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Croatian Studies Review, 6 1 Croatian Studies Review [Internet].
An introduction in that kind of paradigm is Benedict Jebp and his work about the group identity of the nation. His statement about nation as imagined community which is the product of a certain time and space leads to state which dominates in the poststructuralism — identities are contemporary constructions full of contradictions.
Usually identity, with support of ideology, tries to cover up any trace of instability, generate projection of unity of his form and projection of itself as coherent and homogeneous whole.
Despite conflicted discoursive forms which can be perceived and which make identity a sphere of constant turmoil. Introducing The Other as opposed to given identity is one way to overcome that internal chaos.
Identity is always according to Jacques Derrida, Stuart Hall and Homi Bhabha constructed through system of differences against The Other who, paradoxically, does not only represent opposition or backing instrument of identity, but also part of the same identity.
Dinraa the novels which are analyzed in this paper, there can be found antagonism between identity and The Other as neighboring, but opposed, identity.
– Jebo sad dinara by Boris Dezulovic
That juxtaposition is situated in the context of Croatian-Muslim war in the nineties and presented by cultural stereotypes which have a significant role in cultural confrontations.
However, identities set in that way are only the starting point of those novels. Mlakic and Dezulovic try to construct identity with elements of everyday life and popular dinata. Those elements should replace settled elements of identity such as religious and ethnic determination.
Another key element which these authors use in their attempt to construct other identity is the experience of space as bearer of tragedy. Because of that practice, identity loose its support, and destruction which was turned against The Other is now turning against its own, essentially understood, identity.
Jebo sad hiljadu dinara
Getting closer of Muslim and Croatian identity is going on parallel with the attempt to deconstruct the traditional form of Muslim or Croatian identity identity based on the stabile elements of nation, religion and ethnicity. In their novels, Mlakic and Dezulovic realize the same that attempt realize in different ways.
In the novel Kad magle stanu, Josip Mlakic illustrate the main character who, in the middle of Muslim-Croatian war, chase the man from his own unit because he set him fraud and make him kill his innocent muslim friend. In the novel Jebo sad hiljadu dinara, Boris Dezulovic illustrate Croatian and Muslim group of soldiers; each one is disguised dinaga the uniform of the opposite army and the soldiers are mixed in the weird comedy of confusion.
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Absurdity is the product of that kind attempt of deconstruction. It tries to uncover the so called fake stability of identity mocking up its political, military, religious and ethnical elements, playing with them and diminishing their validity. Those elements can be emblems on uniforms, religious iconography or symbols of dominant national-political ideology.
Though, the main question remains: It seems that this point is identity, essentially understood, as stable category. Terry Eagleton sees this bringing back to essentialism as a sign of the end of the postmodern era. Croatian Studies Review, Vol.