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Born November 22,in Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia now Serbia and Montenegro ; died October 9, ; married, wife’s name, Danica divorced ; children: Mrescenje sarana title means “The Spawning of Carps”; produced in Belgrade, Yugoslavia,Beogradski izdavacko-graficki zavod Belgrade, Yugoslavia Bela kafa title means “Coffee with Milk”; produced in Popovvic, Yugoslavia,Srpska knizevna zadruga Belgrade, Yugoslavia Also author of film scripts, teleplays, and television series, including Snovi, zivot, smrt Filipa Filipovica, ; Indijsko ogledalo, ; Namestena soba, ; Carapa od sto petlji, ; Svinjski otac, ; Nomestena soba, ; Na slovo, na slovo, ; Uspon i pad Zike Proje, ; and Mala Nada, Playwright Aleksandar Popovic is one of the most revered Serbian writers of his generation.
Drawing on his early years as a xleksandar in radio, Popovic reinvented the theater experience. While his unconventional style often left critics reeling, he is considered the literary voice of the Serbian experience.
Czerwinski wrote in Dictionary of Literary Biography, “Popovic’s gift lies in writing superb dialogue supported often by a mere wisp of a plot. Born in Belgrade, Serbia, Popovic went to work at age eighteen and took a series of odd jobs, none of which satisfied him.
He often doubted himself, relying on the support of his wife, Danica, and their four children. Encouraged by his wife to pursue writing in the s, he developed an obsession for it. He began by editing for local newspapers, but soon gave that up.
Inhowever, he returned to publishing with the newspaper Crveno jeste “The Red Truth”. Its content angered communist authorities, who arrested Popovic frequently over the next five years. Inweary of repeat prison terms, Popovic gave up on his newspaper career and found a job as a writer for radio.
His youth-oriented work suited him.
Popovic created characters and plots based upon the antics of his own children. Popovic’s radio background greatly influenced his playwriting in the s. Based on the chance meeting of the title characters, this play possesses no character development and little plot.
Rather, it involves two people who realize they have many common acquaintances. When they part at the end, there is no love, and their lives are rzavojni unchanged. Popovic’s unconventional style resonated with audiences.
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Popovic’s writing, however, had little appeal outside Serbia. His subject matter—Serbs living in Belgrade—was limited, and his nuanced dialogue made translation difficult. Disdaining stage-play structure and traditions, Popovic sought to entertain audiences by any means.
He “radically reexamined the basic normative presuppositions of Aristotle’s dramaturgy,” noted a reviewer on the Serbian Unity Congress Web site, and “placed the language values at the forefront, eazvojni then intrusively take control over almost all dramatic expression.
Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume Books Abroad, summer,E. Belgrade’s Poet of the Streets,” pp. Beyond the Absurd,” pp.
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