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https://doi.org/10.47960/2831-0322.2023.2.27.71

CROATIAN LITERARY HISTORIOGRAPHY ABOUT STANKO VRAZ

Andrea Sapunar Knežević orcid id orcid.org/0009-0006-1723-303X ; Zavod za povijest hrvatske književnosti, kazališta i glazbe, Hrvatska akademija znanosti i umjetnosti


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Next to Petar Preradović and Ivan Mažuranić, Croatian literary historiography considers Stanko Vraz to be one of the most prominent revival poets. The reviews of the older literary historiographers, Branko Drechsler Vodnik and Slavko Ježić, as well as contemporary ones, Ivo Frangeš, Miroslav Šicel and Dubravko Jelčić, present a witness on this point. The fact is that Vraz’s opus and life abundant in cultural work are still the subject of newer literary and scientific research. That is what some newer, contemporary literary and historical and theoretically renewed readings of the Vraz’s work, two hundred years after their emergence, testify. It is indeed an undoubtfull indicator of Vraz’s opus value.

Ključne riječi

Stanko Vraz; Branko Drechsler Vodnik; Slavko Ježić; Ivo Frangeš, Miroslav Šicel; Dubravko Jelčić; literary and historical reviews; literary and critical assessments.

Hrčak ID:

312063

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/312063

Datum izdavanja:

22.12.2023.

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