Andrej Nikolaidis was born in in Sarajevo, to a mixed Montenegrin-Greek family. Until the age of six, he lived in the city of Ulcinj, where he returned in . Andrej Nikolaidis. + Add or change photo on IMDbPro». Contribute to IMDb. Add a bio, trivia, and more. Update information for Andrej Nikolaidis». Andrej Nikolaidis. Born to a mixed Montenegrin-Greek family and raised in Sarajevo, Bosnia/Herzegovina. In , following the breakout of ethnic strife in.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Diane’s World Travels nikollaidis Book. An ardent supporter of Montenegrin independence, anti-war activist and promoter of human rights, especially minority rights, Nikolaidis initially became known for his political views and public feuds, appearing on local television and in newspapers with his razor-sharp political commentaries.
Innilolaidis the breakout of ethnic strife in Bosnia that soon erupted into an all-out war, Nikolaidis’ family moved to Ulcinj, Montenegro.
Buy an eBook version. Andrej Nikolaidis Average rating: If there is justice in the world, Nikolaidis’ novel should become a bestseller bigger than the novels of James Patterson or John Grisham. All of a sudden, he knows by heart every single human rights convention he broke so many times before. Montenegro 9 Jun 27, In a small town on the Adriatic coast, a local detective is content to sacrifice truth for the sake of telling his clients the stories they want to hear.
He now resides in UlcinjMontenegro. Catching up on Cl In a January 11, article at the Analitika website portalanalitika.
Views Read Edit View history. Infollowing the breakout of ethnic strife in Bosnia that soon evolved into all-out war, Nikolaidis’s family moved to the Montenegrin town of Ulcinjhis father’s hometown, where he owns a summer house. Balkanska Rapsodija really liked it 4. Quotes by Andrej Nikolaidis. As well as a rising star of central European fiction, Andrej Nikolaidis is seen as a figure who is unafraid of controversy, frequently speaking his mind on deep-rooted issues that can inflame strong sentiment in the Balkan region.
In late November the primary court Osnovni sud confirmed the previous verdict following a re-trial. The son is a devastating short novel, full of melancholy and despair, written by the author from Sarajevo who already surprised us with The Coming Want to hear more? Libri ambientati nella ex Jugoslavia.
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Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Infollowing the breakout of ethnic strife in the country that soon zndrej into an all-out war, Nikolaidis’ family moved to Ulcinj, his father’s hometown in Montenegro, where still lives.
Want to Read saving… Error rating book. Nikolaidis has published four novels in Montenegro and Croatia: The unsolved mysteries of both past and present, as well as environmental anomalies, serve to create the sense of an impending apocalypse, giving way in the final chapter to a post-apocalyptic reality.
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Mala andrdj ludila it was amazing 5. The Poetic of Apocalypse cultural theory. Refresh and try again. He takes the reader on excursions into history and recounts the life of Fra Dolcino, a medieval heretic who announced the return of the Messiah and also illuminates the life and work of Sabbatai Zevi, a Renaissance cabalist, who maintained that he himself was the Messiah.
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