Sima Pandurović was a Serbian poet, part of the Symbolist movement in European poetry at the time. He was one of the founders of the Moderna movement in Serbian poetry. Young Pandurović was educated at Belgrade’s Grande École, and after a brief experience at teaching determined to devote himself to literature, writing poetry and criticism for literary magazines, particularly Misao, which he founded shortly after the war. At the beginning of the 20th century, he joined “the poets of pessimism” – Milan Rakić and Vladislav Petković Dis – then under the influences of Charles Baudelaire and Edgar Allan Poe.
About Sima Pandurovic
Serbian Symbolist and Moderna poet who is known for Okovane Slogove (published in 1918) and other works.
He was a literary critic for a publication called The Bosnian Muse.
He served in the Serbian army and became an Austro-Hungarian prisoner of war in 1915.
He was born into a family in Belgrade and studied at the city’s Grande Ecole.
He was a member of an early twentieth-century group of pessimistic authors that included fellow Serbian poet Milan Rakic.
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