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Miroslav Krleža and the emigrant "Hrvatska revija"


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Štajminger, Ivona. (2017). Miroslav Krleža and the emigrant "Hrvatska revija". Diploma Thesis. Filozofski fakultet u Zagrebu, Department of Croatian Language and Literature. [mentor Brešić, Vinko].

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The paper deals with the research of the attitude of the Croatian emigration towards Miroslav Krleža (1893-1981) in the texts appearing in "Hrvatska revija" (Eng. Croatian Review; 1951-1990). After introducing the most important knowledge about the life and work of Miroslav Krleža and the role of "Hrvatska revija", the magazine which was gathering writers and intelectuals outside their homeland, all contributions from authors who wrote about Krleža were chronologically presented, analyzed and interpreted. The essays of two contributors to "Revija", Bogdan Radica and Vinko Grubišić, present the attitude towards one of the greatest Croatian writers of the 20th century. For them, as well as for the most of the contributors of "Revija", Krleža did not use his undoubted political power in the national interest, and therefore caused damage to his nation. Despite the negative attitude and the unified disapproval of the so-called silence of Krleža during and after the war, most of the writers in "Revija" appreciate Krleža as a writer and mostly do not question his importance in the national literature and culture. These views of the majority of emigrant writers did not change even after Krleža's death.

Item Type: Diploma Thesis
Uncontrolled Keywords: Miroslav Krleža, Hrvatska revija, emigrant literature
Subjects: Slavic languages and literatures > Croatian language and literature
Departments: Department of Croatian Language and Literature
Supervisor: Brešić, Vinko
Date Deposited: 12 Feb 2018 13:25
Last Modified: 12 Feb 2018 13:25

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