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Because his work is mostly written in the deseterica gorsko decasyllabic verse form employed in most Serbian and Croatian oral epic verseit was easier for them to digest than works written in a more obviously literary style. More worrisome was the fact that he had been as one of the central pillars of interwar Yugoslav culture. Sarajevo,le,tira approval of the Ministry of Ed. The War for National Liberation, the most difficult and the most glorious period in the history of our peoples, brought it closer to us than it had ever been.

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Literature and Cultural Politics in In particular, those who are younger than us again are returning to that retrograde tradition because they think that in this way they can affirm the idea of Montenegrin sovereignty and the need for independence. 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.


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New York University Press, Freemium Recommend to your library for acquisition. Could it be an indication that Montenegrins are looking for new methods of creating national identity, based less on ethnoreligious and cultural ties and more on contemporary European notions of citizenship?

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It has been hailed as the greatest work of South Slavic literature, and seen as the national epic of Montenegro, of Serbia, and of Yugoslavia both the first and the second. Further references to this work are made in the text by page number of this edition.

Stanford UP,52— Whatever the reasons, the project generated controversy, with Montenegrin and Yugoslav government officials mostly in favor lekttira at least a portion of Serbian and Montenegrin cultural figures opposed. Central European University Press Briefly: More recently, it has been reviled as a blueprint for ethnic cleansing and banned in the school curriculum of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Prosveta [Skolska lektira], The same could not be said of his resting place, however. In Ideologies and National Identities: The postal address of the gorsku is: Search inside the book.

It may indeed have been true that only a united Montenegro could have kept the Turks at bay, but it is also true that unity is achieved in The Mountain Wreath through fratricidal bloodletting. Common Heroes, Divided Claims: Their most intensive effort in this regard can be seen in ivjenac celebration of the th anniversary of the publication of The Mountain Wreath in Some Serbs, more inclined to full-blown conspiracy theories, blame the Vienac, the freemasons, and others for what is referred to on a website not accidentally registered as Njegos.


But Communist-era commentators were careful to play this down, noting the fact that he was not doctrinaire and that he usually wore civilian clothes. Of course, it has nothing at all to do with the most problematic action of the work, nor does it touch on the central philosophical message of permanent struggle.

Catalogue Author s Publishers Selections Excerpts. The appearance of a national lrktira was seen as proof that a given people had attained a level of cultural development sufficient for its pretensions to nationhood to be taken seriously. We will forward your request to your library as soon as possible. There is no breath of Yugoslavism perceived in this commentary, not surpising as the late nineteenth century marked a low ebb in the project to create a Yugoslav identity.

The illustrations are repro He provides in its stead lekhira series of vignettes of Montenegrin life, a veritable encyclopedia of folk customs and beliefs.

Lampe, John, and Mark Mazower.