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Kolos iz Maroussija by Henry Miler

Kolos iz Maroussija

by Henry Miler

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Милерово путовање кроз Грчку у освит Другог светског рата у знаку је бројних епифанија које произвде сусрети са књучним местима и споменицима старог света. Сваки део завршава се у неком од чувених али и историјски двосмислених места античке Грче, познатих и по добру и по злу - у Микени, Кнососу и Делфима. Писана врло живо и динамично, лирски узнесено, ова књига говори о вери и односу човека и бога, откривајући, пре свега кроз лик грчког песника и његову хедонистичку, свепрожимајућу и провакативну енергију, искру божанског у човеку.
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