Slobodan Selenić

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Slobodan Selenić
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A plaque on the house where Selenić lived
Born(1933-06-07)7 June 1933
Died27 October 1995(1995-10-27) (aged 62)
Alma mater Faculty of Dramatic arts, University of Arts in Belgrade
OccupationUniversity professor, writer
Awards NIN Award, Sterija Award [1]

Slobodan Selenić (Serbian Cyrillic: Слободан Селенић; 7 June 1933 – 27 October 1995) was a Serbian writer, literary critic, dramatist, academic [2] and university professor of 20th century literature. [3]

One of the main themes in his work is the destruction of the civic class from Kingdom of Yugoslavia, its values and later destruction with the formation of the second Yugoslavia. He became the director of Avala Film at the age of 29. [4] The Slobodan Selenić Award is annually awarded in his honour for the best graduate work on his alma mater. [5]

He won the NIN literary prize in 1980 and was Belgrade's Poet Laureate. [6]


His works include: [7]

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