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Marko Vešović

Marko Vešović was born in 1945 in the village Pape near Bijelo Polje, Montenegro. He holds a BA and PhD in philosophy from Sarajevo University, as well as an MA in philology from Beograd University. His books include Poljska konjica (Polish Cavalry), Rastanak sa Arancanom (Farewell to Arenzano), and Knjiga žalbi (Book of Complaints). He has worked as a secondary school teacher, an editor for the publishing house Veselin Masleša, and an assistant lecturer in the Faculty of Philosophy at Sarajevo University. (updated 9/2012)

AGNI has published the following work by Marko Vešović:

The Hilt (translated from the Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian/Montenegrin by Zvonimir Radeljković)
A Woman’s Blouse (translated from the Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian/Montenegrin by Omer Hadžiselimović)

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