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Literary articles in the magazine Gore srca 1946 - 1952.

Vladimir Lončarević ; Ured Predsjednika Republike Hrvatske

Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 362 Kb


str. 89-102

preuzimanja: 287


Puni tekst: engleski pdf 362 Kb


str. 102-102

preuzimanja: 80



After the end of the II. World War, i.e. the establishment of the communist regime and the new Yugoslav state, the Catholic press was almost
completely eliminated, so that the emergence and the emergence of (two) weekly Gore srca, a kind of rarity of the first post-war decade. I myself, therefore, considering the need for further similar postwar research Croatian Catholic periodicals, both in the homeland and in emigration, it was necessary to investigate the literary significance of the phenomenon of such a list. Conceptually modelled on pre-war Catholic periodicals, the paper regularly published unclassified literary contributions, often related to eras, holidays, and ecclesiastical feast years. The basic characteristics of the published works are brevity of form, teachability, religious-motif thematic basis, and anonymity of the author, which indicates the quantitative and political-ideological limitations that the newspaper faced.

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Gore srca, periodicals; literature; Catholic Church; Communism.

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