The works and some shorter literary essays written in Oriental languages by Bosnian and Herzegovinian Muslims which are kept in Herzegovina Archive in Mostar
The writer of the article has analysed eight manuscripts which are written by authors born in Bosnia and Herzegovina and which are a part of the collection of Oriental manuscripts of Herzegovina Archive in Mostar. The article also deals with 15 shorter essays written by Bosnian and Herzegovinian authors, many of whom were unknown for the science until now. The date revaled are very helpful in making complete our knowledge about some writers, rather forgotten in the recent past. This work covers also all the notes found in the Herzegovina Archive which are supplying us with new details about cultural and scientific history of Muslims in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
While analysing the works of Sheik Yuyo and Ibrahim Opijač the author of the article also dealt completely with the literary works of our national writers found in the library of this institution.