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Slobodan Šnajder at the Frankfurt Bookfair

Slobodan Šnajder at the Frankfurt Bookfair

Croatia will present its literary and publishing scene at the Frankfurt Book Fair under the slogan „Less is More“. On Fr...

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Interview with editor DIjana Bahtijari in BestBook magazine

Interview with editor DIjana Bahtijari in BestBook magazine

The October issue of the Express's BestBook magazine featured an interview with our editor, Dijana Bahtijari, in which...

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Overview of the book „Civilization“ in Novi list

Overview of the book „Civilization“ in Novi list

On September 29, an extensive presentation of the book Civilization. How we all became Americans by author Régis Debray ...

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Book of the month
The Good, the Bad or the Ugly?

On the occasion of publishing After Europe, a book by a famous bulgarian political scientist Ivan Krastev, the book of October is knjiga listopada je The Good, the Bad or the Ugly? Populism in Croatia by Croatian political scientists and college professors Marijana Grbeša and Berto Šalaj.

The Good, the Bad or the Ugly? Populism in Croatia is a thorough study that focuses mainly on the ideological approach to populism that deals with the ideas placed at the center of every populist party or movement, and on the ambivalent relationship between populism and liberal democracy.

You can buy this book via our webshop this month at a promotional price!

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Kafka's last trial

We are pleased to announce the publishing of a new book, Kafka's last trial by an Israeli-American author Benjamin Balint!

Benjamin Balint offers a gripping account of the controversial trial in Israeli courts―brimming with dilemmas legal, ethical, and political―that determined the fate of Kafka’s manuscripts. Deeply informed, with sharply drawn portraits and a remarkable ability to evoke a time and place, Kafka’s Last Trial is at once a brilliant biographical portrait of a literary genius, and the story of two countries whose national obsessions with overcoming the traumas of the past came to a head in a hotly contested trial for the right to claim the literary legacy of one of our modern masters.

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