The Greatest Bosnian, Colombian "Drama" Books of All Time

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Drama is a genre of literature that typically deals with serious and emotional themes, often exploring the complexities of human relationships and the struggles individuals face in their lives. These books often feature intense character development and intricate plotlines, delving into the depths of human experience and the challenges of navigating the world around us. From family dramas to political intrigue, the drama genre encompasses a wide range of stories that aim to captivate readers with their raw and powerful storytelling.

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  1. 1. Dervish And The Death by Meša Selimović

    "Dervish and the Death" is a thought-provoking novel that delves into the complex themes of identity, morality, and the human condition. Set in the 18th century Ottoman Empire, the story follows a dervish, Sheikh Nuruddin, as he navigates the turbulent world of politics, power, and religion. Through his encounters with various characters, including the enigmatic Death, the dervish grapples with his own beliefs and questions the nature of existence. Selimovic's masterful storytelling and introspective prose make this novel a captivating exploration of life's fundamental questions.

    The 3298th Greatest Book of All Time
  2. 2. Our Lady of the Assassins by Fernando Vallejo

    This novel is a dark and gripping exploration of life in Medellín, Colombia, during the height of the drug wars. The protagonist, a middle-aged writer, returns home after many years abroad, only to find his city ravaged by violence and death. He falls in love with two teenage assassins, who guide him through the underworld of the city, exposing him to the brutal realities of life in a place where human life has lost all value. The story is a bleak commentary on the devastating effects of drug trafficking and political corruption on society.

    The 4122nd Greatest Book of All Time
  3. 3. Catalina by Elisa Mujica

    "Catalina" is a historical novel set in the 16th century, which delves into the life of a young woman of noble birth in the Spanish colony of New Granada (modern-day Colombia). The narrative follows the titular character as she navigates the complexities of her social position, love, and the restrictive norms of the time. As she grows, she becomes increasingly aware of the injustices surrounding her, particularly those faced by the indigenous people and women. The novel explores themes of power, identity, and resistance, painting a vivid picture of colonial Latin America through the eyes of a character caught between the expectations of her society and her personal desires for freedom and self-expression.

    The 6327th Greatest Book of All Time
  4. 4. December Breeze by Marvel Moreno

    Set in the Caribbean region of Colombia, the novel weaves a tapestry of stories focusing on the lives of women from different social backgrounds, spanning several decades of the 20th century. It explores themes of love, betrayal, and the oppressive social norms that dictate women's lives. Through a series of interconnected narratives, the book delves into the personal struggles and intimate experiences of its characters, revealing the complex interplay between societal expectations and personal desires. The arrival of the December breezes serves as a metaphor for the winds of change, challenging the status quo and bringing to light the underlying tensions within this traditional society.

    The 7027th Greatest Book of All Time
  5. 5. Un Beso De Dick by Fernando Molano

    "Un Beso de Dick" is a poignant and intimate exploration of young love and self-discovery set in Colombia. The novel follows the life of a teenage boy who grapples with his emerging sexuality and the intense feelings he harbors for another boy. Amidst the backdrop of a conservative society, the protagonist navigates the complexities of friendship, passion, and the search for identity. The narrative delves into the emotional turmoil and the challenges faced by those who dare to defy societal norms, ultimately offering a narrative that is both tender and heart-wrenching as it reveals the transformative power of love and acceptance.

    The 7924th Greatest Book of All Time
  6. 6. The Children by Carolina Sanín

    The book is a haunting exploration of solitude and the unexpected ways in which lives can intersect. It follows the story of a woman who leads a solitary life in a city, her routine existence disrupted by the sudden appearance of a silent, enigmatic child at her doorstep. As she takes the child into her home, the woman is drawn into a surreal journey that blurs the lines between reality and imagination, prompting her to confront her own past and the mysteries of human connection. The narrative weaves a tapestry of magical realism and psychological depth, examining themes of loneliness, motherhood, and the search for belonging in an indifferent world.

    The 10029th Greatest Book of All Time

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