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OTO SIAKOVIC’S OCCASIONAL POETRY – A FORGOTTEN TYPE OF LITERARY COMMUNICATION

Anica Bilić orcid id orcid.org/0000-0002-6162-7582 ; Centar za znanstveni rad Hrvatske akademije znanosti i umjetnosti u Vinkovcima


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The study is based on a relatively small number of poems written by Franciscan friar Oto Siakovic (1830–1878), a lesser known and forgotten occasional poetry author. With several occasional poems, he joined the predominant literary trend in the 19th century poetic practice in Latin and Croatian. In the corpus analysis of our study, occasional poems were taken as a popular and affirmed type of social and literary communication in the 18th and 19th centuries. We have found that the communicative function in these poems is more clearly expressed since the language, in establishing a reference to reality, is focused on extralinguistic context. The poetic function is, on the other hand, mirrored in the stylized speech embellished with rhetorical figures. Our conclusion is that 19th century occasional poems, including those written by Oto Siakovic, which represented the predominant type of social and literary communication in the mentioned period, exist today only as a written record of communicative act devoid of the original context, thus being a reminder of centuries past, a keepsake, and a collection of literary and non-literary dana relating to the time when odes and panegyrics were used to publicly address the contemporaries.


Ključne riječi

Oto Siakovic, occasional poems, social communication, literary communication, speech

Hrčak ID:

153710

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/153710

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