[Free Read] Kiklop by Ranko Marinković author Ranko Marinković

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Roman čija se radnja zbiva u zagrebačkoj sredini uoči Drugog svjetskog rata i na njegovu početku a u središtu autorova interesa su krugovi intelektualaca poluintelektualaca i umjetnika izbezumljenost i izgubljenost čitave jedne generacije Glavni lik Melkior novinski je kritičar koji proživljava mučne dane očekujući poziv u vojsku i trapeći se pritom teškim p. The historical tomorrow and when men discovered the divine power of matter it came to reign over them confusing their minds blighting their lives and then swallowing itself and turning into a Force which destroyed all laws and there is now not a single consciousness left that could proclaim it stupid in the name of HegelRanko Marinkovic s Cyclops is likely my favorite novel of the year It is a Ulysses of Zagreb in 1940 with the howl of War in the air A theatre critic fears for the future and pines for a certain beauty he ignores her particulars and ascribes her a mythic persona The critic worries about conscription and notes how his weight plummets His paranoid caprice continues apace on a story about castaways imprisoned by cannibalsThe Joycean delight takes a number of dark turns The narrative rests in purgatory a Catch 22 for the Damned It returns to Zagreb as the Wehrmacht are poised to invade Yugoslavia What unfolds is a bizarre variation on the Ithaca episode The novel would ve benefited from footnotes especially towards the Serbo Croat literary references Despite my minor ualm Cyclops is a staggering work

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Lazi Duh mu je zaokupljen pitanjima o krivnji budućnosti i ljudožderstvu Ubrzo nakon što je ipak regrutiran dospijeva u bolnicu a potom u ludnicu ali uskoro biva pušten i iz vojske i iz ludnice Nakon izlaska ophrva ga još veća praznina i strah a njegova duševna i duhovna dezintegriranost kulminira kad rat već bjesni a njegov prijatelj Maestro počini samoubojstvo. Second time I read Kiklop An absolutely amazing book Takes a lot of Shakespeare knowledge to fully appreciate it though But it is nevertheless a charming and not too aggressively erudite read which is than one can say about Krle a s novels for example

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Ostom ne bi li tako postigavši iscrpljenost i asteniju izbjegao regrutaciju Kreće se središtem Zagreba posjećujući svoju redakciju određene kavane i ljubavnicu Enku te boraveći u podstanarskoj sobici Sa svojim uglavnom novinarskim društvom on provodi noći u pijanim i ciničkim raspravama Zaljubljen je u izvjesnu Vivijanu koja ima mnoge ljubavnike ali njega zaobi. This is supposed to be one of the most important Croatian modernist novels and I can see why It is so multi layered and interwined that it is really a polyphonous cacophony of voices Characters are very outable and psychology behind them is explored to the deapths All characters are somewhat grotesue and degenerated in one way or the other At some point you begin to uestion the sanity of the main character but you are not really sure is he insane or are everyone around him insane so he just looks insane Therefore you start uestioning everything he says Forther dialogues feel so real and yet they are so grotesue Everyone who thinks this is just an anti war novel needs to think again This book is essentially anti people anti society in general Society is presented as a degenerated carnival madhouse and that reading experience is sometimes hillarious and sometimes frightening


10 thoughts on “Kiklop by Ranko Marinković

  1. says:

    The historical tomorrow and when men discovered the divine power of matter it came to reign over them confusing their minds blighting their lives and then swallowing itself and turning into a Force which destroyed all laws and there is now not

  2. says:

    i had a lot to say about this book when i finished it 3 weeks ago but then i didn't log onto this site and forgot what i was going to type because i'm fat stupid and short of breath sort of reminded my of celine i guess but also other stuff anyway if you're interested in european modernism then czech this out haha he's really a croat tho

  3. says:

    I simply could not get into this book

  4. says:

    When I was in 1st grade of high school the older ones were saying to me that this book is so tough to read and I always thought Oh my what's waiting for me?# Then came my turn to read this book HonestlyI totally enjoyed since the first page I used to read so many books about the life during the WW2 in some big cities like Paris London etc but finally I found the first book which place and rime of action were situated i

  5. says:

    Reflected in the pale glass window among the shoes on display was Melkior's thin unprepossessing silhouette a poorly built city dweller The slanting image reflected in the shop window triggered a crafty sneer ins

  6. says:

    This is supposed to be one of the most important Croatian modernist novels and I can see why It is so multi layered and interwined that it is really a polyphonous cacophony of voices Characters are very outable and psychology behind them is explored to the deapths All characters are somewhat grotesue and degenerated in one way or the other At some point you begin to uestion the sanity of the main character but you are

  7. says:

    Second time I read Kiklop An absolutely amazing book Takes a lot of Shakespeare knowledge to fully appreciate it though But it is nevertheless a charming and not too aggressively erudite read which is than one can say about Krleža's novels for example

  8. says:

    Cyclops was originally published in Croatia It takes place in Zagreb and could easily be compared to Ulysses the Odyssey and even Hamlet Marinković captures the essence of the crowds the shysters and seedy neighborhoods H

  9. says:

    This is possibly the most extraordinary work of literature ever written

  10. says:

    Ne moš'

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