top of page

Bel Air Logistics Group

Public·10 members

Grozdana Olujic Oldanini Vrtovi Pdf 28

Grozdana Olujic Oldanini Vrtovi Pdf 28

Grozdana Olujic is a Serbian writer and translator, best known for her collection of fairy tales titled Oldanini Vrtovi (Oldani's Gardens). The book was first published in 1978 and has since been translated into several languages, including English, French, German, Russian, and Chinese. The book contains 28 stories that are inspired by the folklore, mythology, and history of various cultures and regions, such as India, China, Japan, Africa, Scandinavia, and the Balkans. The stories are rich in symbolism, imagery, and fantasy, and explore themes such as love, friendship, courage, wisdom, and the relationship between humans and nature.

The book has been praised by critics and readers alike for its originality, creativity, and poetic language. Some of the stories have been adapted into films, plays, musicals, and ballets. The book has also been used as a source of inspiration for other writers and artists. For example, the Serbian composer Zoran Erić wrote a symphonic poem based on the story "The Moon Flower", which tells the tale of a lonely boy who finds a magical flower that can transport him to the moon. The story "The Mirror" was the basis for a short film by the Croatian director Zvonimir Berković, which depicts the life of a woman who stays young and beautiful forever thanks to a magic mirror.

Download Zip:

The book is available in PDF format online, as well as in print and e-book editions. It is a recommended reading for children and adults who enjoy fairy tales and fantasy literature. It is also a valuable resource for students and teachers who want to learn more about the cultural diversity and richness of the world. The book is a testament to the power of imagination and storytelling, and to the universal appeal of Grozdana Olujic's Oldanini Vrtovi.

: [Oldanini vrtovi: bajke - Grozdana Olujić - Google Books]


Welcome to the group! You can connect with other members, ge...
bottom of page