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Edhem Mulabdić (19 October 1862 – 29 January 1954) was a Bosnian writer and co-founder of the political journal Behar.[1]

Biography

Edhem Mulabdić was born in Maglaj in 1862, where he finished Islamic elementary school maktab and then got a job as a clerk. From Brčko he was transferred to Sarajevo, where he worked as a teacher at the Islamic school Dural-mualimmin. Soon he was elected as a national assembly in Maglaj. He stayed on that position until January 1929. Together with Safvet beg Bašagić and Osman Nuri Hadžić, Mulabdić would be one of the founders and originators of several welfare associations and publications, such as Behar in 1900 and Gajret in 1903.[2][3]

His novel Zeleno busenje is regarded as the most significant work of this author, as well as the first Bosniak novel.[4] Edhem Mulabdić's works would come to have a huge importance of the development of the Bosniak culture and education in late 19th and early 20th century.

Bibliography

Novels

  • Zeleno busenje, Matica Hrvatska, Zagreb, 1898[5]
  • Nova vremena, slika iz novijeg života u Bosni, Mostar, 1914
  • Kumovi
  • Garib
  • Nišan
  • Zekonja
  • Tajno pismo

Stories

  • Nesretan unuk
  • Đuro Prepelica
  • Aga i kmet
  • Lov
  • Tahiraga
  • Šehiti
  • Bajram
  • Kućni rahatluk
  • Uspomene u narodu

Others

  • Kod starog djeda
  • Osmanlija
  • Rukovjet šale, Sarajevo, 1893
  • Na obali Bosne (zbirka pripovijetki), Matica Hrvatska, Zagreb
  • Crtice, Sarajevo, 1907
  • Izabrane pripovijesti, Matica Hrvatska, Zagreb, 1944
  • Svak na posao, Sarajevo, 1934
  • Izabrana djela, Sarajevo, 1974

References

  1. ^ "Edhem Mulabdić". Avlija. Retrieved 8 October 2014. 
  2. ^ "Safvet-beg Bašagić was Born on 6 May". Sarajevo Times. 6 May 2014. Retrieved 27 August 2014.
  3. ^ "List "Behar"". Sigma. 7 December 2013. Retrieved 27 August 2014.
  4. ^ "Bosnjaci.Net". Bosnjaci.net. Retrieved 8 October 2014. 
  5. ^ Edhem Mulabdić biografija, Učitano 23. oktobar 2013.