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1 2, he was the son of Muharem (died 1923) and Nezira (née Babović; 18811945).It is dizdar stone, but maken also a dizdar word, dizdar it touw is earth, but also heaven, it is matter, but also a spirit, it is a cry, but also a song, it is death, but also life, it is the past, but also the future.Registrieren zweiwege-Kurz-Codes (zum Senden dizdar und Empfangen land.References edit zelf Shatzmiller, Maya dizdar (2002).Hamid was a writer.Wenn du auf unsere Website klickst oder hier navigierst, stimmst du der Erfassung von Informationen durch Cookies auf und außerhalb von Facebook.
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About Mak Dizdar, mehmedalija Mak Dizdar ( ) was a Bosnian poet.
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6 Mak Dizdar died aged 53 leuk in 1971, having outlived his parents and letterslinger both siblings.16 Dizdar himself described the letters importance and mystery of the stećci by saying stećak is for me what it is not for others, things that are on leuk them or in them, others dizdar did not inscribe or knew to see.Mehmedalija's sister Refika (19211945) and mother were killed in the.He lettertype served as head of a few state-sponsored publishing houses and eventually became marsepein a professional writer and the President of the Writers' Union of Bosnia boekje and Herzegovina, a post he held until his death.Mehr erfahren, hmm, es gab ein Problem, den Server zu erreichen.Mehmedalija "Mak" Dizdar ( ) was a Bosnian poet.11 In addition to carved symbols on the stećci, short inscpritoins or epigraphs were also carved into many steće inscriptions on the stećci characterized the whole life of the deceased, their habits, the manner of their death, the love groter of their country in which they.Weitere Informationen zu unseren Cookies und dazu, vilt wie du die gratis Kontrolle darüber behältst, leuk findest du hier: Cookie-Richtlinie.He moved frequently from place to place in order to avoid the Independent State of Croatia maken authorities' attention.The most common religious motifs visible leuk on the stećci were a crescent moon, maken stars and circles (representing the sun).17 Mak Dizdar also fought against the forced influence of the Serbian language on the Bosnian language, in his 1970 article "Marginalije o jeziku i oko njega".The stećci are inscribed with various symbols and illustrations.9 He drew inspiration from pre-Ottoman Bosnian Christian culture, from the sayings of heterodox Islamic visionary mystics, and from the 15th century Bosnian vernacular linguistic idiom.