Dragoslav Mihailovic

Goli Otok

NIP Politika

Belgrade, 1990
bibliothèque insulaire

      

île-prison
Méditerranée
Goli Otok / Dragoslav Mihailovic. - Beograd : NIP Politika, 1990. - XLVII-682 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
ISBN 86-7607-009-1

VASA D. MIHAILOVICH : Dragoslav Mihailovic (b. 1930) is best known for his novels and short stories. […] His latest book, Goli Otok (Bare Island), signals a departure from his previous works. It is more a documentary than a novel, consisting of three long interviews and several shorter ones with former inmates of a notorious concentration camp in the fifties and early sixties to which the Yugoslav government sent all those who disagreed with its policy toward the Soviet Union after World War II. Many of the approximately fifty thousand men and women who passed through these camps died there or perished soon after their release ; all the survivors carried lifelong scars from their traumatic experience there. Goli Otok was but one of these camps, but its name has come to stand for the entire episode.

World Literature Today, Spring 1991

COMPLÉMENT BIBLIOGRAPHIQUE
  • « Goli Otok », Beograd : Sluzbeni glasnik, 2012
  • Venko Markovski, « Goli Otok, island of death », Boulder (Colorado) : Social science monographs, 1984
  • Branko Hofman, « La nuit jusqu'au matin », Paris : Phébus, 1998
  • Ligio Zanini, « Martin Muma », Rijeka : Edit, 1999

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