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Anti-modernism

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Diana Mishkova
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Marius Turda
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Balazs Trencsenyi

Chapter V. The Anti-modernist Revolution

Svetislav Stefanović: The building of New Serbia as a peasant state

Traduction de Anna Rebmann

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Title: Izgrađivanje Nove Srbije kao seljačke države (The building of New Serbia as a peasant state)

Originally published: Srpski narod, Christmas 1942

Language: Serbian

The excerpts are from Svetislav Stefanović, Starim ili novim putevima. Odabrani politički spisi, 1899–1943 [Old ways or new ways? Selected political writings, 1899–1943], Novi Sad: Artprint, 2006, pp. 81–84.

About the author

Svetislav Stefanović [1877, Novi Sad (Hun. Újvidék) – 1944, Belgrade]: physician, poet, translator, literary critic, and political theorist. He graduated from the Gymnasium in Novi Sad, and embarked on studies of polytechnics, philosophy, and eventually medicine in Vienna and Prague. He specialized in treating tuberculosis and at the same time completed his doctoral thesis on Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Upon returning to Serbia in 1903, he worked as a physician. He participated in the two Balkan Wars and the First World War as an officer, serving in the medical corps. During the First World War, he retreate...

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