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It is considered the first modern complete novel of Croatian literature. The structure is very complex, although it has no classical composition and storyline. Twenty-three years before this novel begins, Philip Latinowicz, still a school-boy living in Kaptol, runs away from home with a hundred- florin note stolen from his mother, which he spends on women and booze for three days and three nights. When he returns to his mother's house, she treats him the way she would treat a stranger and sends him away.

Upon his return to Kaptol in the present day, Philip struggles to reconcile his relationship with his mother, whose obsession with perfumes and elite society now threatens to drive him crazy.

The two fail to find common ground; when Philip attempts to paint his mother, she is disgusted by his less-than positive view of her and condemns the project. Even more, he hates her new lover, Dr. Liepach of Kostanjevec, who he finds pretentious and conceited, despite his obvious charms and kind gestures.

They attend the town's St. Rock's Day festival together. The depraved drunkenness and wild nature of the crowd inspires Philip to imagine a painting, depicting the townspeople sinning in the name of their god. Kyriales' erudite critiques baffle Philip, who finds himself almost wanting to believe that painting has become a degenerate practice. Unable to articulate a retort as elegantly as he would have hoped, Philip is forced to reflect inward after the conversation, asking himself why he paints and what he gets from his artistic endeavors.

He comes to the conclusion that "art was talent" and that "talent was a force which was inexplicable in terms of anything physical," something " clairvoyant " and supernatural and incomprehensible to someone like Kyriales. Some time later, Kyriales jumps in front of a train and is killed. She arrives at Philip's door that night asking for the money necessary to get to Hamburg. They arrive at a plan, Philip agreeing to get as much money as he can and she insistent on collecting it at seven that same night.

He asks that Philip convince her to stay. Philip is now left alone, angry and tired. His mother chooses this time to come to his room and ask what Mr. Philip demands that she leave him alone but she becomes upset. When Philip insults her for attempting to give him a lecture on morality, she accuses him of not believing in God. Philip then denounces her as a woman who does not even know the father of her own child, a question that tormented him his entire life.

She finally confesses to him that his father is none other than Dr. Liepach and storms out of the room. But the note is nothing but a receipt for perfume with drops of blood on it. Her eyes remained open. The novel was translated by Zora Depolo and published for English audiences in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Return of Philip Latinowicz.

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It is considered the first modern complete novel of Croatian literature. The structure is very complex, although it has no classical composition and storyline. Twenty-three years before this novel begins, Philip Latinowicz, still a school-boy living in Kaptol, runs away from home with a hundred- florin note stolen from his mother, which he spends on women and booze for three days and three nights. When he returns to his mother's house, she treats him the way she would treat a stranger and sends him away.

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