Croatian God Mars
Croatian God Mars (Croatian: Hrvatski bog Mars), is a collection of short stories, mostly anti-war and social topics by Miroslav Krleža, considered by many as the greatest Croatian writer of the 20th century. A short story collection that depicted the exploitation of peasants and the miserable condition of the Croatian soldier. Hrvatski bog Mars proved to be his most notable short story collection.
|Original title||Hrvatski bog Mars|
|Genre||collection of short stories|
|1922, 1933, 1947|
It was first released in year 1922, then again in 1933, and in its final form in 1947.
- Bitka kod Bistrice Lesne (Battle of Bistrica Lesina)
- Királyi Magyar Honvéd novella
- Tri domobrana (Three Homedefenders)
- Baraka pet Be (Barrack Five B)
- Domobran Jambrek (Homedefender Jambrek)
- Smrt Franje Kadavera (Death of Franjo Kadaver)
- Hrvatska rapsodija (Croatian Rhapsody)
English translations of the first, fourth, and fifth story are available in Harbors Rich in Ships: Selected Revolutionary Writings. Translated by Željko Cipriš. New York: Monthly Review Press, 2017.