Ildikó Hizsnyai Tóth: A Divine good drama in the Glogova hill. „Mistico viaggio” in St. Peter’s Umbrella

The study examines the sematic relationships present in the motives in the novel of Kálmán Mikszáth: St. Peter’s umbrella published in 1895. The very small village forgotten by God, where the novel takes place, Glogova seems to refer to the title of the center of the world, due to its name that bears the associations of Golgota. The similarity of the novel with the biblical Golgota-story is only strengthened by that line of the analysis that shows considerable similarity with Dante’s Divine drama. Together with the biblical motives and Dante’s work the study sets the novel to a new position.