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KRAKOWIAK IN CROATIAN AND SLOVENIAN LITERATURE

Ivana Živančević


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Well-known Polish form of artistic poetry, krakowiak, named after the city in Poland — Krakow, has come down from the folk literature of that region. From the Polish literature it enters in other Slavic literatures at the beginning of the 19th century. At that time it was especially popular in Croatian lyric poetry. In fact, krakowiak is a Polish national folk dance joined with song. It is performed in two quater note measure with syncope. In the middle of the 19th century Chopin installs krakowiak in classical music. In poetry it has a form of a quatrain with four hexameters and rhyme: abcb. Polish krakowiak was introduced in Croatian and Slovenian literature by Stanko Vraz (1810—1851). His famous collection of poems, Đulabije, printed in Zagreb in 1840, was written in the style and the manner of krakowiak.

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212922

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