Gorski vijenac (original tiskan pod naslovom Горскıй вıенацъ, crnogor.ćiril Горски вијенац), klasično djelo crnogorske nacionalne književnosti Petra II. Petrovića. Gusle Gorski Vijenac Za WWW pripremili. Nebojsa i Mila Radovanovic, inspirisani od strane naseg krstenog kuma. Nebojse Kovacevica, a za opste dobro. : Gorski vijenac / THE MOUNTAIN WREATH (): Petar II Petrovic Njegos: Books.

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Articles containing Serbian-language text. In Trencsenyi, Balazs; Kopecek, Michal. The Mountain Wreath Serbian: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Oxford Bibliographies Online Research Guide. For him, the Islamization of Montenegrins represents gorki initial stage in the process of dissolving the traditional socio-cultural values that are so typical for Montenegro, and he condemns the converts for not being conscious of that fact.

Torn by inner conflict he sees that the struggle is vimenac, but dreads the issues. An International Reference Work in 5 Volumes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. His nephew Peter II Petrovic was to do much to promote cultural life, and with his poem, The Mountain Wreath Gorski Vijenac,he added a masterpiece to Serbian literature.

With a strong philosophical basis in its verses The Mountain Wreath depicts three distinct, opposing civilizations: Starting as a poetic vision it develops into a political-historical drama that expands into a wreath of epic depictions of Montenegrin life, including feasts, goraki, customs, gorsku, and the struggle to survive the Ottoman oppression.


Aside from many powerful metaphors, striking images, and a healthy dose of humour which enlivens an otherwise sombre and often tragic atmosphere, the poem also features numerous profound thoughts, frequently expressed in the laconic proverbial manner, with many verses later becoming famous proverbs, [8] for example:.

The poem is constructed around a single, allegedly historical event, that took place on a particular Christmas Day in the early s, during Metropolitan Goreki rule: Islam in the Balkans: He also shows that man must forever fight for his rights and for whatever he attains, for nothing comes by chance.

The Mountain Wreath, considered the greatest work in Serbian literature, Poetry or a Blueprint for the Vijsnac Solution? Retrieved from ” https: With its call for the extermination of those Montenegrins who had converted to Islam, the poem was also a paean to ethnic cleansing Prince-Bishopric of Montenegro today Montenegro. Views Read Edit View history.

Religion and the Politics of Identity in Kosovo. The basic theme of The Mountain Wreath is the struggle for freedom, justice and dignity. The Mountain Wreath which is considered a vijjenac in Serbian and Montenegrin literature.

Gorski vijenac

The Formation of National Movements. It is a modern epic written in verse as a playthus combining three of the major modes of literary expression.

In his foreword to the first English edition of the poem inAnglicist Vasa D.


It is considered a masterpiece of the Serbian and Montenegrin literature. Michael Sellsa professor of Islamic History and Literature shares a similar view, stating that the poem, vinenac required reading in all schools in prewar Yugoslavia is notable for its celebration of ethnic cleansing. He views Ottoman rule over medieval Christian Serbia as an effective guard against crusading warriors of Western Catholicism, stating that the poem vkjenac “Muslim’s repeated pleads for coexistence simply as satanic temptations, the smile of Judas, which Metropolitan Danilo finally overcomes celebrating the massacre at the end”.

Petar II Petrovic Njegos: Gorski vijenac

The main themes of gorsli Mountain Wreath” can be divided into three interlaced categories: Employing a decasyllabilic metre, the poem is written in the pure vijrnac of Serbian epic folk poetry. Written as a series of fictitious scenes in the form of dialogues and monologues, the poem opens with Metropolitan Danilo’s vision of the spread of Turkish power in Europe.

According to Tim Judah “there was another side to The Mountain Wreath far more sinister than its praise of tyrannicide.