University of Belgrade.
His most important novels are "Svadba", "Zlo proljeće", "Raskid", "Hajka", "Ratna sreća", and his masterpiece, "Lelejska gora". In his novels he depicted major events in modern history of Montenegro, World Wars in particular, and battling between partisans and chetniks. He died in Belgrade in 1992.
Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts]
He lived in Herceg-Novi and Belgrade, and was a member of both the Montenegrin and Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, whose vice-president he was. He was also a member of SKOJ and Communist Party.