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Diana Mishkova
Marius Turda
Balazs Trencsenyi

Chapter I. Integral Nationalism

Vladimir Čerina: In the city of cynics

Traduction de Iva Polak

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Title: U gradu cinika (In the city of cynics)

Originally published: Vihor 1, 1 (March 1914), pp. 1–4.

Language: Croatian

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About the author

Vladimir Čerina [1891, Split–1932, Šibenik]: writer and political activist. He received his secondary education in Split, Zagreb and Rijeka (Fiume), but never graduated. In the 1910s, Čerina worked as a free-lance journalist and writer, and became one of the founders of Nacionalistička omladina [Nationalist Youth], a group of young Croatian and Serbian intellectuals, advocating an anti-liberal, revolutionary strategy for the creation of an integral Yugoslav nation. In 1912, he was one of the organizers of an assassination attempt on the Croatian ban (governor), Slavko Cuvaj. During the Balkan Wars, he worked as a newspaper correspondent in Belgrade. After the outbreak of First World War, Čerina escaped to Italy, where he established close connections with Italian avant-garde artists, especially the futurists. By t...

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