18061891, Apr 30
a Serbian poet born in Austrian Empire. Misunderstood, largely forgotten and often considered a marginal figure in Serbian poetry, criticized for his cryptic style littered with incomprehensible words and obscure metaphors, Koder was nevertheless a unique phenomenon in the 19th century Serbian literature, sometimes cited as the first Serbian modernist. In 1852, Serbian magazine Svetovid, from Timisoara, published two Koder's poems: Grlica (Turtle Dove) and Leptir (Butterfly). In September 1858 he had almost completed his master poem, Romoranka, for which he unsuccessfully tried to organize a public reading in Belgrade.
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