Drakulic, Slavenka
January 1994
New Republic;1/10/94-1/17/94, Vol. 210 Issue 2/3, p14
Presents the author's reflections about the economic situation, particularly the state of food ration, in Sarajevo in Bosnia and Hercegovina. Content of food rations daily per person; Influence of the Sarajevo situation on the author's writing career; Insignificance of a writer's words amidst the people's fear and suffering in the area; Concern about the quantity of the food ration during the winter.


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