Milica JakovljeviÄ Mir-Jam: The Most Popular Serbian Writer of Romance Novels
Milica JakovljeviÄ Mir-Jam was a Serbian writer who wrote romance novels between the two world wars. She was born in 1887 in Jagodina and died in 1952 in Belgrade. She published 14 novels and several short stories under the pen name Mir-Jam. Her novels are characterized by an exciting plot, a sentimental tone and a traditional style. They depict the lives and loves of women in the patriarchal society of Serbia in the early 20th century.
Some of her most famous novels are Ranjeni orao (The Wounded Eagle), Nepobedivo srce (The Invincible Heart), Izdanci Å umadije (The Offspring of Å umadija), Otmica muÅkarca (The Abduction of a Man), Samo ljubav (Only Love) and Greh njene majke (The Sin of Her Mother). Her novels have been adapted into several TV series and movies, and have been reprinted many times. They still attract a wide audience of readers who enjoy her romantic stories.
If you want to read some of her novels, you can download them for free in PDF format from various websites. Here are some links to download her novels:
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Milica JakovljeviÄ Mir-Jam was not only a writer, but also a journalist, a teacher and a translator. She worked for several newspapers and magazines, such as Politika, Vreme, Åenski svet and Ilustrovana politika. She also taught French and German at a girls' school in Belgrade. She translated some works of French and German authors, such as Guy de Maupassant, HonorÃ de Balzac, Gustave Flaubert and Thomas Mann.
She was married twice, but both marriages ended in divorce. She had no children of her own, but she adopted a girl named Vera. She lived a modest and lonely life, devoted to her writing and her readers. She died of a heart attack in 1952, at the age of 65. She was buried in the New Cemetery in Belgrade, next to her father and brother.
Her novels have been criticized by some literary critics for being too sentimental, melodramatic and conservative. They have also been accused of being influenced by foreign models, such as the French feuilleton and the German trivial literature. However, her novels have also been praised by some critics for being realistic, authentic and original. They have been recognized as valuable documents of the social and cultural history of Serbia in the interwar period. They have also been appreciated for their psychological insight, their humor and their language. 29c81ba772