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Petra Bjelajac ; Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Hrvatska

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str. 134-153

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Penetration of capitalism is one of the themes which we find in Croatian realist novels, among others such as the decline of the nobility, education of a rural child in the city and the description of the middle, peasant and working class, following at the same time different manifestations of the capitalist doctrine in cities and at the countryside, which is yet another polarizing relationship imposed in the majority of works. The authors of realist novels regarded the penetration of capitalism as highly negative, regardless of the place of its origin. That is the reason why they associated its occurrence with negative characters, individuals who differ from their surroundings thinking in a more commodity-monetary way. Through observations of the formation and the changes of personalities of those characters, it has been determined that it depends greatly on the historical-economic situation of the character, i.e. it depends on the changes that have affected the society, one of the major ones being the penetration of capitalism.

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capitalism; countryside; city; novel; realism; society; capital

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