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Rafo Bogišić

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In the second half of the 16th century a circle of writers with new ideas and new literary trends was formed in Dubrovnik. After the Petrarchists from the first half of the century and the Renaissance »realists« from the middle of the century, these poets from the second half of the 16‘h century followed a pure poetic concept and regarded the Italian neo-Petrarchists as their model. The main poet and organizer
of this circle was Savko Bobaljević (1530—1585). At the end of the fifties and the beginning of the sixties Bobaljević gathered a number of men of letters of the same ideas and they formed the »Akademija Složnih« (Accademia dei Concordi). These were, apart from Bobaljević, Miho Monaldi, a philosopher and poet, Božo (Natal) Tudizić, Lucijan Getaldić, Gian Battista Amalteo (an Italian), Vlaho Kaboga and others. The programme of the Academy was faithful serving the muses and pure poetry, introversion in the style of neopetrarchist platonism, erudition
and reflection. Their thematic and stylistic form of expression was love poetry and poems for special occasions in the form of a sonnet and a canzone. Besides composing pure lyrics these poets showed an emphasized feeling for entertainment and conversation, learned and refined dialogues. Apart from its great importance in literaray creation and cultural atmosphere in Dubrovnik in the second half of the 16th century, the »Akademija Složnih« has specific features of the first literary society in the Croatian cultural sphere.

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