This paper investigates narrative strategies in the prose and poetic works of several female writers of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The focus is on Elma Porobić, Lejla Kalamujić, Adisa Bašić, Tanja Stupar Trifunović, Emina Žuna, Maja Ručević and Dijala Hasanbegović. The works examined include three short story collections, three novels and one book of narrative poems. The paper will highligth the innovative character of the themes and styles which this pleiade of female writers has introduced into contemporary B&H literature.
ŠunjićIvanPripovjedno i lirsko – nad pjesničkom zbirkom „Neće biti djece za rat“ Dijale Hasanbegovićhttps://ne-ma.net/2017/07/27/pripovjedno-i-lirsko-nad-pjesnickom-zbirkom-nece-biti-djece-za-rat-dijale-hasanbegovic/ (27.7.2017.).