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A book to survive in Srebrenica


A travel diary searching for normality lost. The writer Elvira Mujcic, a Croatian Muslim, was 12 years old at the time of the genocide. In a book, which she defines as “therapy and travelling”, she tells of the horror of war in an ironic, intelligent, unusual and non-rhetorical manner. Writing about the many clichés still surrounding the former Yugoslavia today...

A travel diary searching for normality lost. The writer Elvira Mujcic, a Croatian Muslim, was 12 years old at the time of the genocide. In a book, which she defines as “therapy and travelling”, she tells of the horror of war in an ironic, intelligent, unusual and non-rhetorical manner. Writing about the many clichés still surrounding the former Yugoslavia today…

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