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Literary life: essays, poems
Patrick Augustine Sheehan
Editor"s preface signed: E. McL.
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In his short life Antun Branko Šimić wrote one of the most outstanding poetic and critical-essay works of Croatian literature. Initially writing impressionist poetry using symbolism and German Expressionism, he achieved his best work in poems written in stark verse, with no verbal ornamentation, about the transience of the human body and the.
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