The Return of Philip Latinowicz



The Return of Philip Latinowicz 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, Intellectual, And Imaginative Poverty Of His Own Background.

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  • Hardcover
  • 232 pages
  • The Return of Philip Latinowicz
  • Miroslav Krleža
  • English
  • 12 June 2017
  • 0810112450

10 thoughts on “The Return of Philip Latinowicz

  1. Valentina Markasović says:

    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...

  2. Matea says:

    I m never, ever, ever reading this again.

  3. Jovan Autonomašević says:

    A curious but classic book, which I ve read twice An artist returns home after 20 years abroad, to face up to the personal demons that send him into exile in the first place 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 int A curious but classic book, which I ve read twice An artist returns home after 20 years abroad, to face up to the personal demons that send him into exile in the first place 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 We see this world through the artist s eye, as despite himself he is constantly inspired by the coarse world around him to create new paintings, that capture the rawness of country life and elevate it to the eternal Interesting parallels with today s HDZ...

  4. Cliff says:

    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 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 s...

  5. Deva4eva says:

    U as Puno nabacanih, besmislenih re enica pisanih kvaziintelektualnim stilom Prakti ki nema radnje, likovi su jednodimenzionalni, dosadni i do zla boga pri ljivi, no svi zajedno ne mogu sro iti jednu inteligentnu re enicu.

  6. June says:

    I read this because it was a favorite of Sartre I don t think we have the same taste in literature

  7. Vatroslav Herceg says:

    Nedora eno i zapravo nedovr eno djelo Primjerice prebrzo se odvija zbli avanje Bobo ke i Filipa Sama Bobo ka nije dovoljno psiholo ki produbljena Lik rastrganog intelektualca i njegovu ivotnu sudbinu daleko bolje stvaraju, psiholo ki karakteriziraju Ulderiko Donadini ili Ivo Kozar anin Krle a je kao ovjek bio ljigavac koji se uvaljivao u guzicu mo nicima te je isklju ivo radi onoga to obi ni narod zove politika smatran tako dobar i cijenjen pisac alosno je da se pored Donadinija ili Koza Nedora eno i zapravo nedovr eno djelo Primjerice prebrzo se odvija zbli avanje Bobo ke i Filipa Sama Bobo ka nije dovoljno psiholo ki produbljena Lik rastrganog intelektualca i njegovu ivotnu sudbinu daleko bolje stvaraju, psiholo ki karakteriziraju Ulderiko Donadini ili Ivo Kozar anin Krle a je kao ovjek bio ljigavac koji se uvaljivao u guzicu mo nicima te je isklju ...

  8. Andreas D says:

    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.

  9. Tihana says:

    I barely found material to give it 2 stars.

  10. Sara says:

    It s a hard life, being an artist

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