All about Muljika; Duga; Alkar by Dinko Šimunović. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. Dinko Šimunović (1 September – 3 August ) was a Croatian writer. Dinko Šimunović ); “Alkar” (The Knight, ); “Tuđinac” (The Foreigner, ); “Porodica Vinčić” (Vinčić Family, ); “Duga” (The Rainbow, ). Izbor iz proze: Alkar, Duga– / Dinko Šimunović. Printer-friendly. ISBN# BIB ID# Call# Bos Simunovic.
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Lists with This Book. Jan 03, Ivana rated it it was amazing. Aug 31, majstoricamagije rated it liked it Shelves: This is a sad story about the differences between men and women, who are so deeply ingrained in human society so deeply that perhaps that will never be eradicated. A story about the differences in the classes, which are imposed by men eager to be able to play, and in which suffer only powerless, mostly good people.
Jan 19, ivoonaa rated it really liked it. Duga is a classic work of literature that explores the sexism and difficulties of human life in the past from a young girl’s perspective.
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Muljika; Duga; Alkar
I have read this story several times, and it makes me sad when I think about Srna’s destiny. Every person should deserve to have the choice to choose.
Unfortunately, in Srna’s case, she wanted to become a boy by passing under the rainbow. The culprits for Srna’s destiny are her parents, because they didn’t let her to play with other children and to do whatever she simunobic. Every child should be free to play and say their opinion, because childhood is the most beautiful period in human’s life, and I have read this story several times, and it makes me sad when I think dihko Srna’s destiny. Every child should be free to play and ismunovic their opinion, because childhood is the most beautiful period in human’s life, and it is sad when parents destroy it because of their rules for Srna’s behavior.
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He spent most of his life as a teacher in villages of the Zagora, the hinterland of southern Croatia. He wrote many ismunovic and novels, all dealing with people from his native region.
He considered rural life superior to urban, but he showed compassion for people forced to emigrate due to poverty. He died in Zagreb.
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