Ivo Andrić (Serbian Cyrillic: Иво Андрић, pronounced [ǐːʋɔ ǎːndritɕ]; born Ivan Andrić; 9 October 1892 – 13 March 1975) was a Yugoslav novelist, poet and short story writer who won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1961. His writings dealt mainly with life in his native Bosnia under Ottoman rule.

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  • Ivo Andrić (Serbian Cyrillic: Иво Андрић, pronounced [ǐːʋɔ ǎːndritɕ]; born Ivan Andrić; 9 October 1892 – 13 March 1975) was a Yugoslav novelist, poet and short story writer who won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1961. His writings dealt mainly with life in his native Bosnia under Ottoman rule. Born in Travnik in Austrian-occupied Bosnia, Andrić attended high school in Sarajevo, where he became an active member of several South Slav national youth organizations. Following the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in June 1914, Andrić was arrested and imprisoned by the Austro-Hungarian police, who suspected his involvement in the plot. As the authorities were unable to build a strong case against him, he spent much of the war under house arrest, only being released following a general amnesty for such cases in July 1917. After the war, he studied South Slavic history and literature at universities in Zagreb and Graz, eventually attaining his Ph.D in Graz in 1924. He worked in the diplomatic service of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia from 1920–23 and again from 1924–41. In 1939, he became Yugoslavia's ambassador to Germany, but his tenure ended in April 1941 with the German-led invasion of his country. Shortly after the invasion, Andrić returned to German-occupied Belgrade. He lived quietly in a friend's apartment for the duration of World War II, in conditions that some biographers liken to house arrest, and wrote some of his most important works, including Na Drini ćuprija (The Bridge on the Drina). Following the war, Andrić was named to a number of ceremonial posts in Yugoslavia, which had come under communist rule at the war's end. In 1961, the Nobel Committee awarded him the Nobel Prize in Literature, selecting him over writers such as J.R.R. Tolkien, Robert Frost, John Steinbeck and E.M. Forster. The Committee cited "the epic force with which he ... traced themes and depicted human destinies drawn from his country's history". Afterwards, Andrić's works found an international audience and were translated into a number of languages. In subsequent years, he received a number of awards in his native country. Andrić's health declined substantially in late 1974, and he died in Belgrade the following March. In the years following Andrić's death, the Belgrade apartment where he spent much of World War II was converted into a museum and a nearby street corner was named in his honour. A number of other cities in the former Yugoslavia also have streets bearing his name. In 2012, filmmaker Emir Kusturica began construction of an ethno-town in eastern Bosnia that is named after Andrić. As Yugoslavia's only Nobel Prize-winning writer, Andrić was well known and respected in his native country during his lifetime. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, beginning in the 1950s and continuing past the breakup of Yugoslavia, his works have been disparaged by Bosniak literary critics for their supposed anti-Muslim bias. In Croatia, his works were long shunned for nationalist reasons, and even briefly blacklisted following Yugoslavia's dissolution, but were rehabilitated by the literary community at the start of the 21st century. He is highly regarded in Serbia for his contributions to Serbian literature. (en)
  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (فبراير 2016) إيفو أندريتش (9 أكتوبر 1892 - 13 مارس 1975 في بلغراد)، أديب بوسني - يوغسلافي. هو بوسني الأصل ولكنه أعلن إنه صربي بعد الحرب العالمية الثانية.وذلك لأنه من صرب البوسنة الذين كانوا في دولة واحدة ولكنها تحولت إلى عدة جمهوريات بعد الحرب الأهلية في يوغوسلافيا عام 1992-1996 حصل على جائزة نوبل في الأدب لسنة 1961. (ar)
  • Ivo Andrić (kyrillisch Иво Андрић; * 9. Oktober 1892 in Dolac bei Travnik; † 13. März 1975 in Belgrad) war ein jugoslawischer Schriftsteller, Diplomat, Politiker und Literaturnobelpreisträger. (de)
  • Ivo Andrić (Dolac, municipio de Travnik, Bosnia, Austria-Hungría, 9 de octubre de 1892 - Belgrado, RFS de Yugoslavia, 13 de marzo de 1975) fue un escritor yugoslavo que recibió el Premio Nobel de Literatura en 1961 "por la fuerza épica con la que ha reflejado temas y descrito destinos humanos de la historia de su país". (es)
  • Ivo Andrić, né le 9 octobre 1892 à Dolac (municipalité de Travnik), en Bosnie-Herzégovine alors administrée par l'Autriche-Hongrie, et mort le 13 mars 1975 à Belgrade, est un écrivain yougoslave. Né en Bosnie dans une famille croate, il prendra la nationalité serbe après la Seconde Guerre mondiale, et s'installe définitivement à Belgrade. Il est lauréat du Prix Nobel de littérature en 1961, et a été membre de l'Académie serbe des sciences et des arts. Il a reçu le titre de docteur honoris causa de l'université jagellonne de Cracovie en 1964. Rédigés avec un grand souci de vérité historique, ses récits ont pour cadre la Bosnie. Diplomate avant la guerre, il se consacre à la littérature dès 1945. Il a été un certain temps président de l'Union des écrivains yougoslaves. Il est l'auteur le plus connu et le plus traduit (40 langues) de la littérature serbo-croate. Il léguera son œuvre à l'Académie serbe des sciences et des arts. (fr)
  • イヴォ・アンドリッチ(Ivo Andrić, 1892年10月9日 - 1975年3月13日)は、ユーゴスラビアの作家・詩人・外交官。1961年のノーベル文学賞受賞者。 (ja)
  • Ivo Andrić (Servisch: Иво Андрић) (Dolac, 9 oktober 1892– Belgrado, 13 maart 1975) was een Joegoslavische schrijver en de winnaar van de Nobelprijs voor de Literatuur van 1961. Zijn romans De brug over de Drina en De kroniek van Travnik gingen over het leven in de Balkan tijdens respectievelijk de Ottomaanse en de Franse periode. Hij schreef romans, korte verhalen en essays. (nl)
  • Ivo Andrić, cyrylicą: Иво Андрић (ur. 9 października 1892 koło miasta Travnik w Bośni, zm. 13 marca 1975 w Belgradzie) – jugosłowiański powieściopisarz, nowelista i poeta, laureat Nagrody Nobla w dziedzinie literatury za rok 1961. (pl)
  • Ivo Andrić, em cirílico Иво Андрић, (Travnik, 9 de outubro de 1892 — Belgrado, 13 de março de 1975) foi um romancista e escritor jugoslavo. Foi galardoado com o Nobel de Literatura de 1961; as suas obras mais famosas A Ponte sobre o Drina, Crónica Bósnia e "O Pátio Maldito" são romances históricos que descrevem o quotidiano da Bósnia e do Império Otomano. Escreveu as suas primeiras obras em croata, passando depois a escrever em sérvio (70% da sua obra), enquanto apoiava a ideia de uma língua servo-croata, como a maioria dos sérvios e croatas contemporâneos. (pt)
  • И́во А́ндрич (серб. Иво Андрић/Ivo Andrić; 10 октября 1892, Долац (ныне в черте Травника), Босния, Австро-Венгрия — 13 марта 1975, Белград, Югославия) — югославский писатель и дипломат, родившийся на территории современной Боснии и Герцеговины. Единственный югославский писатель, удостоенный Нобелевской премии в области литературы. (ru)
  • 伊沃·安德里奇(克罗地亚语:Ivo Andrić,1892年10月9日波斯尼亚和黑塞哥维那特拉夫尼克 - 1975年3月13日塞尔维亚贝尔格莱德),原南斯拉夫作家。 他生于手艺工人家庭;早年参加反对奥地利的民族解放运动,是“青年波斯尼亚”组织成员;一战期间因刺杀奥匈帝国皇储案受牵连,被当局逮捕;战后在外交界任职,做过大使。1911年开始写作,风格承塞尔维亚现实主义文学传统。 主要作品有波斯尼亚三部曲:《德里纳河上的桥》、《特列夫尼克纪事》、《萨拉热窝女郎》,代表作《德里纳河上的桥》描写波斯尼亚人民在外国占领下过的悲惨生活和反抗斗争;1961年获诺贝尔文学奖。 (zh)
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  • Composed ... of priceless elements from unknown worlds, a man is born ... to become a piece of nameless soot, and as such, to vanish. And we do not know for whose glory he is born, nor for whose amusement he is destroyed.
  • The whole of our society is snoring ungracefully; only the poets and revolutionaries are awake.
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  • ~ Andrić's view of pre-war Sarajevo.
  • ~ An excerpt from Andrić's only journal entry of 1940.
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  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (فبراير 2016) إيفو أندريتش (9 أكتوبر 1892 - 13 مارس 1975 في بلغراد)، أديب بوسني - يوغسلافي. هو بوسني الأصل ولكنه أعلن إنه صربي بعد الحرب العالمية الثانية.وذلك لأنه من صرب البوسنة الذين كانوا في دولة واحدة ولكنها تحولت إلى عدة جمهوريات بعد الحرب الأهلية في يوغوسلافيا عام 1992-1996 حصل على جائزة نوبل في الأدب لسنة 1961. (ar)
  • Ivo Andrić (kyrillisch Иво Андрић; * 9. Oktober 1892 in Dolac bei Travnik; † 13. März 1975 in Belgrad) war ein jugoslawischer Schriftsteller, Diplomat, Politiker und Literaturnobelpreisträger. (de)
  • Ivo Andrić (Dolac, municipio de Travnik, Bosnia, Austria-Hungría, 9 de octubre de 1892 - Belgrado, RFS de Yugoslavia, 13 de marzo de 1975) fue un escritor yugoslavo que recibió el Premio Nobel de Literatura en 1961 "por la fuerza épica con la que ha reflejado temas y descrito destinos humanos de la historia de su país". (es)
  • イヴォ・アンドリッチ(Ivo Andrić, 1892年10月9日 - 1975年3月13日)は、ユーゴスラビアの作家・詩人・外交官。1961年のノーベル文学賞受賞者。 (ja)
  • Ivo Andrić (Servisch: Иво Андрић) (Dolac, 9 oktober 1892– Belgrado, 13 maart 1975) was een Joegoslavische schrijver en de winnaar van de Nobelprijs voor de Literatuur van 1961. Zijn romans De brug over de Drina en De kroniek van Travnik gingen over het leven in de Balkan tijdens respectievelijk de Ottomaanse en de Franse periode. Hij schreef romans, korte verhalen en essays. (nl)
  • Ivo Andrić, cyrylicą: Иво Андрић (ur. 9 października 1892 koło miasta Travnik w Bośni, zm. 13 marca 1975 w Belgradzie) – jugosłowiański powieściopisarz, nowelista i poeta, laureat Nagrody Nobla w dziedzinie literatury za rok 1961. (pl)
  • Ivo Andrić, em cirílico Иво Андрић, (Travnik, 9 de outubro de 1892 — Belgrado, 13 de março de 1975) foi um romancista e escritor jugoslavo. Foi galardoado com o Nobel de Literatura de 1961; as suas obras mais famosas A Ponte sobre o Drina, Crónica Bósnia e "O Pátio Maldito" são romances históricos que descrevem o quotidiano da Bósnia e do Império Otomano. Escreveu as suas primeiras obras em croata, passando depois a escrever em sérvio (70% da sua obra), enquanto apoiava a ideia de uma língua servo-croata, como a maioria dos sérvios e croatas contemporâneos. (pt)
  • И́во А́ндрич (серб. Иво Андрић/Ivo Andrić; 10 октября 1892, Долац (ныне в черте Травника), Босния, Австро-Венгрия — 13 марта 1975, Белград, Югославия) — югославский писатель и дипломат, родившийся на территории современной Боснии и Герцеговины. Единственный югославский писатель, удостоенный Нобелевской премии в области литературы. (ru)
  • 伊沃·安德里奇(克罗地亚语:Ivo Andrić,1892年10月9日波斯尼亚和黑塞哥维那特拉夫尼克 - 1975年3月13日塞尔维亚贝尔格莱德),原南斯拉夫作家。 他生于手艺工人家庭;早年参加反对奥地利的民族解放运动,是“青年波斯尼亚”组织成员;一战期间因刺杀奥匈帝国皇储案受牵连,被当局逮捕;战后在外交界任职,做过大使。1911年开始写作,风格承塞尔维亚现实主义文学传统。 主要作品有波斯尼亚三部曲:《德里纳河上的桥》、《特列夫尼克纪事》、《萨拉热窝女郎》,代表作《德里纳河上的桥》描写波斯尼亚人民在外国占领下过的悲惨生活和反抗斗争;1961年获诺贝尔文学奖。 (zh)
  • Ivo Andrić (Serbian Cyrillic: Иво Андрић, pronounced [ǐːʋɔ ǎːndritɕ]; born Ivan Andrić; 9 October 1892 – 13 March 1975) was a Yugoslav novelist, poet and short story writer who won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1961. His writings dealt mainly with life in his native Bosnia under Ottoman rule. (en)
  • Ivo Andrić, né le 9 octobre 1892 à Dolac (municipalité de Travnik), en Bosnie-Herzégovine alors administrée par l'Autriche-Hongrie, et mort le 13 mars 1975 à Belgrade, est un écrivain yougoslave. Né en Bosnie dans une famille croate, il prendra la nationalité serbe après la Seconde Guerre mondiale, et s'installe définitivement à Belgrade. Il est lauréat du Prix Nobel de littérature en 1961, et a été membre de l'Académie serbe des sciences et des arts. Il a reçu le titre de docteur honoris causa de l'université jagellonne de Cracovie en 1964. (fr)
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