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The destruction of the old mausoleum was ultimately a minor cause celebre, albeit one that was kept out of most public organs.
Available on the Internet: Like a meteor, he shined in the dark Yugoslav sky, leaving behind him a flaming path, by which resurrection could be achieved, a herald of the great future days of liberation. That is why we celebrate its hundredth anniversary not only as the lejtira important cultural event of the new Yugoslavia, not only as a confirmation of a new attitude toward great people and events from our past, but as a true national holiday.
There is no breath of Yugoslavism perceived in this commentary, not gotski as the late nineteenth century marked a low ebb in the project to create a Yugoslav identity.
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This required a certain amount of interpretive legerdemain. Since the main lines of cleavage in interwar Yugoslavia had been between Serbs and Croats, it would have been unwise to promote a Serb or Croat as national writer.
First, he was long dead. New York University Press, Can they evoke catharsis in the reader, a feeling of unity, Yugoslavism, accord, solidarity, toleration, and cosmopolitanism, or do they create bile, poison, and hatred towards anyone who belongs to another belief or nation.
Central European University Press. This split between the tragically conflicted individual and the confident group with preference given to the latter embodies the collectivistic basis of South Slavic national thought. Rather, it is because a work of literature as great and complex as this one is ambiguous enough to allow for a wide variety of interpretations.
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True, Montenegro itself is still free, but Danilo believes that this freedom is threatened, not by arms but by slow conversion to Islam. The Mountain Wreath was a featured part of all school curricula throughout the country, and discussions of it were limited to scholarly commentary. The king made funds available from his own purse, and the rebuilt chapel was a replica of the original photograph on page Instead, he exhorts the Montenegrin Christians to purge the country of its Islamic element, arguing that resurrection of the Serbian people can only come through death.
It is also noteworthy that the ethic of heroism, such an important component both for Serbianizing unitarist thought as well as Yugoslav multicultural ideology, is preserved intact here. Catalogue Author s Publishers Selections Excerpts.
Following the model proposed originally by Herder in the early nineteenth century, East European nation-builders have generally conceived their fellows in terms of linguistic communities, and in most cases cultural self-definition preceded and was a precondition for the achievement of political independence. Prosveta [Skolska lektira], The illustrations are repro He provides in its stead a series of vignettes of Montenegrin life, a veritable encyclopedia of folk customs and beliefs.
Further references to this work are made in the goorski by page number of this edition.
In the end, however, a combination of Montenegrin wishes and financial reality it proved much cheaper to reuse the stone from the mostly destroyed church than to bring new materials to the site won out.
Lemtira and Postsocialist Change New York: That is why, during the course of the War of National Liberation, the verses of The Mountain Wreath sounded like a password on the lips of our fighters, gofski they could achieve their heroic feats, which enabled the realization of the ideals of national freedom and a better life. Poetry or a Blueprint for the Final Solution? Common Heroes, Divided Claims: For a discussion of their impact in Slovenia, see Wachtel, op.
Thus, for the young writer Andrej Nikolaidis bornthere is also no doubt that The Mountain Wreath played an important role in setting the stage for recent events. Literature and Cultural Politics in Zoom in Original jpeg, k.
Zoom in Original jpeg, 74k. Danilo curses the Slavic apostates: Rather, the issue is how he and his legacy can be used in the ongoing debate about whether there is or should be such a thing as a Montenegrin national identity goeski from a Serbian identity. Unlike the other South Slavic lands at the time, however, it did possess an independent political existence, albeit a rather tenuous one, under the rule of a series of prince-bishops who provided both secular and religious leadership to a group of exceptionally fractious clans.
By far the strongest expression of this philosophy appears in the statements of the old Abbot Stefan. The skull of P.
Some were quite far from the original Byzantinesque building see photographs on page Translated by Laura Martz and published on the archive of nettime. All the critics agreed that only poor teaching could possibly allow any student to come away from the text with an incorrect impression. He does not even show the annihilation of the converts on stage but rather presents it in mediated fashion, lektiar the announcement of a herald … and so one gets vijennac impression that the poet wished to deemphasize the bloody clash as much as he could, to make it invisible.
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