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The Great War in the Book Ithaca and Comments by Miloš Crnjanski

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Crnjanski’s Ithaca and Comment, published forty years after the collection of poems about World War One entitled Lyrics of Ithaca are considered as a fragmented autobiographical novel about the poet's participation in the Great War.Although he found himself at the front, Crnjanski rarely describes battles, even less cruelties of war. He is the narrator of the war's echo. Both the poetic and prosaic story is linked by an idea about the meaninglessness of war. Crnjanski's anti-war stance in Ithaca is also present in the novel Diary About Čarnojević - Crnjanski's ‘war novel’. Ithaca and Comments is the first Serbian postmodern book which banishes borders between genres.


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