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His father Sterija meaning "star" in Greek , after whom he was nicknamed,  was a Greek merchant. After he finished his studies , he worked as a professor, and from , when he passed his bar examination, he returned to his hometown where he first taught Latin , then opened his law practice. In he went to Kragujevac to study at the pedagogic school of natural law.
He was appointed head of the Ministry of Education by the constitutional government in His continued disagreement with the leading politicians of the day and ill health would soon force him to withdraw from public life. With good reason he has been given the name "the father of Serbian drama". Following the example of the great French and German tragedians, he described events from the history of the Serbian people.
His comedian talent has created strong and great literary works, which are even greater because it was, in fact, Sterija who paved the way to the Serbian comedy in general. His comedy Beograd nekad i sad which describes the environment of 19th century Belgrade was published in The last comedy Sterija wrote was the satire Rodoljupci.
He did not print this important comedy at all, so it remained in manuscript long after his death. Sterija found the inspiration for this comedy in the revolutionary events of — They bring a very rich gallery of characters. He laid the foundation of the modern Serbian school system and he was the author of many textbooks.
Škrtac Jean Baptiste Poquelin Moliere