master's thesis
Šoljan's novels with special reference to the novel Short trip

Iva Bušić (2017)
University of Zadar
Department of Croatian and Slavic Studies
Division of Croatian Language and Literature
Metadata
TitleŠoljanovi romani s posebnim osvrtom na roman "Kratki izlet"
AuthorIva Bušić
Mentor(s)Mirela Šušić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Antun Šoljan, pisac hrvatske moderne, napisao je četiri egzistencijalistička romana s ozbiljnim i teškim temama o generacijskim traumama i tjeskobi postojanja: Izdajice (1961.), Kratki izlet (1965.), Luka (1974.) i Drugi ljudi na Mjesecu (1978). Šoljan je izrazito moderan romanopisac zbog neiscrpnog uvrštavanja intertekstualnosti, referencijalnosti i autoreferencijalnosti u svoje romane. Cilj ovoga rada jest prikazati i obraditi drugi Šoljanov roman, Kratki izlet i ukazati njegovu važnost za cjelokupnu književnost hrvatske moderne. U službi istog razrađuju se i ostali navedeni romani Šoljanove tetralogije te se prikazuje njihov suodnos. Kratki izlet je roman koji, kroz mladenačku generaciju umjetnika i povjesničara umjetnosti, koji tragaju za iskopinama i zaboravljenim freskama po unutrašnjosti Istre, nosi općeljudsku i općevremensku poruku o tjeskobi egzistencijalizma. Svi Šoljanovi romani u središte stavljaju izgubljene generacije, odnosno, osamljene jedinke koje pokušavaju razumjeti svijet oko sebe mukotrpno tragajući za izgubljenim identitetom.
KeywordsAntun Šoljan Short trip Traitors Harbour Other people on the Moon existenti
Parallel title (English)Šoljan's novels with special reference to the novel Short trip
Committee MembersZvjezdana Rados (committee chairperson)
Sanja Knežević (committee member)
Mirela Šušić (committee member)
GranterUniversity of Zadar
Lower level organizational unitsDepartment of Croatian and Slavic Studies
Division of Croatian Language and Literature
PlaceZadar
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineHUMANISTIC SCIENCES
Philology
Theory and History of Literature
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelgraduate
Study programmeCroatian Language and Literature
Academic title abbreviationmag. philol. croat
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2017-02-16
Parallel abstract (English)
Antun Šoljan, Croatian modern literature novelist, wrote four existentialist novels with serious and difficult topics about generational trauma and anxiety of existence: Traitors (1961.), Short trip (1965.), Harbour (1974.) and Other people on the Moon (1978.). Šoljan is extremely modern novelist because of the inexhaustible inclusion of intertextuality, referentiality and autoreferentiality in his novels. The objective of this work is to show and process Šoljan's second novel, Short trip, and then indicate its importance for the entire Croatian modern literature. In the same department, the other listed novels of Šoljan's theatrology are also elaborated and their interrelation is shown. Short trip is a novel that carries a humane and timeless message about the anguish of existentialism through youthful generation of artists and art historians who are looking for excavations and forgotten frescoes in the Istrian heartland. All of Šoljan’s novels put lost generations in the middle, that is, lonely individuals who are trying to understand the world around them by painstakingly searching for their lost identity.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)Antun Šoljan Kratki izlet Izdajice Luka Drugi ljudi na Mjesecu egzistencijalizam
Resource typetext
Access conditionAccess restricted to students and staff of home institution
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:162:311484
CommitterKatarina Groš