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Written in memory to a lost homeland, this book is a powerful commentary on war itself that provides insight into the roles that history, nationalism, ethnic conflict and religious differences can play in modern conflict.
DAVORKA LJUBISIC holds a BA from the University of Ljubljana, in Slovenia and an MA from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. She was born in Zagreb, Croatia. Unable to live according to the agenda of 'new primitivism' and a politics of sorrow, in 1995 she moved to Canada.
A finely crafted historical dialectic on the former Republic of Yugoslavia. - Greg M. Nielsen, The Norms of Answerability
Essential reading for any understanding of the Balkan region. - Neil Gerlach, The Genetic Imaginary
|Date Published||21 Jun 2004|
|Publisher||Black Rose Books|