Death and the Dervish by Meša Selimović

In "Death and the Dervish", the protagonist is a dervish in the 18th century Ottoman Empire, who embarks on a mission to find his imprisoned brother. As he navigates through the complex and corrupt bureaucracy, he grapples with questions of morality, justice, and the nature of power. The story explores themes of existentialism and the struggle for meaning in a world marked by suffering and injustice.

The 1630th greatest book of all time


Published
1966
Nationality
Bosnian
Type
Fiction
Pages
null
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Serbo Croatian

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