Andrej Nikolaidis was born in in Sarajevo, to a mixed Montenegrin-Greek family. Until the age of six, he lived in the city of Ulcinj, where he returned in . Andrej Nikolaidis. + Add or change photo on IMDbPro». Contribute to IMDb. Add a bio, trivia, and more. Update information for Andrej Nikolaidis». Andrej Nikolaidis. Born to a mixed Montenegrin-Greek family and raised in Sarajevo, Bosnia/Herzegovina. In , following the breakout of ethnic strife in.
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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. An ardent supporter of Montenegrin independence, anti-war activist and promoter of human rights, especially minority rights, Nikolaidis initially became known for his political views and public hikolaidis, appearing on local television and in newspapers with his razor-sharp political commentaries.
Want to Read saving… Error rating book. Algoritam, The son is a devastating short novel, full of melancholy and despair, written nikolaldis the author from Sarajevo who already surprised us with The Coming Andrej Nikolaidis Average nkkolaidis This page was last edited on 24 Aprilat Infollowing the breakout of ethnic strife in Bosnia that soon evolved into all-out war, Nikolaidis’s family moved to the Montenegrin town of Ulcinjhis father’s hometown, where he owns a summer house.
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Infollowing the breakout of ethnic strife in the country that soon erupted into an all-out war, Nikolaifis family moved to Ulcinj, his father’s hometown in Montenegro, where still lives. Jehona’s Personal Challenges 15 77 Dec 09, Anti-war activist and promoter of human rights, especially minority rights, Nikolaidis initially became known nikolaidos his razor-sharp political commentaries.
Diane’s World Travels by Book. Libri ambientati nella ex Jugoslavia. Nikolaidis resigned in February Topics Mentioning This Author. An ardent supporter of Montenegrin independence,  anti-war activist and promoter of human rights, especially minority rights, Nikolaidis initially became known for his political views and public feuds, appearing on local television and in newspapers with his razor-sharp political commentaries.
And then, when he loses and when he’s weak, he invokes the law and tolerance of differences. At first, The Coming reads as a traditional detective novel, but suddenly changes form with the advent of snow in midsummer. Marina Tackles Mount Kilimanjaro!
Rate this book Clear rating 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. In a January 11, article at the Analitika website portalanalitika.
All of a sudden, he knows by heart every single human rights convention he broke so many times before. The Other Diane’s European Tour.
Completed Tasks 88 Nov 30, Nikolaidis was subsequently nikolaidiss by Kusturica for libel. As well as a rising star of central European fiction, Andrej Nikolaidis is seen as a figure who is unafraid of controversy, frequently speaking his mind on deep-rooted issues that can inflame strong sentiment in the Balkan region.
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Infollowing the breakout of ethnic strife in Bosnia that soon erupted into an all-out war, Nikolaidis’ family moved to Ulcinj, Montenegro. Retrieved from ” https: Want to hear more? His first critically acclaimed novel “Mimesis” was very well received in Croatia, Bosnia and among liberal Montenegrin intellectuals, [ citation needed ] where local independent media compares his expression and attitude to the one of Thomas Bernhard.
He now resides in UlcinjMontenegro. Buy an eBook version. He takes the reader on excursions nikolaidjs history and recounts the life of Fra Dolcino, a medieval heretic who announced the return of the Messiah and also illuminates the life and work of Sabbatai Zevi, a Renaissance cabalist, who maintained that he himself was the Messiah.