 21 Octoberat He was a pioneer in psychiatry and what would be called today psychosomatic medicine.
He came very slowly to his full stature as a short story writer, however through a relatively short period of preparation as though it was instinctive with him. WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. Remember me on this computer.
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The name field is required. Your rating has been recorded. Retrieved from ” https: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. He came to hold, as a major conviction of his professional life, the view that the mind plays a far greater role in health and illness than his contemporaries realized.
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He had seventy-two professional and scientific medical papers published, a great number of which referred to nervous diseases, such as paralysis agitanssclerosis of Medulla spinalisaphasia and others.