David Albahari Net Worth
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1,67m.*This information was provided by Shawn Lew, 41 years old. Job: (Gambreler). From Jamestown, Kentucky.
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67kg.**This information was provided by Sigismundo Salvini, 52 years old. Job: (Supervisor, Electrical Repair And Telephone Line Maintenance). From Bridgeport, California.
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David Albahari information
Birth date and age[BOD]: March 15, 1948
The place of birth (POB): Pec, Serbia, Yugoslavia
Profession: Writer, Assistant Director, Director
Education:University of BelgradeAwards:NIN Award
David Albahari (pronounced [d?v?id albax?ri], Serbian Cyrillic: Давид Албахари, born in 15 March 1948) is a Serbian writer of Jewish origin, residing in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Albahari writes mainly novels and short stories. He is also an established translator from English into Serbian. He is a member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. He graduated from the University of Belgrade.Born in Pe?, SFR Yugoslavia, Albahari published the first collection of short stories ", Porodi?no vreme", (Family Time) in 1973. He became better known to wider audience in 1982 with a volume ", Opis smrti", (Description of Death) for which he got Ivo Andri? award. In 1991 he became the chair of the Federation of Jewish Communes of Yugoslavia, and worked on evacuation of the Jewish population from besieged Sarajevo. In 1994, he moved with his family to Calgary in the Canadian province of Alberta, where he still lives. He continues to write and publish in the Serbian language.In the late 1980s, Albahari initiated the first formal petition to legalize marijuana in Yugoslavia.His books were translated into several languages and six of them are available in English: Words Are Something Else (1996), Tsing (1997), Bait (2001), Gotz and Meyer (2003, UK) (2005, US), Snow Man (2005), and Leeches (2011).In 2012 he was awarded the Vilenica Prize. He also received the following awards: Ivo Andri? Award (1982), Stanislav Vinaver Award (1993), NIN Prize (1996), National Library of Serbia Award for bestseller (1996), International Balkanika Award (1996), Bridge Berlin Award (1998) and City of Belgrade Award (2005).Albahari has been contributing to Geist magazine.