On the occasion of 40 years of literary work of Alija Hasagić Dubočanin, the Association ”Bosanski Dubočac and its people” has presented the novel of Dubočanin ”San o ženi” (A dream about a woman) and book of poetry and stories ”Danas ću biti dijete” (Today I Shall Be a Child), reports FENA.
The presentation was organised as a part of International Festival ”Sarajevo Winter 2013”.
”San o ženi” is the first love novel by Alija H. Dubočanin and it presents the need to talk; it is based on dialogue, on talk that Dubočanin thinks is the essential to relation between two people.
Writer Mirsad Bećirbašić said that Dubičanin has a unique relation towards women, because he described them in incomparable manner, as no other writer has done.
”Danas ću biti dijete” is a collection of poems and stories, which differs from other works from Dubočanin since it tackles a wide variety of topics.
Dubočanin was born in 1949 in Bosanski Dubočac, and worked in Primary school ”Vladimir Perić Valter” in Sarajevo before he became editor of ”Veselin Masleša” where he worked until retirement in 2006.
He writes novels, short stories, poems and essays.