Krleža, Miroslav, 1893–1981, Croatian novelist, playwright, and poet. He captured the concerns of a revolutionary era in Yugoslavia in his trilogy of social dramas about the Glembay family (1928–32) and in novels like The Return of Philip Latinovicz (1932) and Banners (1963–65), a multivolume saga of the Croatian bourgeoisie beginning in the early 20th cent.
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