His great-grandfather was a Venetian named Marco de Rocco, who moved to Dubrovnik in the Kingdom of Dalmatia and married a local woman. Aleksandar's grandfather, Jovan, came to Belgrade to be an art teacher. Deroko was also related to the famous Serbian writer Stevan Sremac — During his childhood years, his family lived in his great-uncles' house at Knez Mihailova Street , in the center of Belgrade. He was not a very good student in elementary and secondary school, in fact he barely managed to graduate. As he said in his biography, he preferred boating on the river Sava to studying.
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