Gospodica. / Gospođica. [The woman of Sarajevo.]. Ivo Andric, Ivo Andrić.
Gospodica. / Gospođica. [The woman of Sarajevo.]
An Association Copy, Inscribed by Andrić to His Hungarian Translator

Gospodica. / Gospođica. [The woman of Sarajevo.]

Sarajevo: Svjetlost, 1945. First edition. Association copy, inscribed by Andrić to Zoltán Csuka. In publisher’s printed wrappers. 180 p. Wrappers slightly chipped. Otherwise in fine condition.

Association copy of Andric's 1945 novel “The woman of Sarajevo”, inscribed to his Hungarian translator, Zoltán Csuka.

Ivo Andric (1892–1975) was a Yugoslavian writer who won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1961. Inscribed to the Hungarian poet, writer and translator Zoltán Csuka (1901–1984) who translated several of Andric's books into Hungarian.

Gospodica tells the story of Raika Radakovich, a stingy woman of Sarajevo, during the first three decades of the 20th century, and through her life, the history of the declining Austro-Hungarian Empire and the emergence of the new Yugoslav state.

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Price: €4,000.00

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