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Title: AHILOVA TETIVA U ROMANU O LONDONU MILOŠA CRNjANSKOG
Authors: Nikolić, Časlav
Issue Date: 2019
Abstract: The scenes of the motoric cycle, the representation of extremities, the breaking of the tendons and the impotence of motion enable us to, by reading the Novel About London by Miloš Crnjanski, first of all solve the problem with the limitation of ontological and metaphysical thinking: the substance and structure of the human body, its dismantling and its disappearance. The shooting of the Achilles’ tendon of the main character of this novel is a seemingly, one-way mythological reminiscence. Nevertheless, the effect of this injury shows that Miloš Crnjanski changes familiar forms and enriches the meaning of the novel. Historical reminiscences, literary associations of heroes, hallucinations, narrative stylistics and narrative comments are not only important in a psychological sense or narrative-symbolic decor – they become the generic matrix of Rjepnin’s reality. The Novel About London by Miloš Crnjanski, is not just an anatomy book that is symbolically redefined. It is a novel about the upheaval, after which even the body does not remain.
URI: https://scidar.kg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/15129
Type: article
ISSN: 1820-1768
Appears in Collections:The Faculty of Philology and Arts, Kragujevac (FILUM)

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