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Examples of "proza"
Ander proza (1978, compendium of Dutch experimental poetry)
Čista proza () is the only studio album by the Serbian new wave band Čista Proza from Novi Sad, released by PGP RTB in 1983. The album was released on LP only, and has not been reissued not CD.
“Bog -- ėto fotograf,” in Vladimir Kirsanov and Aleksandra Renneva, "Lesbijskaya proza" (Moscow: Kvir, 2009)
Tussen de zwarte en de witte pagina: de voorgeschiedenis van het moderne proza (2003)
Margarita Meklina and Lida Yusupova, "U lyubvi chertyre ruki : [Korotkaya proza]" (Moscow: Kvir, 2008)
“Vysokij status i takaya zhe strastʹ,” in Vladimir Kirsanov (ed.), "Lesbijskaya proza" (Moscow: Kvir, 2008)
Frontier traffic: The Prose of the Generation of the Eighties (Trafic de frontieră. Proza generaţiei 80) (Paralela 45, 2000)
The Forked Eye and the Squinting Tongue "(Ochiul bifurcat, limba saşie. Proza generaţiei 80)", Vol II (Paralela 45, 2003).
Čista Proza (Serbian Cyrillic: Чиста Проза; trans. "Pure Prose") was a former Yugoslav new wave band from Novi Sad, founded by the Serbian producer and sound engineer Milan Ćirić.
One of its more popular literary series, published since 1968, "Współczesna Proza" (Contemporary Prose), includes award-winning novels in translation by writers such as Umberto Eco, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Vladimir Nabokov, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Kurt Vonnegut, and Günter Grass.
The competitors included young new wave bands Petar i Zli Vuci, Stidljiva Ljubičica, Modeli, Lačni Franz, Buldogi, Piloti, Termiti, Čista Proza and La Strada, all of them later becoming notable acts of the Yugoslav rock scene.
She graduated in Slavic studies (Russian and Serbocroatian language) at University of Wrocław in 1981, where she taught until 2011. She gained her PhD (1997) with a work "Podróże w czasie i przestrzeni. Proza Isidory Sekulić". Since October 2011 she is a professor at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan.
Other notable new wave acts include Belgrade acts Bulevar, fronted by later Bajaga i Instruktori vocalist and solo singer Dejan Cukić, which released two albums, "Loš i mlad" (1981) and "Mala noćna panika" (1982), Piloti, which released albums "Piloti" (1981) and "Dvadeset godina" (1982) before disbanding, turning towards pop rock after their 1987 reunion, and Kozmetika, which released only one album, "Kozmetika" (1983), and Novi Sad act Čista Proza, which released only one album, "Čista Proza" (1983). Initial works of the bands Laki Pingvini and Zana were new wave-oriented, but these acts later moved towards more commercial pop rock and synthpop. During the early 1980s, new wave influences were present in the works of Grupa I, Du Du A, Pekinška Patka, Kontraritam, Doktor Spira i Ljudska Bića, La Strada, Obojeni Program and Gjurmët, as well as in the works of some acts that gained popularity in the 1970s, most notably Slađana Milošević and Laboratorija Zvuka.
On October 2010, it was announced that during the following month the band would release the seventh studio and twelfth official band release "Prosta proza", featuring the single "Tačka" ("Full Stop"), previously released on the Internet for streaming and digital download as the first single The material to be released, featuring the tracks written since 1996, consists of thirteen out of thirty six new songs the band have so far recorded.
After the disbandment of Čista Proza, Ćirić opened a studio in Novi Sad and having worked as a producer with acts such as KUD Idijoti, Partibrejkers and Instant Karma, he moved to Netherlands where he worked with numerous bands, also being the Motörhead sound technician for a while. Pilipović started working as a judge in Novi Sad, Bakoš moved to Vienna and became a businessman, and Mijučić founded a marketing company.
Dubravka Ugrešić is also a literary scholar who has published articles on Russian avant-garde literature, and a scholarly book on Russian contemporary fiction "Nova ruska proza" (New Russian Fiction). She has edited anthologies, such as "Pljuska u ruci" ("A Slap in the Hand"), co-edited nine volumes of "Pojmovnik ruske avangarde" ("Glossary of Russian avant-garde"), and translated writers such as Boris Pilnyak and Danil Kharms (from Russian into Croatian). She is also the author of three books for children.
On June 1987, Banjac, as guitarist and vocalist, reformed Amajlija with bassist Zoran "Gera" Gerić and drummer Zoran "Petrija" Petrić. Owing to the band manager Dragan Veljkovski, the band performed as an opening act on the Vojvodina tours of the bands Film, Kerber and Griva. At the time, the band wrote their first hit songs, "Požuri druže" and "Dobar drug", recorded at the Bukovac Barbaro studio by Banjac, who previously dissolved the current Amajlija lineup, with guitarist Zoran "Anka" Ančić and sound engineer Milan Ćirić, a former Čista Proza member.
During the mid-1981, following a dispute between the band members of the band La Strada and the departure of the bassist Boris Oslovčan "Bora" and guitarist Predrag Ostojić, the band, at the time featuring Slobodan Tišma (guitar, vocals) and Ivan Fece "Firchie" (drums), was joined by the former Pekinška Patka member Zoran Bulatović "Bale" as the new bassist. At the time, the band was preparing for a three-date mini tour, including Novi Sad, Pančevo and Belgrade, organized by the Muzička Omladina concert agency, with the bands Lačni Franz, Čista Proza and Fotomodeli. Despite being well accepted at the performances, the band ceased to exist.
He was educated in Split, Zagreb and Vienna and spent some time as high school professor in Split before going to Hamburg and Vienna to pursue career in theatre. He died in Zagreb. Begović wrote stories and novels, but he is best known for plays he wrote in 1920 and 1930. The best known titles are "Pustolov pred vratima" (Adventurer at the Door) and comedy "Amerikanska jahta u splitskoj luci" (American Yacht in Split Harbour). He also wrote the lyrics for a famous Croatian opera "Ero s onoga svijeta". In 1942, he edited "Hrvatska proza XX. stoljeća", a collection of contemporary Croatian writers.
Ondrusz was born in the village of Darków to a coal miner. He graduated from a Polish grammar school in Fryštát and later from teachers' seminary in Ostrava. After World War II Ondrusz taught at the Polish school in Darkov and wrote several schoolbooks for Polish schools in Zaolzie. He also co-founded magazines for children, "Jutrzenka" and "Ogniwo". He was an active member of PZKO (Polish Cultural and Educational Union) and also became active in the Polish scouting in Czechoslovakia. He earned a doctorate in 1972 for his thesis "Proza ludowa Śląska Cieszyńskiego 1845-1970" ("Folk Prose of Cieszyn Silesia 1845-1970").