WRITER

Branko Ćopić

1915 - 1984

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Branko Ćopić (pronounced [brǎːnkɔ t͡ɕɔ̂pit͡ɕ]; Serbian Cyrillic: Бранко Ћопић; 1 January 1915 – 26 March 1984) was a Serbian and Yugoslav writer.Remembered in former Yugoslavia as a writer of children stories from the school books, but also as a dissident and "heretic" who had to explain himself to the party bureaucracy because of his criticism of the revolution and post-war life, corrupted by the materialism of the "comrades", blossomed bureaucracy and sycophancy, which he despised. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Branko Ćopić has received more than 107,122 page views. His biography is available in 23 different languages on Wikipedia. Branko Ćopić is the 1,590th most popular writer (down from 1,390th in 2019), the 39th most popular biography from Bosnia and Herzegovina (down from 30th in 2019) and the 3rd most popular Bosnian, Herzegovinian Writer.

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Among WRITERS

Among writers, Branko Ćopić ranks 1,590 out of 5,794Before him are John Gay, James Bond, André Brink, Robert Southey, Johanna Schopenhauer, and Fritz Gerlich. After him are Neil Gaiman, Jonas Mekas, Rick Riordan, Edmond Hamilton, Peter Altenberg, and Táhirih.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1915, Branko Ćopić ranks 64Before him are László Csatáry, Thomas Huckle Weller, Marie-Louise von Franz, Robert, Archduke of Austria-Este, Santiago Carrillo, and Gyula Zsengellér. After him are Shogo Kamo, Takeshi Kamo, Peter Medawar, Thomas Merton, Abba Eban, and Jacques Chaban-Delmas. Among people deceased in 1984, Branko Ćopić ranks 59Before him are Andy Kaufman, Yigael Yadin, Kim Sung-gan, Raoul Salan, Motoo Tatsuhara, and Mark W. Clark. After him are Lee Krasner, Richard Brautigan, Marcel Janco, Jerzy Popiełuszko, Rodrigo Lara, and Eduardo De Filippo.

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In Bosnia and Herzegovina

Among people born in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Branko Ćopić ranks 39 out of 281Before him are Miroslav Filipović (1915), Bekim Fehmiu (1936), Catherine of Bosnia (1425), Stjepan Vukčić Kosača (1404), Ljupko Petrović (1947), and Mate Boban (1940). After him are Bakir Izetbegović (1956), Safet Sušić (1955), Milan Galić (1938), David Elazar (1925), Hadım Sinan Pasha (1459), and Vaso Čubrilović (1897).

Among WRITERS In Bosnia and Herzegovina

Among writers born in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Branko Ćopić ranks 3Before him are Ivo Andrić (1892) and Meša Selimović (1910). After him are Petar Kočić (1877), Mak Dizdar (1917), Jovan Dučić (1871), Predrag Matvejević (1932), Umihana Čuvidina (1794), Abaz Arslanagić (1944), Miljenko Jergović (1966), Dževad Karahasan (1953), and Zlata Filipović (1980).