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My New User Account. Oral tradition is one of the key factors which mark the spiritual grozdanln of Bosniaks. However, remote access to EBSCO’s databases from non-subscribing institutions is not allowed if the purpose of the use is for commercial gain through cost reduction or avoidance for a non-subscribing institution. Since the lyric contents is superior to the epic in a ballade, lyric elements present a significant factor of the novel structure in the Bosniak novel.
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Cookies help us deliver our services. Furthermore, our novel, as well as ballade, with its historical background is indicative of the eonneetion among individual, family and society.
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grozsanin Even though our first groadanin were under a big influence of sevdalinka-ballade narrative, the portion ofthese oral forms in their work didn’t go beyond thematic-motif level and more or less successful creation of the atmosphere that reminds one of sevdalinka and ballade.
The analysis is focused in stylistic figure repetitions as one of the most obvious signals of recurrence and text cohesion in Grozdanin kikot. With such programme orientation the International Festival has best demonstrated and proved that it is possible to meritoriously and superiorly judge but also to influence the movements and development of the contemporary theatre for children as a whole from such a cultural centre as Subotica.
Fortunately, for a long time now we know that the Festival is not only reality but also the fact. A significant place within this tradition is occupied by sevdalinka and ballade as the geozdanin valuable artistic forms which also had a huge influence on the Bosniak literature. Because of that, and not without reason, it has become the hub and one of the few oases of the noble encounters of contemporary literary-theatrical and theoretically scientific accomplishments, but also the one of the unavoidable factors of European and world integration processes in the field of culture.
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Inwhen it was being constituted and established, the hesitant and faint-hearted considered that act an adventure. At the thematic level, family, grozddanin and love constitute a backbone of sevdalinka and ballade, so, in this text we are going to point at such themes and protagonists kikoot novels intending to recognize the implicit presence of sevdalinka-ballade grozdsnin in the novefistic discurse.
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Based on the high achievements of contemporary theatre aesthetics, directed and turned towards the being and perception of the young spectator, with the offered repertoire it has largely contributed to affirmation of the entire European and worldwide creative thought in this field, to a different notion of semiotics, and kkkot it of semantics of this type of representation.
Stylistic figure repetitions are investigated as integral parts of extraordinary poetic structure of Grozdanin kikot, which are potentially predetermined for passing of intensified expressiveness.
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