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Momčilo "Momo" Kapor (Serbian Cyrillic: Момо Капор; 8 April 1937, Sarajevo, Kingdom of Yugoslavia – 3 March 2010, Belgrade, Serbia[1]) was a Serbian novelist,[2] painter[3], and short story writer.[4]. Several successful films have been based upon his novels.

Kapor was born in Sarajevo in 1937 and graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade in 1961. He was a member of the "Committee to Protect the Truth of Radovan Karadžić"[3] and was a defence witness at Slobodan Milošević's trial at the ICTY Tribunal.[5]

Works

  • Foliranti, 1975.
  • Provincijalac, 1976.
  • Ada, 1977.
  • Lanjski snegovi, 1977.
  • Hej, nisam ti to pričala, 1978.
  • Zoe, 1978.
  • Beleške jedne Ane (hronika u 26 glava), 1978.
  • Skitam i pričam: putopisni dnevnik, 1979.
  • 101 priča, 1980.
  • Una: ljubavni roman, 1981.
  • Onda, 1982.
  • Sentimentalno vaspitanje, 1983.
  • Knjiga žalbi, 1984.
  • 011-Istok-Zapad, 1990.
  • Halo, Beograd, 1990.
  • Dama skitnica i off priče, 1992.
  • Zelena čoja Montenegra, 1992.
  • Blokada 011, 1992.
  • 100 nedelja blokade, 1994.
  • Lero – kralj leptira, 1995.
  • Poslednji let za Sarajevo, 1995.
  • Hronika izgibljenog grada, 1996.
  • Od sedam do tri, 1996.
  • Smrt ne boli: priče iz poslednjeg rata, 1997.
  • Najbolje godine i druge priče, 1997.
  • Ivana, 2001.
  • Legenda o Taboru, 2002.
  • Sanja, 2003.
  • Luvar adrese
  • Dosije Šlomović
  • Konte
  • Lep dan za umiranje
  • Ljubavne priče
  • Samac
  • Uspomene jednog crtača
  • Eldorado
  • Putopis kroz biografiju

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