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    Henrik Birnbaum
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UCLA Slavic Studies no. 1. The papers appearing in this volume were originally presented at an international conference . The contributors include scholars from the United States, Canada, Western and Eastern Europe. The papers appearing in this volume were originally presented at an international conference, held at UCLA in the spring of 1978. Covering a wide range of countries, authors, and topics, they focus on the postwar literary evolution of prose and drama in Eastern and Southeastern Europe.

UCLA Slavic Studies, vol. Columbus: Slavica, 1980. UCLA Slavic Studies, vol. cle{D, title {Fiction and Drama in Eastern and Southeastern Europe: Evolution and Experiment in the Postwar Period.

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Fiction and Drama in Eastern and Southeastern Europe, Evolution and Experiment in the Postwar Period: Proceedings of the 1978 UCLA . Introduction to Yugoslav Literature: an Anthology of Fiction and Poetry

Fiction and Drama in Eastern and Southeastern Europe, Evolution and Experiment in the Postwar Period: Proceedings of the 1978 UCLA Conference. Columbus, OH: Slavica Pu. 1980. Introduction to Yugoslav Literature: an Anthology of Fiction and Poetry. New York, Twayne Publishers. Miletich, John S. "Toward a Stylistic Description of Expressionist Lyric: The German Phenomenon and Its Croatian Analogs. Internatinal Journal of Slavic Linguistics and Poetics 1982, v25-26 p281-289. Milojkovic-Djuric, Jelena.

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UCLA Slavic Studies no. 1The papers appearing in this volume were originally presented at an international conference, held at UCLA in the spring of 1978. Covering a wide range of countries, authors, and topics, they focus on the postwar literary evolution of prose and drama in Eastern and Southeastern Europe. In particular, some of the contributors analyze the continuation and variation of established genres, while others comment on novel elements introduced into modern prose. The contributors include scholars from the United States, Canada, Western and Eastern Europe.