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Philip Latinowicz is a successful but disillusioned painter who returns to his hometown after an absence of twenty three years He hopes that revisiting his roots will inspire him to create the perfect work of art and thereby restore his faith in both art and life Haunted by his troubled childhood, however, he falls in with shady characters and discovers the emotional, inPhilip Latinowicz is a successful but disillusioned painter who returns to his hometown after an absence of twenty three years He hopes that revisiting his roots will inspire him to create the perfect work of art and thereby restore his faith in both art and life Haunted by his troubled childhood, however, he falls in with shady characters and discovers the emotional, intellectual, and imaginative poverty of his own background.


  • Title: The Return of Philip Latinowicz
  • Author: Miroslav Krleža Stuart Morgan Zora Depolo
  • ISBN: 9780810112452
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Hardcover

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Miroslav Krleža Stuart Morgan Zora Depolo

A leading Croatian writer and a figure in cultural life of both Yugoslav states, the Kingdom 1918 1941 and the Republic 1945 until his death in 1981 He has often been proclaimed as the greatest Croatian writer of the 20th century.



Comments The Return of Philip Latinowicz

  • Valentina Markasović

    2016 reading challenge - a classic from the 20th centuryOf Croatian literature, in this caseI lowered the rating from 4 to 3 stars because, despite it being a classic and the first Croatian modern novel blah blah blah, I remember how much I hated making myself read it. The plot isn't bad and it gets better towards the end, but the first part of the book is too dis-chronological and my head hurt.Also I do not think dis-chronological is a legitimate word, but I'm too lazy to look up the alternativ [...]


  • Cliff

    I really, really love novels of becoming and returning (see The Moon and the Bonfires) since they tend to demonstrate gorgeously tragic oppositions of modernity versus tradition. This is a good example of that. This book in particular contains some of the most apt descriptions I've ever read about how exceedingly hard it is for others to feel the same spark you have for your passions and your thoughts; you must shamelessly promote and risk coming off as a conceited high-falutin' braggart or else [...]


  • Matea

    I'm never, ever, ever reading this again.


  • Deva4eva

    Užas. Puno nabacanih, besmislenih rečenica pisanih kvaziintelektualnim stilom. Praktički nema radnje, likovi su jednodimenzionalni, dosadni i do zla boga pričljivi, no svi zajedno ne mogu sročiti jednu inteligentnu rečenicu.


  • June

    I read this because it was a favorite of Sartre. I don't think we have the same taste in literature


  • Vatroslav Herceg

    Nedorađeno i zapravo nedovršeno djelo. Primjerice prebrzo se odvija zbližavanje Bobočke i Filipa. Sama Bobočka nije dovoljno psihološki produbljena. Lik rastrganog intelektualca i njegovu životnu sudbinu daleko bolje stvaraju, psihološki karakteriziraju Ulderiko Donadini ili Ivo Kozarčanin. Krleža je kao čovjek bio ljigavac koji se uvaljivao u guzicu moćnicima te je isključivo radi onoga što obični narod zove politika smatran tako dobar i cijenjen pisac.Žalosno je da se pored Don [...]


  • Andreas D

    While the first half of the book seems as rather difficult and confusing,second half comes as a great reward and culmination. Implications of this plot and main character are relatable to everyday's life. Also the scenes from Filip's life are brilliantly composed.


  • Tihana

    I barely found material to give it 2 stars.


  • Jovo Autonomašević

    A curious but classic book, which I've read twice. It's a trip into the stifling and stuffy world of provincial Habsburg aristocracy, their endless intrigues, backbiting, and attempts to move up the foodchain and avoid the fate worse than death - having to work for a living. How such a society is ultimately doomed to self-destruction, and how hard it is for anyone born into it to live a normal life without emigrating. Interesting parallels with today's HDZ, the dominant political party in Croati [...]


  • Pia Margić

    HR; Povratak Filipa Latinovivza je klasično djelo hrvatske književnosti jednog od najpoznatijih autora, uvršteno u obveznu srednjoškolsku lektiru i državnu maturu.Iako teže za shvatiti, ne bi trebalo predstavljati problem tipičnom čitaču niti srednjoškolcu.Djelo (čija je radnja u Hrvata opća kultura) za tematiku uzima život i dilemu jednog muškog lika koji predstavlja svoj život i odnos s majkom koja se predstavlja kao udovica njegova oca, iako je okolina ilitiga "komšiluk" vidi [...]


  • Ana Pavelić

    Gledano u retrospekciji, ovaj roman se ne čini kao da bi bio loš. Naprotiv- povratak umjetnika kod kojeg je manjak volje i inspiracije doveo do preispitivanja identiteta i smisla života- čini se kao zanimljivo djelo. Pogrešno. Prateći vizualne, olfaktivne, taktilne i auditivne pjesničke slike koje nam je Krleža svojom prebogatom tehnikom deskripcije pokušao dočarati (moglo bi se reći da graniči s intelektualnim hvalisanjem), razvukao je radnju do te mjere da mi je među silnim, rasko [...]


  • Tena

    I'm seriously becoming tired of these books about pseudo-intellectuals and artists who are oh-so-smart and don't fit in anywhere; are constantly sad and depressed about everything, and eventually fall for a woman who is pretty much a whore. If I had wanted to induce a depression, I'd have probably read this or just have re-read Proust, because nothing depresses me more than empty philosophy and endless descriptions and digressions from the plot, which doesn't really exist, either.Krleža, you we [...]


  • Speranca

    The book started off well. I thought I might like it, but at one point it just became a drag. I do like descriptions, but Krleza just goes too far with it in this book. The whole story seemed like it was written by someone who needs to deal with personal issues (I guess that was the point, but somehow for me in this case, it didn't work). The only picture I am left with after reading this work is moldSo the book was just OK for me.


  • l.

    I can see the merit in it but it has dated poorly imo.


  • Mirjana Đ.

    Jedna od meni najgorih, ako ne i najgora, srednjoškolska lektira.


  • ✶ Tia ✶

    Možda preteška literatura za lektiru, no definitivno roman vrijedan čitanja.


  • Mike Dalmays

    Krleža's books would have been more interesting, if they were written in some other genre or style.


  • Sid

    "ostao je dalje mrk i neraspoložen." to je to. to je cijeli romanlip ne govori, filipu je dosadno, filip je anksiozan, filip je melankoličan, filip ne spava, filip samo puši. bitch me too, the fuck. nisi tak poseban znam kak mi je uspjelo ne pročitati latinovicza tijekom srednje i faksa ( a to studiram), al drago mi je, jer da mi je ovo prvo krležino djelo koje čitam vjerojatno bi bilo jedino krležino djelo koje sam pročitala. nije to tak loše, al definitivno nije najbolji krležin roma [...]


  • Katarina

    HRV: Interesantna i zanimljiva, učršćuje Krležu kao najboljeg hrvatskog pisca.ENG: Interesting and compelling, it secures Krleža as one of Croatia's best writers. This was actually my matura essay, which I might one day write into this review, if I'm bored enough.


  • Eija

    Uskomattoman huono käännös englannin kautta.


  • Dora

    Absolutely stunning, one of the best croatian novels.


  • kraeras

    kyriales me dokrajčio.


  • Edin Selimović

    Preskočite i poštedite se zijevanja.


  • • Domeniko •

    3.60


  • Nika

    Seriously?


  • Tomislav Cvrtnjak

    "Tako je krenuo i tako sada sjedi tu u kaptolskoj kavani i, kao dimnjegove cigarete, oko njega kolutaju se pramenovi umornog snatrenja o prolaznosti čovjekau prostoru i u vremenu, i o tome kako je životna stvarnost neshvatljivo ogromnaspram ovakve trepetljive pojave, koja se zove subjekt, i nekih sitnih, posve neznatnih,izvan subjekta nepostojećih detalja, koji sačinjavaju spoznajne krugove ovakvog subjekta,koji i sam nije drugo nego detalj u nizu detalja, a sve je zapravo neko ogromno kreta [...]


  • Iris

    "Što bi čovjek gluhima tumačio glazbu?"


  • Antonio Gallo

    Il "mistero" di questa etichetta sta nel fatto che questo libro porta questa dedica: "Un libro speciale per un "Content Manager" speciale" firmato Luisa. (dicembre 2003)". A quell'epoca ero "Content Manager" di un sito che aveva il nome di "Biblio-net". Lo gestivo insieme al suo giovane fondatore, un bulgaro - italiano di nome Orlin. Sul portale c'era un frequentatissimo forum dedicato alla lettura. Luisa era una assidua frequentarice, ricordo solo questo. I libri fanno anche questo Ci sarà mo [...]


  • Pip

    I found this a fascinating read. The lack of much of a plot was more intriguing than annoying. Characters were introduced and then dropped. I kept wondering, for example, what had happened to Philip's mother when he became obsessed with the "elderly" Bobocka (aged 40) but she turned up again at the end to reveal the question of who Philip's father was. It turned out to be Dr Liepach, whom she was planning to marry. He had been appointed District High Commissioner and ended up in Kostanjevec afte [...]


  • Maurizio Manco

    "Sono già diciotto milioni di anni che camminiamo sulle zampe posteriori e siamo ancora quasi tutti quadrupedi! E cosa vuol dire saper leggere e scrivere se scriviamo già da cinquantamila anni ma solo ogni cento nasce qualcuno che sa scrivere davvero, e nessuno lo legge?" (p. 60)


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