Aleksandrović, Marija
December 2014
Europa: Magazine about Science & Art during the Transition;2014, Vol. 7 Issue 14, p72
After the exodus of Roma arrived in Serbia during Emperor Dusan, and as early as the sixteenth century, they lived in almost all parts of Serbia. The first book on the Roma in the Serbian language, printed in 1803. Was. In the thirties of the twentieth century be-gan with the collection of oral literature Roma in Vo-jvodina, while in the period between the two world wars launched the magazine in the Romani lan-guage. In the middle of the twentieth century, more attention is paid to the Roma art literature.


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