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1 Gery, John--Biljana D. Obradovic, Translator American Ghost/Americki duh
Belgrade, Yugoslavia/New York, USA Raska skola / Cross-Cultural Communications 1999 0-89304-454-7 / 9780893044541 First Paperback New Poetry Biljana d. Obradovic 
John Gery is one of the finest younger American poets we have. --Dick Allen 
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2 Gery, John--Biljana D. Obradovic, Translator American Ghost/Americki duh
Belgrade, Yugoslavia/New York, USA Raska skola / Cross-Cultural Communications 1999 0-89304-453-9 / 9780893044534 First Hardcover New Poetry Biljana d. Obradovic 
John Gery is one of the finest younger American poets we have. --Dick Allen 
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3 Obradovic, Biljana D., Editor and Translator FIVES / PETICE: Bilingual Anthology—Fifty Poems by Serbian and American Poets
Belgrade and New York Contact Line and Cross-Cultural Communications 2002 0-89304-514-5 First Paperback New Poetry Book desing by Stanoje Radulovic 
In this unique book, poet, editor, and translator, Biljana D. Obradovic, has selected five contemporary poets from Serbia and five from the United States to intoduce their work outside their countries in a cross-cultural exchange. Fluent in both languages, Obradovic has produced graceful translations in both directions yet includes the originals for a meaningful selection of each poet's work for readers in either language. The result is a collection of poems remarkably diverse, yet with surprising parallels. As she notes in the preface, "In the current international political climate, the publication of this anthology, and works like it, is essential for an increase in tolerance between two nations such as Yugoslavia and the United States . . . [but] my intention is not to minimize differences, not to erase the tensions that have kept these two countries apart, but to exhibit the impressive talent of individual poets from both coutnries, for it is finally only through our mutual recognition of what each can offer and teach us that there is any real hope for our mutual survival and cultural prosperity." 
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4 Obradovic, Biljana D., Editor and Translator FIVES / PETICE: Bilingual Anthology—Fifty Poems by Serbian and American Poets
Belgrade and New York Contact Line and Cross-Cultural Communications 2002 0-89304-513-6 / 9780893045135 First Hard Cover New Poetry Book design by Stanoje Rdulovic 
In this unique book, poet, editor, and translator, Biljana D. Obradovic, has selected five contemporary poets from Serbia and five from the United States to intoduce their work outside their countries in a cross-cultural exchange. Fluent in both languages, Obradovic has produced graceful translations in both directions yet includes the originals for a meaningful selection of each poet's work for readers in either language. The result is a collection of poems remarkably diverse, yet with surprising parallels. As she notes in the preface, "In the current international political climate, the publication of this anthology, and works like it, is essential for an increase in tolerance between two nations such as Yugoslavia and the United States . . . [but] my intention is not to minimize differences, not to erase the tensions that have kept these two countries apart, but to exhibit the impressive talent of individual poets from both coutnries, for it is finally only through our mutual recognition of what each can offer and teach us that there is any real hope for our mutual survival and cultural prosperity." 
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5 Obradovic, Biljana D. Frozen Embraces/Zambznuti zagrljaji
Belgrade, Yugoslavia/New York, USA Center for Emigrants from Serbia / Cross-Cultural Communications 2000 0-89304-511-X / 9780893045111 Second Paperback New Poetry Biljana d. Obradovic 
Biljana Obradovic's first book, Frozen Embraces, offers readers heartbreaking delight in poems that document separation, the predations of war at home and in the body, and the work language does to deconstruct and restructure culture and landscape. Through civil war in the Balkans through Europe, Salonika, and Bombay, to the American South and Midwest, this brilliant book of original poems and translations into Serbian offers witness and hope. I love these poems and recommend them to all readers. --Hilda Raz, Editor-in-Chief, Prairie Schooner 
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6 Obradovic, Biljana D. Frozen Embraces/Zambznuti zagrljaji
Belgrade, Yugoslavia/New York, USA Center for Emigrants from Serbia / Cross-Cultural Communications 2000 0-89304-510-1 / 9780893045104 Second Hardcover New Poetry Biljana d. Obradovic 
Biljana Obradovic's first book, Frozen Embraces, offers readers heartbreaking delight in poems that document separation, the predations of war at home and in the body, and the work language does to deconstruct and restructure culture and landscape. Through civil war in the Balkans through Europe, Salonika, and Bombay, to the American South and Midwest, this brilliant book of original poems and translations into Serbian offers witness and hope. I love these poems and recommnd them to all readers. --Hilda Raz, Editor-in-Chief, Prairie Schooner 
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7 Obradovic, Biljana D. Le Riche Monde
Belgrade, Yugoslavia/New York, USA Raska skola / Cross-Cultural Communications 1999 0-89304-374-5 / 9780893043742 First Paperback New Poetry Biljana d. Obradovic 
Unsettled about such things as windows in America; the bizarre mixtures of social classes--a businessman representative of capitalism sittin on her right, a Native American whose people had been decimated on her left--she nonetheless finds herself rooted in the sweater her mother knitted for her and the coffee cup that she reads for her. These truly are the poems of a rich world, a world at once torn apart and scattered by the forces of human nature, yet made holy again by the poet's ability to see things in their essence. 
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8 Obradovic, Biljana D. Le Riche Monde
Belgrade, Yugoslavia/New York, USA Raska skola / Cross-Cultural Communications 1999 0-89304-373-7 / 9780893043735 First Hardcover New Poetry Biljana d. Obradovic 
Unsettled about such things as windows in America; the bizarre mixtures of social classes--a businessman representative of capitalism sittin on her right, a Native American whose people had been decimated on her left--she nonetheless finds herself rooted in the sweater her mother knitted for her and the coffee cup that she reads for her. These truly are the poems of a rich world, a world at once torn apart and scattered by the forces of human nature, yet made holy again by the poet's ability to see things in their essence. 
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