a Serbian writer and playwright who is best remembered for the popular play about Stefan UroŇ° V of Serbia. Stefan Stefanovi?, who lived and worked in Novi Sad and Budapest, is said to have been only nineteen years of age when he wrote the 1826 tragic drama "Death of UroŇ° V the Last Serbian Tsar." Stefanovi? read German authors in the original language and translated them into modern Serbian. He was an ardent admirer of Friedrich Schiller. He preferred a life of study and writing to the military service in which his peers were distinguished. He basically lived all his life in Novi Sad where he was born and Pest, Hungary, where he studied. There his time was also spent in literary pursuits, however short it turned out to be.
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