Kako smo lomili noge: romansirani obiteljski putopis kroz prošlost i sadašnjost od Slavonije do Zagreba i nazad

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  • Title: Kako smo lomili noge: romansirani obiteljski putopis kroz prošlost i sadašnjost od Slavonije do Zagreba i nazad
  • Author: Miro Gavran
  • ISBN: 9789539626424
  • Page: 403
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    1. Miro Gavran

      Miro Gavran is a contemporary Croatian author, born in 1961 His works have been translated into 35 languages, and his books have come out in 150 different editions at home and abroad His dramas and comedies have had than 200 theatre first nights around the world and have been seen by than two million theatre goers.He is the only living dramatist in Europe to have a theatre festival devoted solely to his plays outside his her homeland the Gavranfest has been held in Slovakia since 2003.He debuted in 1983 with the drama Creon s Antigone, speaking out forcefully about political manipulation This was followed three years later by the drama Night of the Gods, the theme being the relationship between the artist and the powers that be under a totalitarian system He then wrote a cycle of plays concentrating on male female relations, in which his heroes were often great historical persons He has created a series of complex female characters His heroines are both strong and emotional He has written some forty plays to date, including Death of an Actor, All About Women, All About Men, George Washington s Loves, Chekhov Says Good Bye to Tolstoy, How To Kill The President, Greta Garbo s Secret, Parallel Worlds, Nora in Our Time, My Wife s Husband, Dr Freud s PatientThere have been first nights of his plays throughout the world, in Rotterdam, Washington, Moscow, Rio de Janeiro, Paris, Buenos Aires, Waterford, Mumbai, Bratislava, Prague, Ljubljana, Sarajevo, Krakow, Belgrade, Budapest, Athens, Augsburg, Vienna, Sofia.He has had nine novels published Forgotten Son, How We Broke Our Legs, Klara, Margita or A Journey into a Former Life, Judith, John the Baptist, Pontius Pilate and The Only Witness to Beauty, Kafka s friend, along with a collection of short stories entitled Small Unusual People.In his early novels, he describes life in the Croatian provinces, featuring everyday folk, anti heroes of sorts, who retain a positive stance towards life even when they are confronted with injustice and major difficulties This is perhaps best seen in his novel, Forgotten Son 1989 , in which the central personage is a slightly mentally challenged young man of twenty.As a forty year old, Gavran started to write psychological existential novels inspired by biblical characters, bringing them nearer to the sensibilities of contemporary readers These books have been popular with both believers and non believers, since their messages are universal.His books have been published in all corners of the globe in Beijing, Vienna, St Petersburg, Oslo, Istanbul, Paris, Prague, Bratislava, Sofia, LjubljanaGavran has received than twenty literary awards in Croatia and abroad, including the Central European Time Award, given annually in Budapest to the best Central European author for overall opus, as well as the European Circle Award given to writers for the confirmation of European values in their texts.With insight and humour, Miro Gavran has written eight books for children and young people All Sorts of Things in My Head, How Dad Won Mum, Head Over Heels in Love, Happy Days, Farewell Letter, Plays with a Head and a Tail, Try to Forget and The Teacher of My Dreams These books have also found their way to adult readers.Gavran earned his degree in Dramaturgy at the Academy of Theatre, Film and Television in Zagreb.He first worked as a dramaturge and theatre director at the famous ITD Theatre in Zagreb Since 1993, he has been living and working as a free lance, professional writer His theatre and prose texts have been included in numerous anthologies in Croatia and in countries outside its borders, and his work is studied at universities throughout the world.He has been living in Zagreb, Croatia since he was twenty He is married to the actress Mladena Gavran, and founded the Gavran Theatre with her in 2002 Their son Jakov is a student of acting.

    629 thoughts on “Kako smo lomili noge: romansirani obiteljski putopis kroz prošlost i sadašnjost od Slavonije do Zagreba i nazad”

    1. Jako simpa pisano Svoje viđenje života piše desetogodišnjak! Kada te nasmije i dirne, ne može bolje!Mrvicu me podsjetilo na Gordanu među vrbama (koja je također za preporuku, samo puno teža i tužnija).


    2. Prekrasna slavonska obiteljska saga, ispričana u formi dječjih sastava, ima jednu simpatičnu nit poveznicu, a to je motiv muškaraca koji lome noge zbog ljubavi. Ovo je doista često roman o tome kako su lomili noge, a možda nije zgorega napomenuti da su noge lomili prvenstveno iz ljubavi. Sve je počelo s jednim pretkom obitelji (djedom Stjepanom ako se dobro sjećam) koji je kao Hercegovac došao raditi u Slavoniju i slomio nogu iskačući iz sobe djevojke u čijeg je oca radio i koji ga j [...]



    3. Found this book year's ago in a book shop in Croatia. It was a beautiful read - focused on the lives of a family of men across generations who are afflicted by breaking their leg when they meet the woman they love. A very well told and heart-warming tale which also provides a view into life within Croatia. Loved it.


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