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Serbo-Croatian (Mixed media product book, 2016). LADY GAGA: U POTRAZI ZA SLAVOM (2010) autor PAUL LESTER - CROATIAN BOOK.
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Serbo-Croatian Folk Songs. Texts and Transcriptions of Seventy-Five Folk Songs from the Milman Parry Collection and a Morphology of Serbo-Croatian Folk Melodies by Béla Bartók and Albert B. Lord, with a Foreword by George Herzog. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat.
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He was also a distinguished critic and translator, especially of English poetry. He lived in both Zagreb and Belgrade, and spent the summers with his family in the Istrian town of Rovinj. He was survived by his Croatian wife, Branka, and his younger son. Poetry. Lalić was awarded with the most prestigious literary prizes in Yugoslavia.
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Too Loud a Solitude (Czech: Příliš hlučná samota) is a short novel by Czech writer Bohumil Hrabal. Self-published in 1976 and officially in 1989 due to political censorship. It tells the story of an old man who works as a paper crusher in Prague, using his job to save and amass astounding numbers of rare and banned books; he is an obsessive collector of knowledge. The book was translated into English by Michael Henry Heim.