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The Serbian Epic Ballads

Dvojezična antologija srpskih epskih narodnih pesama donosi 21 pesmu prevedu na engleski jezik! Pesme je prevodilac, istaknuti engleski slavista Džefri Lok, podelio u sedam ciklusa. Knjiga počinje pesmom "Ženidba cara Dušana", a završava se pesmom "Početak bune protiv dahija". Tri pesme su o Kosovskom boju ("Car Lazar i Carica Milica", "Kosovka devojka", "Stefan Musić"), osam pesama o Kraljeviću Marku ("Marko Kraljević i Musa Kesedžija", "Oranje Marka Kraljevića"...), pet o hajducima ("Stari Vujadin"...). Neobican je i zadivljujuci prevod "Banović Strahinje". U knjizi se nalazi 50 reprodukcija u boji slika Ðure Jakšića, Paje Jovanovića, Uroša Predića, Anastasa Jovanovića, Vladislava Titelbaha, Adama Stefanovića, Vesne Knežević... Nada Miloševic Ðordevic: "The author, Geoffrey N. W. Locke, has produced outstanding translations of twenty-five traditional Serbian national poems, mostly from the collections of Vuk Karadžic, arranged by historical subject-matter in accordance with Karadžic’s principles, from those of ancient times to those of the nineteenth-century Serbian Uprisings. Mr Locke has succeeded admirably in his aim of presenting a selection of ballads covering a wide historical range, in displaying the ideological, motivational, and stylistically-expressive richness of Serbian epic poetry, and in making clear how the process of composition, memorisation, development and repetition were both a catharsis and a special source of strenght and resolve to the Serbian people." Geoffrey Locke: "The epic poetry of Serbia constitutes the richest oral epic material in any single European language. Its value and appeal derive from the fact that, so far from being mere artificial recitation of obscure and half-forgotten tales of bygone ages (as is so much of the ‘folklore’ of most other European cultures, including the English) it is, on the contrary, the product of a continuous living tradition extending over the last several centuries."

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Autor: Grupa autora
ŽanrPoezija
Izdavač: Tanesi
ISBN:978-86-81567-45-6
Br. strana:402
Povez:broširan
Jezik:Srpski/Engleski
Pismo:Latinica
Format:20cm
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The Serbian Epic Ballads

Dvojezična antologija srpskih epskih narodnih pesama donosi 21 pesmu prevedu na engleski jezik! Pesme je prevodilac, istaknuti engleski slavista Džefri Lok, podelio u sedam ciklusa. Knjiga počinje pesmom "Ženidba cara Dušana", a završava se pesmom "Početak bune protiv dahija". Tri pesme su o Kosovskom boju ("Car Lazar i Carica Milica", "Kosovka devojka", "Stefan Musić"), osam pesama o Kraljeviću Marku ("Marko Kraljević i Musa Kesedžija", "Oranje Marka Kraljevića"...), pet o hajducima ("Stari Vujadin"...). Neobican je i zadivljujuci prevod "Banović Strahinje". U knjizi se nalazi 50 reprodukcija u boji slika Ðure Jakšića, Paje Jovanovića, Uroša Predića, Anastasa Jovanovića, Vladislava Titelbaha, Adama Stefanovića, Vesne Knežević... Nada Miloševic Ðordevic: "The author, Geoffrey N. W. Locke, has produced outstanding translations of twenty-five traditional Serbian national poems, mostly from the collections of Vuk Karadžic, arranged by historical subject-matter in accordance with Karadžic’s principles, from those of ancient times to those of the nineteenth-century Serbian Uprisings. Mr Locke has succeeded admirably in his aim of presenting a selection of ballads covering a wide historical range, in displaying the ideological, motivational, and stylistically-expressive richness of Serbian epic poetry, and in making clear how the process of composition, memorisation, development and repetition were both a catharsis and a special source of strenght and resolve to the Serbian people." Geoffrey Locke: "The epic poetry of Serbia constitutes the richest oral epic material in any single European language. Its value and appeal derive from the fact that, so far from being mere artificial recitation of obscure and half-forgotten tales of bygone ages (as is so much of the ‘folklore’ of most other European cultures, including the English) it is, on the contrary, the product of a continuous living tradition extending over the last several centuries."

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