Author: Miloš Crnjanski (pronunciation: Milosh Tsern-yansky)
Title of the book: Pisma ljubavi i mržnje (pronunciation: peessma lubavi e merzhnyeh) (letters of love and hate)
Narrator: Vesna Jaćimović (pronunciation: Yachimmovich)
Duration: 7 hours and 26 minutes
No. of pages in black print: 341
Publisher: Filip Višnjić (pronunciation: Vishnych)
Place and year of publishing: Belgrade, 2004.
About the book:
The book tells about a very interesting correspondence between Miloš Crnjanski and Marko Ristić (pronunciation: Reestich).
Dear Marko, although I did not wish it, seems that I will be forced to clear my literary accounts with you in public. Since you belong to the group that does not divide literature from private life, and that I do not like, if there should come to a conflict, to look back, I, therefore, ask of you to end, with this letter, our bourgeois friendship, of course, to its most banal signs. Therefore, I ask of you to excuse me with your parents for not being able to come nor to thank them enough on their kindness, and to deposit my slippers at Mr. Marković’s (pronunciation: Markovich) at the shop of Geca Kon (Pronunciation: Getsah). In case that there is something yours at my place, among the books etc, please, mister, pay me a visit.