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Svoj polozaj na nebu = One's own position in the sky

by Jaksic, Miodrag

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Hardcover
ISBN 13
9789619391921
ISBN 10
9619391926
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Maribor: Drustvo MAUS, 2015 Miodrag Jaksic (1969) is the founder and editor-in-chief of ARTE Art Group, which includes more than 300 artists from all over the world. This Slovenian-Serbian-English poetry collection offers a selection of 18 songs in the Serbian original, and a Slovenian and English translation, in which the theme of love is dominant, often raised with a humorous but not distant view. Translations into Slovenian by Marjan Pungartnik; Natasa Svikart-Zumer; Robert Titan Felix, into English by Tadej Bracek. 95p. Title page seems to be missing [?]., else fine. [Worldcat lists NO copies in N America] . First Edition. Laminated Hardcover. Near Fine.
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