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Related: ruderboskoviccroatianscientist. His work embodies central characteristics of Roman Catholic Counter-Reformation: religious fervor, insistence on "vanity of this world" and zeal in opposition to "infidels. He received an excellent education.
After that he studied Roman law and jurisprudence in general, where he held numerous offices for the Great Council of the Republic.
In , when he was nineteen, he became a member of the Veliko vijece Great Council. Twice, in and , he held the temporary function of knez commissary or governor of Konavle, an area southeast of the city. Ir s believed that had he lived a little longer - he died of an intense fever, product of an inflammation in his ribs Folio 15 Libr. He began his literary career by writing poems and staging melodramas that became popular in Dubrovnik. But Ivan published only his larger works.
His earlier work, which he referred to as a "brood of darkness", is now lost. English: O beautiful, o beloved, o sweet freedom, God has given us all the treasures in you, you are the true source of all our glory, you are the only decoration of this Dubrava.
All silver, all gold, all human lives cannot repay your pure beauty! The first verse is often considered as the unofficial motto of Dubrovnik. Osman had 20 cantos, but the 14th and the 15th were never found. Tears of the Prodigal Son: Osman is firmly rooted within the rich literary tradition of the Croatian Baroque in Dubrovnik and Dalmatia and is considered as one of its apogees. Besides magnifying Slavdom and the battles against the conquerors, Ivan described the life of the Ottoman sultan Osman II.
According to the storyline, Sultan Osman dispatched Ali-pasha to the Kingdom of Poland in order to negotiate peace and Kazlar-aga to choose which Polish noblewoman would suit him best for marriage.
Ivan described the travels of both Ali-pasha and Kazlar-aga, paying much attention to the battle of Chocim and to the descriptions of enslaved Slavs that suffer under Ottoman rule.
Even though peace was concluded, there was a rebellion amongst the military ranks and after numerous failed attempts to restore order in the Empire, the Army captures Osman and executes him, bringing the imprisoned Mustafa as the new Sultan.
The event, which was politically charged as it brought to surface the tensions between the Croats and the Serbs. This short lived 19th century Serbian government concocted and Serbian king and servian church funded dogma campaign ultimately failed in a short time. That night started late and went well into the next day, on the Modena stage, drowned in Italian TV cameras and surrounded by thousands of standing fans who never seemed to wane below Category 4.
Zajc in Rijeka. In Jakov Gotovac composed the Dubravka. Suze sina razmetnoga "Tears of the Prodigal Son" written in Written in Croatian which is as close to modern day Croatian as the King James bible is to modern day English.
They spent their time researching the Croatian language and gathering lexical treasures, thus establishing the base for the compilation and standardization of a unique Croatian literary language. They were based on neo-Platonism or thoughts of the omnipresence of beauty and the universe as eternal pulsations of aestheticism. Drama was unusually widespread and popular during Renaissance and Baroque times. Tears of the Prodigal Son Mleci, and contains partially sung religious poems based on biblical parabolas from the Gospel according to Luke concerning the sinful, prodigal son.
His literary style used pastorals, epics and tears that incorporated the national uniqueness of Croatia and the Croatian literary tradition, as well as the strength of his own poetic and constructive literary and theatrical talents. He frequently evaded sessions of the Great and Small Councils, and lived his life as a respectable, honored and esteemed Dubrovnik lord - aristocrat.
Ideologically, this had an impact on his literary and theatrical works during the golden age of Baroque times. Source: www. In the second half of the 16th century, the Renaissance gradually waned. The revivalist Illyrian Movement, headed by Ljudevit Gaj in the first half of the 19th century powerfully affected political and cultural life.
The most important factor for Croatian literature at that time was the creation of a uniform Croatian language, laying the foundations for the continuity of creativity.
Suze sina razmetnoga
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