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Jelovšek’s supressed Dairy

Branka Brlenić-Vujić ; Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Osijeku


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str. 228-244

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Jelovšek’s dairy titled Symphony (when I read ‘symphonies’ VI. By Jelovšek) was created in Prague in 1868. It is a pursuant interpretation of the author’s Symphonies I (1898), which refers to the artistic-theoretical conception of development and genesis of the author’s lyrics, and is characterised as a programme text.
In 1898, Vladimir Jelovšek systemised the poetics of dispersive discourse on the principle of the future expressionistic Gesamtkunstwerk tracing Kandinski, preceding Croatian and European avant-garde. His Diary (1898!) is a documentary structure which challenges the research of »literary anti-worlds« where the end of fin de siècle poetics and the beginning of expressionist poetics can be foreseen. Jakovšek’s suppressed Diary will warn of similar events in European literature, as well as events that are to come into Croatian literature.

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Hrčak ID:

72988

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/72988

Datum izdavanja:

3.5.2007.

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