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Author: Janković, Milica

Pseudonyms:L. Mihajlović
Spouse/other names:
Year of birth:1881
Year of death:1939
About her personal situation:standardizingjan14jm: Origin • Place of birth : Požarevac • Place(s) of residence: Požarevac | Veliko Gradište | Beograd | Niška Banja • Place of death: Niška Banja National identity • Nationality : Serbian • First language(s) : serbian Marital status : - Single Number of children : 0 Social class : - Middle class Education: - University education Religion: - Eastern orthodox

Languages:Russian - Serbian
Relations to other authors:

About her professional situation:standardizingjan14jm: Authorial attribution: - Maiden name - Pseudonym neutral Profession(s) and other activities : - Contributor to periodical press - Fiction writer/novelist - Painter - Teacher/governess - Translator from Russian - Writer for children Language(s) in which she wrote : - Serbian Collaboration/connections with male authors : - Not yet checked Financial aspects of her career: - Living by her pen - Other income Memberships : - Not yet checked
Elements of bibliography:Mentioned in: - Jovan Skerlić, Istorija nove srpske knjizevnosti [History of New Serbian Literature], Beograd [Belgrade] 1914 (first edition). -Dragutin Prohaska, Pregled savremene hrvatsko-srpske knjizevnosti [Short History of Contemporary Croatian-Serbian Literature], izvanredno izdanje Matice hrvatske, Zagreb 1921. - Jovan Deretić, Istorija srpske knjizevnosti [History of Serbian Literature], Beograd [Belgrade] 1983 (first edition), 2002 (expanded edition). - Predrag Palavestra, Istorija moderne srpske knjizevnosti. Zlatno doba [History of Modern Serbian Literature. Golden age], Beograd [Belgrade] 1986 (first edition), 1995 (second edition). -Vesna Matović, Zenska knjizevnost i srpski modernizam. Saglasija i raskoli [Women Writing and Serbian Modernism. Agreements and Disagreements] in: Srbija u modernizacijskim procesima 19. i 20. veka [Serbia in modernization processes of 19th and 20th century, v. 2, Belgrade 1998. cf. - Malisa Stanojević, Zivotna i spisateljska sudbina Milice Janković [Life and Creative Fate of Milica Janković] in: Anali Filoloskog fakulteta, 16, Beograd 1985. - Radomir Putnik, Dve drame Milice Jankovic [Two dramas of Milica Jankovic] in: idem, Citajuci iznova. Ogledi iz dramaturgije i teatrologije {Reading Once Again. Essays on Drama and theatrology], Novi Sad 1990, p. 41-51. -- Celia Hawkesworth, Voices in the Shadows. Women and Verbal Art in Serbia and Bosnia, CEU, Budapest 2000, p. 151-154. -- Magdaelna Koch, ...kiedy dojrzejemy jako kultura... Twórczosc pisarek serbskich na poczatku XX wieku (kanon-genre-gender) [...when we mature as a culture... Early 20th-century Serbian Women's Writings (canon-genre-gender), Wroclaw 2007. - Magdalena Koch, Naratološka transgresija ili srpski modernistički gender-diskurs u književnoj akciji (Milica Janković, Ispovesti, 1913) [Narrative Transgression or Serbian gender discourse in Literary Action (Milica Jankovic, Confessions 1913)] in: Teorije i politike roda, Zbornik [Theories and Politics of Gender], editor Tatjana Rosic, Institut za knjizevnost i umetnost, Belgrade 2008, p. 305-316.
Websites: NEWW contribution Belgrade 2011 M. Koch

Editors: Magdalena Koch (create on 15 October 2010)
Magdalena Koch (update on 15 October 2010)
Magdalena Koch (update on 16 October 2010)
Astrid Kulsdom (update on 19 October 2010)
Sofija Nemet (update on 11 July 2012)
Sofija Nemet (update on 11 July 2012)
Astrid Kulsdom (update on 19 September 2012)
Biljana Dojcinovic2 (update on 27 January 2014)
Biljana Dojcinovic2 (update on 27 January 2014)
Vladimir Djuric (update on 12 February 2014)

Works written by this author

E 1 *Milica Janković, the author ()
E 2 Ispovesti [Confessions] (1913)
E 3 Kaludjer iz Rusije {The Monk from Russia] (1919)
E 4 Ljudi iz skamije. Pripovetke [Schoolmates. Short Stories] (1937)
E 5 Medju zidovima [Between the Walls] (1932)
E 6 Mutna i krvava (Trouble et sanglante) (1932)
E 7 Plava gospodja [ Blond Lady] (1924)
E 8 Pre sreće [Before Happiness] (1918)
E 9 Smrt i zivot (Death and Life) (1922)

Authors read by this author

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