Put Alije Đerzeleza #2020

Put Alije Đerzeleza By Ivo Andrić Put Alije erzeleza Put Alije erzeleza The Journey of Ali Djerzelezu tampan je i godine u Beogradu ali delovi ove pripovetke su izlazili u zagreba kom Knji evnom jugu Iako je osnova za sadr inu i zna enje Puta
  • Title: Put Alije Đerzeleza
  • Author: Ivo Andrić
  • ISBN: 9788637911029
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback
  • Put Alije Đerzeleza By Ivo Andrić Put Alije erzeleza The Journey of Ali Djerzelezu tampan je 1920 i 1922 godine u Beogradu, ali delovi ove pripovetke su izlazili u zagreba kom Knji evnom jugu Iako je osnova za sadr inu i zna enje Puta Alije erzeleza, Mustafe Mad ara, Mosta na epi i Trupa prona ena u istoriji, legendi i sudbini pojedinca u njima, Andri istoriju ne posmatra kao zbir poznatih i povePut Alije erzeleza The Journey of Ali Djerzelezu tampan je 1920 i 1922 godine u Beogradu, ali delovi ove pripovetke su izlazili u zagreba kom Knji evnom jugu Iako je osnova za sadr inu i zna enje Puta Alije erzeleza, Mustafe Mad ara, Mosta na epi i Trupa prona ena u istoriji, legendi i sudbini pojedinca u njima, Andri istoriju ne posmatra kao zbir poznatih i poverljivih doga aja medju njenim u esnicima, niti legendu do ivljava kao gotovu i nepromenljivu si ejnu injenicu pri e, nego kao adekvatnu po etnu osnovu za dublje i postojanije shvatanje smisla i zna enja istorije, legende u ivotu pojedinca i trajanju sveta Vidi ih kao simboli an do ivljaj istorije, kao pozornicu na kojoj se odvija ovekov susret sa neminovnostima svoje prolaznosti, nesavr enstva, straha i nemo i Andri s first short story, published in 1920 Its protagonist is the hero of a large number of Moslem heroic ballads Bearing in mind the special place accorded to legend and fairy tale in Andri s statements about art, we should consider exactly what form the grain of truth contained in legend takes in this tale The traditional ballads concerned with Alija deal exclusively with his prowess on the battlefield Andri refers to his fame in just one sentence He was renowed for many battles and his fearful strength and immediatelly takes him off his horse, setting him down in a context where he appears awkward because he is not used to being on the ground, or to normal social interaction His stature is a t once diminished In a few days the magic circle around erzelez had quite disappeared There is no clear reason why the label hero should have attached itself to this particular person He is small, unprepossessing and ungainly as soon as he dismounts, awkward and uninteresting in conversation He is slow witted and chronically lacking in imagination But he is also obsessive Once he sees a beautiful woman he can think of nothing else but possessing her Or he abandons himself wholeheartedly to the singing of a particularly fine traditional singer erzelez felt that the singer tugging at his soul and that any moment now, he would expire, from excessive strength, or excessive weakness erzelez can flourish only in circumstances where his simple minded strength energy can be expressed in the immediate violent ways he understands He is quite baffled by intricate social relationships and by the whole deeply disturbing question of women Andri here exploits the comic possibilities exposing a renowned hero to the demands made on men by their ballads about Marko Kraljevi.
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    1. Ivo Andrić

      Ivan Ivo Andri Cyrillic was a Yugoslav and Bosnian novelist, short story writer and Nobel prizewinner His writings deal mainly with life in his native Bosnia under the Ottoman Empire His house in Travnik is now a Museum His Belgrade flat on Andri ev Venac hosts the Museum of Ivo Andri and the Ivo Andri Foundation.After the Second World War, he spent most of his time in his Belgrade home, held ceremonial posts in the Communist government of Yugoslavia and was a Bosnia and Herzegovina parliamentarian He was also a member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts In 1961, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature for the epic force with which he has traced themes and depicted human destinies drawn from the history of his country He donated the prize money to libraries in Bosnia and Herzegovina.His works include The Bridge on the Drina, Bosnian Chronicle aka Chronicles of Travnik , and The Woman from Sarajevo These were written during WW2 while he was living quietly in Belgrade and published in 1945 They are often referred to as the Bosnian Trilogy as they were published simultaneously and had been written in the same period However, they re connected only thematically.Other works include Ex Ponto 1918 , Unrest Nemiri, 20 , The Journey of Alija erzelez Put Alije erzeleza, 1920 , The Vizier s Elephant Pri a o vezirovom slonu, 1948 tr 1962 , The Damned Yard Prokleta avlija, 1954 , and Omer Pasha Latas Omerpa a Latas, released posthumously in 1977

    245 thoughts on “Put Alije Đerzeleza”

    1. I don t really read this tipe of books often but i liked this one a lot.It s fun and shows a life in this time in Serbia really well.


    2. Pro itah zbirku pripovedaka pod nazivom Rzavski bregovi , ali po to te zbirke ovde nema, iskoristi u priliku da napi em nekoliko re i uz pripovetku Put Alije erzeleza , koja se nalazi u pomenutoj zbirci.Andri je jedan od retkih pisaca koji u svakom periodu svog ivota pi e na isti na in, stalo eno, pripoveda ki, andri evski U delima manjeg obima, dolazi do izra aja njegov novinarski stil koji je karakteristi an i za romane, ali se ne isti e Nemogu nost detaljnih opisa i razrade, kao i izra ena st [...]



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