1. Mihajlović, Jasmina. Prilog za bibliografiju Milorada Pavića, Beograd, Prosveta, 1991, str. 231-305. (published separately and as part of a book: „Anahoret u Njujorku“ in Sabrana dela, Beograd, Prosveta, 1990). (Content: list of all works by M. Pavic - belles-lettres, translations of literary, scientific and theoretical works, chronological bibliography of literary works published in newspapers and magazines and collected works 1964-1990, chronologically arranged literature on M. Pavic 1952-1990)
In his fatherland Pavić was accepted in the best way from the very moment he published Dictionary of the Khazars. The first review of that „book of the future“ anticipated a lot of things critic will have later to say: „This wonder of a book is at one and the same time a novel, a collection of stories, a book of verse, a historical study, a cabalistic handbook, in short – absolute literature“ (Raša Livada).
- Kordić, Radoman. Postmodernistička ukrštenica. Milorad Pavić: Predeo slikan čajem i Hazarski rečnik, Književna kritika, Beograd, mart-april 1989, XX, 2, str. 69-85.
- Kordić, Radoman. Postmodernistička ukrštenica. Milorad Pavić: Predeo slikan čajem i Hazarski rečnik / A Post-Modernist Crossword. Milorad Pavić: Landscape Painted With Tea and Dictionary of the Khazars, Književna kritika, Beograd, March-April 1989, XX, 2, pp. 69-85.
by Jasmina Mihajlović
Robert Coover, well-known American writer and Professor at Brown University (New York), in his text The End of Books (The New York Times, June 21,1992) which may be called programmatic in a specific way, as well as in his larger article entitled Hyperficion – Novels for the Computer (The New York Times, August 29,1993) speaks about a phenomenon which appeared in America inside post modernism and spread in Europe and Japan.
- Književnost / Literature, Beograd, November 1988, 11. (The Biography of M. Pavic, written by Radovan Popović: Da li pisac Hazarskog rečnika postoji? / Does the author of „Dictionary of the Khazars“ really exist?; as well as articles by the following authors: Predrag Palavestra, Pavle Zorić, Draško Redjep, Sava Babić, Mladen Srdjan Volarević, Boris Grojs).