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Summary (en)

Prigovor Ministarstvu kulture Republike Hrvatske
An objection to the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia

Suvremena književnost

Contemporary literature
Dubravko Jelačić Bužimski
Lažna priča Ulderika Donadinija i ostale krivotvorine
Ulderiko Donadini's false story and other falsifications
Božica Zoko
Moja ispisana koža
My skin covered in writing
Tomislav Domović
Imperativi
Imperatives
Milko Valent
Čarobni higijenski kvadratići
Magic hygienic little squares
Adam Rajzl
Vatrenjaci
Sprites
Lora Tomas
Mjesec u komadićima
The fragmented moon
Marko Gregur
Praznina
The emptiness

XVIII. Šoljanovi Dani U Rovinju
Književni opus Viktora Vide (1913. -1960.)

18th Šoljan Days in Rovinj
Literary work by Viktor Vida (1913-1960)
Boris Domagoj Biletić
Autobiografski zapisci Viktora Vide
Viktor Vida's autobiographical notes
Ljubica Josić
Viktor Vida u "Hrvatskoj reviji"
Viktor Vida in Hrvatska revija (The Croatian review)
Slaven Jurić
Vezani i slobodni stih u poeziji Viktora Vide
The bound and free verse in Viktor Vida's poetry
Martina Kokolari
Talijanske teme u Vidinu opusu
The Italian topics in Vida's opus
Željka Lovrenčić
Viktor Vida – pjesnik, prozaik, prognanik
Viktor Vida – the poet, prosaist, refugee
Irvin Lukežić
Interpretacija pjesme "Groblje pokraj mora" Viktora Vide
The interpretation of Viktor Vida's poem Groblje pokraj mora (The graveyard by the sea)
Daniel Mikulaco
O fikcionalnoj prozi Viktora Vide "Tajno poslanje"
On Viktor Vida's fictional prose Tajno poslanje (The secret mission)
Antun Pavešković
Mediteranizam Viktora Vide
Viktor Vida's mediterraneanism
Božidar Petrač
Pozadina Vidina teksta/polemike "Rasulo Doriana Vlaja"
The background of Vida's text/Polemic Rasulo Doriana Vlaja (The disintegration of Dorian the Vlach)
Davor Šalat
Kasna poezija Viktora Vide u svjetlu knjige Huga Friedricha "Struktura moderne lirike"
Late Viktor Vida's poetry in the light of Hugo Friedrich's book The structure of modern poetry
Ante Stamać
Vidina slika Karla Jaspersa
Vida's picture of Karl Jaspers
Milorad Stojević
Kritike i eseji Viktora Vide
Reviews and essays by Viktor Vida

Novi prijevodi

New translations
Nicolas Bouvier
Sova i kit (prev. B. Brlečić)
Le hibou et la baleine (The owl and the whale) (transl. by B. Brlečić)
Theodoro Elssaca
Deset pjesama (prep. Ž. Lovrenčić)
Ten poems (transl. by Ž. Lovrenčić)
Tibor Weiner Sennyey
Buđenje Mahruha (prev. A. Pataki)
Mahruh (Mahruh's waking) (transl. by A. Pataki)

Studije, ogledi, zapisci

Studies, essays, notes
Ivan Bošković
Neuralgična pitanja hrvatske stvarnosti (Ratko Cvetnić: "Povijest Instituta")
Neuralgic issues of the Croatian reality (Ratko Cvetnić: Povijest instituta /The history of the institute)
Sanja Knežević
Patnja i uskrsnuće silovanih vukovarskih logorašica 1991.-1992.
The suffering and resurrection of the raped women camp inmates from Vukovar 1991-1992
Andrés Morales Milohnić
Čileanska poezija hrvatskoga podrijetla (prev. Ž. Lovrenčić)
Chilean poetry of Croatian origins (transl. by Ž. Lovrenčić)
Tamara Bakran
Motiv dvojnika u Pamukovu romanu "Bijeli zamak”
The motif of the double in Pamuk's novel Beyaz Kale (The white castle)
Božidar Petrač
Nizeteovi romanistički prinosi
Nizeteo's humanistic contributions

Prilozi O Zavičaju

Native region contributions
Đuro Vidmarović
Spašavanje djece istarskih Hrvata u Moslavini tijekom Prvoga svjetskog rata
Saving the children of the Istrian Croats in Moslavina during the First World War
Ivan Pederin
Metoda i kulturni sadržaj "Životopisâ.." Pietra Stankovića
The method and cultural content of Biografia... (The Biography...) by Pietro Stanković
Nevenka Nekić
Istra u sjećanjima učiteljice: Ana Došen
Istria in the memory of a teacher: Ana Došen

Kritički Pristupi I Osvrti

Reviews
Stjepan Čuić
"Osvjetljivanje komunističke prijevare"
(Ivan Grljušić: Komunističke priče)
"Throwing light upon the communist deceit"
(Ivan Grljušić: Komunističke priče / The communist stories)
Božidar Alajbegović
"Roman obilježen pop-kulturom"
(Irena Lukšić: Očajnički sluteći Cohena)
"The novel marked by pop-culture"
(Irena Lukšić: Očajnički sluteći Cohena / Desperately sensing Cohen)
Božidar Alajbegović
"Politika i obiteljske tajne"
(Ratko Cvetnić: Povijest Instituta)
"Politics and family secrets"
(Ratko Cvetnić: Povijest institute / The history of the institute)
Vanesa Begić
"Priče s morske strane"
(Milan Osmak: Ovce na južnom vjetru)
"The Seaside Stories"
(Milan Osmak: Ovce na južnom vjetru / Sheep in the southern Wind)
Darija Žilić
"Knjiga dobrih priča, ali i prosječnih zapisa"
(Enver Krivac: Ništa za pisati kući o)
"The book of good stories but average notes"
(Enver Krivac: Ništa za pisati kući o / Nothing to write home about...)
Darija Žilić
"Pohvala običnom životu"
(Jana Prević Finderle: Ti još pričaš o nogometu)
"A praise to the common life"
(Jana Prević Finderle: Ti još pričaš o nogometu / You're still talking about football)
Miodrag Kalčić
"Tematski promašen i filmskoj Puli nepotreban zbornik"
(N. Gilić – Z. Vidačković /ur./: 60 godina Festivala igranog filma u Puli i hrvatski film: zbornik radova)
"A thematically failed collection of papers, not needed to the Pula film city"
(N. Gilić – Z. Vidačković /ed./: 60 godina Festivala igranog filma u Puli i hrvatski film:: zbornik radova / 60 Years of the Pula Film Festival and Croatian film: Collection of papers)
Slaven Bertoša
"Jubilarni zbornik" (Buzetski zbornik, sv. 40.)
"The jubilee collection of papers"
("Buzetski zbornik", sv. 40. / The Buzet collection of papers, Vol. 40)
Nevenka Nekić
"Zdenac života" Ivana Meštrovića u Zagrebu
(Miljenko Galić – Josip Botteri Dini: Meštrovićev zdenac – u spomen artifeksa)
"The well of life by Ivan Meštrović in Zagreb"
(Miljenko Galić – Josip Botteri Dini: Meštrovićev zdenac – u spomen artifeksa / Meštrović's well – in memory of Artifeks)
Vladimir Vojinović
U iščekivanju konačne slobode: Jovan Nikolaidis
"Waiting for the ultimate freedom"
(Jovan Nikolaidis: Budim se sa tuđinom u sebi / I wake up with foreign parts in me)


 

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