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Krlezian type of modern artist and an intellectual in the novel the return of Filip Latinovic
International University of Novi Pazar

emailkemal.dzemic@uninp.edu.rs
Keywords: Krleža; intellectual; modernism; novel on artist; existentialism
Abstract
The author in this paper deals with the phenomenon of an intellectual and artist in one of the leading South Slavic modern writer's, Miroslav Krleža's, novel, The Return of Filip Latinović. European modern aesthetic streams in the literature of the 20th century will have strong influences on the South Slavic literature, particularly in regard to the introduction of a thinking man within the structure of the prose work, where he is achieved as the main protagonist of the action based on modern poetic and aesthetic procedures. Modernization of South Slavic contemporary literature will become in this manner an important cohesion and organic part of recent European literature, which makes a clearturn away from the artistic treatment of the outward manifested-objective world towards the inner, rich, psychologically layered and unexplored world of the heroes. The appearance of Miroslav Krleža as a mature and modern Croatian, South Slavic and European writer will significantly strengthen the modern aesthetic streams in the South Slavic interliterary community. The artist and the intellectual Filip Latinović is a peculiar Krležian thinking existence, an urbanofob, who is torn and pursued by an Oedipal complex, and the inability to find the meaning of existence and identity thread in his Kostanjevac Pannonian mud that would save him from the contemplative hopelessness of a lost and disoriented man. The artist and intellectual Filip is just one of the characters of the rich Krležian gallery of artists characters who unsuccessfully search for their own identity in a dehumanized societal environment in which they are disappointed and unhappy.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Original Scientific Paper
DOI: 10.5937/univmis1716047D
published in SCIndeks: 12/04/2018