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Reply Andric was born in Bosnia, in the village of Dolac, near Travnik. He spent his youth in Bosnia part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire at the time and then went to study philosophy at the Universities of Zagreb, Vienna, and Cracow. His studies were cut short by the outbreak of the WWI. He was jailed for his anti-Austrian activities at the beginning. After receiving a doctorate in letters from the University of Graz in , he entered the Yugoslav diplomatic service. The last diplomatic post he held was that of Yugoslav minister in Berlin.
He is hospitalized in December in a hospital in Belgrade. Here he will slip into a coma. It is cremated and the remains are placed on the Alley of Distinguished Citizens in the new Belgrade Cemetery. About 10, people took part in the funeral.
There is a bridge on Drina Their fates were so intertwined that they could not be imagined separately and could not be told separately. The above symbiosis becomes eloquent, reflected in every story told for each generation, in every smile seen on the face of the inhabitants, as well as in every tear that these people, or others, pour into different stages of a troubled history.
It is a history that focuses, as in a micro-universe, as a kernel of the wider history of the Balkans. The history begins with a long line of Serbian children taken into captivity by the Turks to be forcefully made Allah's janissaries and faithful. D Ciprian Iulian Toroczkai way to Istanbul by troubled mothers, as on their last journey.
Insensitive to the threats of the Ottoman guards, they inevitably ended their journey at the Drina River. At that time there was no bridge, and the passage remained exclusively in the hands of the boatman But it is from the very bosom of such a convoy, of children carried in panniers, that the one who will build the bridge will appear.
Originally from Sokolovici, he kept in memory the passing of Drina as an existential rupture, as a crucial moment in his life His thought was that he might be able to cure this torment "if he could do away with that ferry on the distant Drina, around which so much misery and inconvenience gathered and increased incessantly, and bridge the steep banks and the evil water between them, join the two ends of the road which was broken by the Drina and thus link safely and forever Bosnia and the East, the place of his origin and the places of his life.
Thus it was he who first, in a single moment behind closed eyelids, saw the firm graceful silhouette of the great stone bridge which was to be built there. In a chilled and reddened hand he held a small curved knife with which he absent-mindedly whittled at the edges of his pannier, but at the same time looked about him. See Ibidem, p. The way in which the bridge will rise, as well as its original meanings, will be the theme of the next chapter of our study.
In any case, after its completion, the bridge became a silent witness of the history of a tormented land, a witness unchanged and unchangeable It is then that the stories of individual or collective destinies ending in tragedy — most of the time — or sometimes having a happy end less rarely are to be told.
Concise and selective we still remember some of these stories. The force of the elements and the weight of common misfortune brought all these men together and bridged, at least for this one evening, the gulf that divided one faith from the other 14 This is an idea excessively used by the writer. To see as an example: Ibidem, p. Ibidem, p. The many and important changes which had taken place in the spirits and habits of the citizens and in the outward appearance of the town seemed although they had passed by the bridge without affecting it.
They are more important than houses, more sacred than temples, for they are of everyone, equal to everyone, they are useful, because they are constructively built in the places where the greatest number of human need crossing.
Details at Alberto Giorgio Cassani, "Il ponte e il suo angelo. Rivista di storia contemporana, 25 , no. D Ciprian Iulian Toroczkai and, especially, the rayah from the Turks. The disastrous effects seem to be passed through an imposed indifference, an acceptance of the fate from the Almighty - whether it is Yahweh, Allah or God - and by stories.
The last ones, therefore, pass a narrative role, acquiring a soteriological one Thus, we find the story of the prayers spoken by the representatives of each religion, in which, despite the hardships, there does not lack irony as a weapon in the face of the fate of the destiny.
Both of them die in a hug, as if they were in a circle of love of faith. The story of the diseases, like plague and cholera, which made the rulers close the bridge in the hope that the plague would not spread in the city The unfortunate story of Avd-aga's daughter, Fatima, who, promised to be the wife of Nail-bei of Nezuke, the only son of Mustai-bei, chose on the wedding day, proudly, to throw herself off the bridge in Drina The story of other Serb uprisings, such as that of Karageorge, or the one from the second half of the 19th century, when the elder Turks have already begun to 16 Ibidem, p.
Father Jovan had gone out to the banks, collected the people, and began to read a prayer that the rain should cease and the waters recede. Read the summer one, the one for ram; that will help the waters dry up! See the fierce discussion between Ali- hogea and Osman-efendi on kapia The story of the transition under the Austro-Hungarian power, through which the law begins to implacably govern on the ancestral customs.
The promotion of the letter, of the discipline, is mentioned by the poster attached to the kapia, just under the Turkish inscription dug in stone26, but especially by the meeting of the three representatives of the religious confessions summoned by the Colonel- Commander: Mula Husein, Husein-aga, Rabbi David Levi.
In total contradiction with their expectations, the meeting is very short, and the spokesperson of the authority sounds like an implacable verdict: each to do the right thing! The schism between "outer" and "inner" is now evident, though later they reach a common denominator, influencing each other The story of Milan Glasincianin, who played on the bridge, with a mysterious stranger the devil himself?
Then the story of the Jew Bukus Goan and of the gold ducat found on the bridge and taken by him on a Sabbath day, which brought him and his family only bad luck There are also added the stories of Jakov Cekarlia, the outlaw and of his wise paramour32, of the worthy commemoration innkeeper Lotika33, of the semi-crazy Chioru, who was in love with Pasha34 but who had to marry a rich Turk, of hagi Omer, of the Italian Pietro Sola35, of the fierce Ali-hogea, who unraveled the significance of the historical events, but also the importance of the bridge36, of the high school students who came back from various university centers Sarajevo, 25 Ibidem, pp.
We stop here with the evocations, recalling only the last scene of the novel, rendered by the author through the eyes of Ali-hogea. He, while witnessing the dynamiting of the bridge, remains optimistic and confesses his belief, even before he gives his soul: "So be it, thought the hodja. If they destroy here, then somewhere else someone else is building. The construction of the bridge lasted five years.
A hard time for all the inhabitants of the neighborhood, regardless of their ethnicity or confession, through sacrifices of all sorts of things that it assumed The leadership of the construction was given to Abid-aga, whose right hand was Tosun-efendi, the great master.
Underneath their organization, the work set in motion, which involved craftsmen in wood, stone, daily workers and so on. Every passing day, a sense of recklessness grew among the workers.
The moral diminished, and optimism left little by little even among Abid-aga's men, and sometimes even himself. Now there are rumors about a curse that accompanies the construction, such as that about the crazy Ilinka, whose children were built in the walls of the ascending bridge. Soon, what was being built was found down the next morning, which fueled even more stories about an evil work of a supernatural character a fairy of the waters. After three nights of fierce surveillance, the captain of the guards took one of the guilties: it was Radislav of Uniate.
After an interrogation in which both his deeds and those of the Turks are attributed to Seitan, the devil40, came the condemnation and the pronouncement of the sentence: death by thrust. At the express order of Abid-aga, the execution was very slow, so that the torture of the condemned to be as severe as possible, and the psychological effect 37 Ibidem, pp.
Here are some examples in this respect ,,Between two each blows he would stop for a moment…The body of the peasant, spread eagled, writhed convulsively; at each blow of the mallet…Those nearest could hear how the man beat with his forehead against the planks and, even more, another and unusual sound, that was neither a scream, nor a wail, nor a groan, nor anything human; that stretched and twisted body emitted a sort of creaking and cracking like a fence that is breaking down or a tree that is being felled… The man was impaled on the stake as a lamb42 on the spit, only that the tip did not come through the mouth but in the back and had not seriously damaged the intestines, the heart or the lungs.
The curse of the culprit mingles with the turmoil of the Turks which refers to the scene of the overthrow of the Savior Jesus Christ and the mockery received from some of His watchmen : "Sing, vila! Dance, vila! When, finally, Radislav died, feelings changed definitely. Religious sentiment has appeared among men, and defeat has become a victory.
Up there, so high, he no longer seemed terrible or pitiful to them. On the other hand, it was now clear to all of them how he was exalted and set apart. He no longer stood on the earth, his hands held to nothing, he did not swim, did not fly: he no longer had any weight.
Naked to the waist, with arms and legs bound, his head thrown back against the stake, that figure no longer seemed to bear any likeness to a human body which grows and then rots away, but seemed to be raised on high, hard and imperishable, a statue which would remain there forever.
The language used by the author resembles, perhaps not accidentally, to that of the 41 Ibidem, pp. Quickly, in all the houses, ikon-lamps hidden away in the corners of the rooms began to glow.
O Lord, and protect us! In the very act of this Martyria, the first early Christian writer sees not only the culmination of his faith in Christ but also the communion of Jesus in the Eucharist.
Here again, not only in the Eucharist, but also in the baptismal waters, finds itself here: "There is no more fire in me that loves matter, but living water that speaks in me, and tells me within myself: Come to the Father!
Ignatius longs for his torture because he sees in this the fulfillment of his Christian vocation, and this vocation in turn is nothing but to become a temple, an epiphany The fact that this man's desire was not a pathological aberration, but it was rooted in the consciousness of the early Church, it is obvious if we take into account the liturgical dimension of martyrdom.
Ignatius was convinced that it was only at the time of his sacrifice that he began to be a disciple of Christ. For him, both Martyria and the Eucharist are the "cure of immortality and the medicine against death" St.
Ignatius Theophorus, Epistle to Ephesians XX, 2 , to live forever in Christ, for both mystical experiences are related to participation in Christ's Resurrection — the premise of our resurrection.
The martyr has the consciousness of his presence in Christ and the presence of Christ in him, in his experience.
The martyr lives both by the passion of Christ and by the Holy Eucharist. Christ was sacrificed "as a sheep for slaughter, and as a lamb 45 Ibidem, p. Mitropoliei Olteniei, Craiova, , pp. Like Christ, in his martyrdom, as in a liturgy of his being, the martyr of Christ constantly whispers the words of the robber on the cross: "Remember me, Lord, when thou comest into thy kingdom" Lk Sometimes, the martyr repeats during his passion what his Lord has cried out on the Cross: "Lord in your hands I entrust my spirit" Lk Just as it sometimes happened in the early age, the executioner Merdgean is bribed for the body of the slain to be taken and to be honored in a Christian manner.
People negotiate with him and establish exactly the amount that was collected voluntary, for this act: seven grosh. To the "kidnapping" of the corpse, an adventure in itself due to the vigilance of the Turks, also contributes the surrounding nature: ,,That night there fell a dense soft rain without wind, and in the morning that dawned the whole river valley was filled with milky mist and a heavy moisture.
In a sort of white resplendence which now rose and now fell, the sun could be seen somewhere struggling with the mists which it was unable to pierce. There followed a great feast, given by the successor of Aga who was exiled and paid, like his servant Plevliak, the price of Radislav's killing , Arif-bei. The participants were both, young and old, women and men, Christians, Muslims, or Jews The children rushed across while their elders walked slowly, deep in conversation or watching from every point the new views open to them from the bridge.
The helpless, the lame and the sick were brought on litters, for no one wanted to be left out or renounce their share in this wonder. Even the least of the townsmen felt as if his powers were suddenly multiplied, as if some wonderful, superhuman exploit was brought within the measure of his powers and within the limits of everyday life, as if besides the well-known elements of earth, water and sky, one more were open to him, as if by some beneficent effort each one of them could suddenly realize one of his dearest desires, that ancient dream of man — to go over the water and to be master of space.
His predecessors had not been able to put up anything pray that by the Mercy of Allah this bridge will be firm And that its existence will be passed in happiness And that it will never know ' sorrow For in his lifetime he poured out gold and silver for his bequest And no man can say that fortune has been wasted Which has been spent to such an end.
Badi, who has seen this, when the bridge was completed gave this thank. The joy of the vizer for lifting the bridge was not too long: he was killed by a crazy dervish, who in turn was killed by the servants of the great Turkish dignitary.
But the foundation of the visionary vizer, the bridge over Drina, has remained. Expressing solidarity between people, its significance goes beyond the ephemerality of any human existence.
Eliade , mitization is almost obligatory to bear the reality, both of the past and of the present. In our opinion, such an opinion is wrong. He was transferred to the consulate in Trieste , where he arrived on 9 December. A law had been passed stipulating that all civil servants had to have a doctoral degree. This gave him the opportunity to complete his Ph. D to be confirmed. He passed both his exams, and on 13 July, received his Ph. In September, the Foreign Ministry granted his request.
In October , he was assigned to the consulate in Marseille and again appointed vice-consul. His uncle had died in , his mother the following year, and upon arriving in France, he was informed that his aunt had died as well. And we do not know for whose glory he is born, nor for whose amusement he is destroyed.
He was succeeded by his ten-year-old son Peter , and a regency council led by Peter's uncle Paul was established to rule in his place until he turned Paul's government established closer economic and political ties with Germany. Ten days later, a group of pro-Western Royal Yugoslav Air Force officers overthrew the regency and proclaimed Peter of age.
This led to a breakdown in relations with Germany and prompted Adolf Hitler to order Yugoslavia's invasion. He declined on the basis that his staff would not be allowed to go with him.
The country capitulated on 17 April and was subsequently partitioned between the Axis powers. As he joined a column of refugees, he became ashamed that he was fleeing by himself, in contrast to the masses of people accompanied by their children, spouses and infirm parents. The same month, he was named president of the Yugoslav Writers' Union.
He was decorated by the Presidium of the National Assembly for his services to the Yugoslav people in According to Hawkesworth, it is unlikely he joined the party out of ideological conviction, but rather to "serve his country as fully as possible". He simply did not dare enter that area of life. The following March, he fell ill while on a trip to Cairo and had to return to Belgrade for an operation. He was obliged to cancel all promotional events in Europe and North America, but his works continued to be reprinted and translated into numerous languages.
His health deteriorated steadily and he travelled little in his final years. He continued to write until , when his health took another turn for the worse. In December , he was admitted to a Belgrade hospital.
His remains were cremated, and on 24 April, the urn containing his ashes was buried at the Alley of Distinguished Citizens in Belgrade's New Cemetery.