Izraelov Izlazak i Druge Legende***
By August Cesarec. In Serbo-Croatian language
August Cesarec was a Croatian writer and left-wing politician.
Cesarec was born in Zagreb, which was part of Austria-Hungary at a time. As a high school student he was involved in radical nationalist politics and joined the group that tried to assassinate Croatian ban (viceroy) Slavko Cuvaj. For his role in failed assassination he received two years of prison sentence, which he served in Sremska Mitrovica penitentiary. There he began to study books of Stirner and Kropotkin, which gradually led him to adopt Marxist philosophy. From 1915 to 1918 he served in Austro-Hungarian Army and experiences of World War I made him into an enthusiastic supporter of October Revolution and Communism.
Zagreb, Hrvatska naklada, 1938.
Dimensions: 20 x 14 cm
Binding: Original softcover. Some signs of wear, tear along the edges.
Condition: Clean copy.
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