Self-referential reconstruction of the term alienation by Victor Tausk in regards to his literary imagination of Bosnia


Jasmina Zlatarević


The purpose of this article is to explore the problems of alienation and
alterity based on Tausk’s novel Husein Brko-Bosnian novel about gypsies.
Thanks to his noticeable diversity, Husein Brko was a perfect base
to prove that strangeness can only exist through individuality. Discussion
about this problem ends with tricky questions, was Bosnia only a
mnemotope of an old different world for Tausk, or,were his psychoanalysis
thoughts responsible for recetions of his figures? In the end, it
can be claimed that the limit between reality and imagination ist really
narrow and breakable; if even it exists at all.


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