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Title: O /ne/slaganju „dvije vjere“
Authors: Mitrović, Marija
Keywords: Istorija Balkanahrišćani/muslimanipodređeni/nadređeniNjegoš„istrebljenje poturica“narodna pesmaromantičarski epkonstrukcija nacije – aspekt vladara, aspekt modernog pesnikaBalkans historyChristians/Muslimssubordinate/governersNjegošMountain wrathextermination of montenegrian converts to Islamrulers point of viewmodern poets point of view
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste
Source: Marija Mitrović, O /ne/slaganju „dvije vjere“, in: Slavica Tergestina, 15 (2013), pp.8-33.
Series/Report no.: Slavica Tergestina
15 (2013)
Abstract: 
Iz razuđene slike odnosa hrišćana i muslimana koja se može iščitati iz srpske (ali i ostalih južnoslovenskih i balkanskih) književnosti, ovde je izdvojen spev Gorski vijenac (1847) srpskog i crnogorskog pisca Petra Petrovića Njegoša (1813–1851). U procesu oslobađanja pravoslavnog življa od Otomanske imperije krvav obračun Crnogoraca sa islamiziranim sunarodnicima prikazan je kao neminovan; ipak, Njegoš je našao prostora i za objektivnu, ne uvek isključivo negativnu sliku muslimana.

From the large opus of Balkan literary works dealing with the problem of Muslim-Christian relationship, we have chosen the Mountain wrath (Gorski vijenac, 1847) by Petar Petrović Njegoš (1813–1851). The Montenegrine prince-poet sees the extermination war against his islamized compatriots as an inevitable part of the liberation process against the Ottoman empire. Yet, in this work, he also gives a more objective and not always negative image of Muslims.
Type: Article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10077/9898
ISSN: 1592-0291
Appears in Collections:Slavica Tergestina 15 (2013)

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