Born in Belgrade, in his own words Pavic
, on the shores of one of the four rivers of paradise, at 8.30 am, under the sign of Libra (on astsedentu - Scorpio). Childhood Pavic
had on Nazi occupation. During these years he taught German and English languages, as well as "the first time the French have forgotten". Subsequently, began to study Russian and. In his own country as a writer was virtually unknown (despite the fact that the genus Pavic
in Serbian literature is present in the eighteenth century - even in 1766 some ancestor of Milorad Pavic
published a collection of poems).
Popularity of Pavic
came only with the release of "Dictionary of the Khazars, followed by the" novel-crossword puzzle-novel and novel-clepsydra gadalnaya book. All these books have been translated into seventy languages as Pavic
once remarked, "I have no biography - a bibliography". Milorad Pavic
- an expert on Serbian Baroque and the poetry of symbolism, . translated into Serbian Pushkin and Byron, . lectured at the Sorbonne, . Universities of Vienna, . Regensburg, . Freiburg, . Belgrade, member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, . Member of the European Council on the Arts and the International Editorial Board of Foreign Literature (Russia),
. Nominated for the Nobel Prize. Critics call it "the first author of the twenty-first century." "The inner side of the Wind" This material was printed in the magazine "Itogi" in October 1999
. "Casket, pregnant myths" Review of the book Milorad Pavic "box stationery"