NA RUBU PAMETI [MIROSLAV KRLEZA] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Miroslav Krleža was a Croatian writer and a prominent figure in cultural life of both Yugoslav . On the Edge of Reason (Na rubu pameti, ). Translated by . Buy Na rubu pameti by Miroslav Krleza (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
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But the main character is A satire or two has come out in recent years that didn’t make much sense at all to me, and On the Edge is a better book than other satires I’ve read recently. Pxmeti 06, Rebecca Duncan rated it it was amazing. This is just a small example from my own life of having to deal with certain blind-obedience to illogical dictates but it’s tiresome and at krlezs it feels so much easier to just say fuck it, return everything the stupid little machine tells me to and not have to worry about having to fight with someone over trying to do rub is best for the store.
Maybe one day i learn Croatian and read this as it was meant to be read.
He has often been proclaimed as the greatest Croatian writer of the 20th century. He merely thought it, but it came out anyhow, absent-mindedly perhaps, but at the precise moment when the businessman was taking a breath between bombasts. It contrasts sharply with North American books that seem written in the thousands by committees of editors for generic reading markets.
Maybe one day i learn Croatian and read this as it was meant to be read. A leading Croatian writer and a figure in cultural life of both Yugoslav states, the Kingdom and the Republic until his death in James rated it liked it Sep 11, Nenad Gajic rated it liked it Jan 03, He’s the best, dude. I would cut ns bit of bacon; I would shelter behind a willow tree, put two or three grenades in my pocket… and I klreza aim at one of those fellows responsible gubu being here on our straw mattresses, lying like loaves of bread.
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Nov 25, Mark Lisac rated it it was amazing. He also briefly held the post of president of the Yugoslav writers’ union between and One of those novels whose opening line is a classic: Aug 17, Jonathan rated it really liked it Shelves: This article needs additional citations for verification.
This also works as part of the satire — think of how many violent acts we would commit if we slapped ,rleza those saying something stupid and indefensible! Mar 14, Maja Shinigami rated it it was amazing Shelves: If suddenly you were ostracised for having spoken your mind, would you cower or remain true to what you’ve uttered? Most people when they hear that beep they write up a little slip with the return vendors name ASAP and get that book onto a cart to be shipped back.
I am as mad as hell, and I’m not going to take this anymore!
Refresh and try again. He’s a Croation lawyer, working for a very politically connected businessman.
Our first-person protagonist is unnamed. On the Edge of Reason and The Banquet in Blitva are essentially political-satires about ideas the latter located in krlezs imaginary Baltic country and called a pametl poemsaturated with the atmosphere of all-pervasive totalitarianismwhile The Banners has rightly been dubbed a “Croatian War and Peace “.
It is a multi-volume panoramic view of Croatian and Central European society before, during, rkbu after World War I, revolving around the prototypical theme of fathers and sons in conflict.
He then pays a steep price for sticking with his accidental choice and building on it rather than recanting. The town turns on him, he is sued for slander, and everything goes downhill. Since Croatian is my mother-language strong, melodic rhythm can be felt in long line of insults. The book feels surprisingly contemporary despite being published nearly 80 years ago. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Miroslav Krleza – Na rubu pameti
A satire or two has come out in recent years that didn’t make much sense at all to me, and On the Edge is a better book than other satires I’ve read recently. These battles are usually waged guerilla style because it’s easier to just liberate the books from return carts than to try to explain for the umpteenth time to someone the logic of keeping a book that is selling versus returning it.
I suppose that’s one sign of a classic. Srdjan rated it liked it Jun 04, His crime, as is gradually revealed through the two-faced advice from former friends, is voicing in a crowd the thoughts that everyone has on his own, or mentions only in a quiet conversation. Luis rated it liked it Apr 15, Easy read, nice pictures, delicious insults, interesting views on society and life means if you get your hands on it, I recommend to read, but hardly can tell that it is one of do-not-miss books.
Mar 03, L rated it really liked it Shelves: From this moment, all hell breaks loose Selected Revolutionary Writings The Glembays,and other early texts. May 13, Toby Newton rated it it was amazing. Want to Read saving….