Glorija i druge drame
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The center of the story is the impossible love between a priest and nun, and the conflict of religious life and secular life.

Shortly after the Second World War, in a small parish in Dalmatia priests are trying to break the monotony of small town and one of the youngest, Don Jere, devises a way to strengthen the faith of the people.He thinks that it would be good to replace...more
Hardcover, 526 pages
Published 2009 by Školska knjiga
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Iva
Čitala Gloriju, koja me se nije posebno dojmila, tema za mene osobno nezanmiljiva, ali me je zato drama Albatros oduševila.
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Možda bi bilo najjednostavnije reći ovo---Marinković je odličan pisac, ima onaj sirovi talent za pisanje koji je ponekad toliko bitan. Njegovi likovi su ljudski, uvjerljivi, zanimljivi, a on uvijek uspije zaviriti u ono što je najintimije u čovjeku, ponekad sa nekim ironijskim odmakom, a ponekad čini mi se ipak sa nekakvim suosjećanjem.

Glorija mi je jedna od najboljih drama hrvatske književnosti, obrađuje s mnogo dinamike i duha sukob ideala i stvarnosti, pojedinca i društva, religije i osobe,...more
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Teatar u teatru, okršaj sa religioznošću i religijskim fantzmama, sveštenik i djevojka koja radi u cirkusu, pitanje identiteta, igranje uloga... jedan od najboljih časova vježbi iz Hrvatske književnosti 3.
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Ranko Marinković (22 February 1913 – 28 January 2001) was a Croatian novelist and dramatist.

Born in Komiža on the island of Vis (then a part of Austria-Hungary), Marinković's childhood was marked by World War I. He later earned a degree in philosophy from the University of Zagreb. In the 1930s, he began to make his name in Zagreb literary circles with his plays and stories.

His career was interrupt...more
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