The book promotion of the Andrić Institute from Andrićgrad has been at the center of attention at the International Book Fair in Belgrade today.
The Andrić Institute presented itself with the editions dealing with the preservation of Andrić’s and Serbian literary tradition, among which are “Ivo Andrić and Dubrovnik” by Zlata Bojović and Proceedings “Serbian Language and Cyrillic Today”.
“In that mixture of what used to be valuable and had vanished, we tried to reinterpret what is related to Andric. These editions actually touch so deep and wide that people are eager to see them,” said the director of the Andrić Institute, Emir Kusturica.
Today was also presented Andrić’s work “The Everlasting Presence of Njegoš”, prepared by Jovan Delic, who pointed out that his goal was to face Andrić and Njegoš, to present ten Andrić’s essays about Njegoš together.
Among the other events at the fair, we should emphasize the promotion of the book “Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Efforts to Liberation and Unification” by Pero Slijepčević, as well as the book “Serbian Songs in Bosnia and Herzegovina” by Dejan Tomić, published by RTS and Representative Office of Republic of Srpska in Belgrade.