APA 6th Edition Grgurević, I. (2007). USMENI I ZAVIČAJNI MOTIVI U KNJIZI ZA DJECU "BURRRA" DANIELA NAČINOVIĆA. Metodički obzori, 2(2007)2 (4), 109-119. Retrieved from https://hrcak.srce.hr/19445
MLA 8th Edition Grgurević, Ivan. "USMENI I ZAVIČAJNI MOTIVI U KNJIZI ZA DJECU "BURRRA" DANIELA NAČINOVIĆA." Metodički obzori, vol. 2(2007)2, no. 4, 2007, pp. 109-119. https://hrcak.srce.hr/19445. Accessed 20 Aug. 2019.
Chicago 17th Edition Grgurević, Ivan. "USMENI I ZAVIČAJNI MOTIVI U KNJIZI ZA DJECU "BURRRA" DANIELA NAČINOVIĆA." Metodički obzori 2(2007)2, no. 4 (2007): 109-119. https://hrcak.srce.hr/19445
Harvard Grgurević, I. (2007). 'USMENI I ZAVIČAJNI MOTIVI U KNJIZI ZA DJECU "BURRRA" DANIELA NAČINOVIĆA', Metodički obzori, 2(2007)2(4), pp. 109-119. Available at: https://hrcak.srce.hr/19445 (Accessed 20 August 2019)
Vancouver Grgurević I. USMENI I ZAVIČAJNI MOTIVI U KNJIZI ZA DJECU "BURRRA" DANIELA NAČINOVIĆA. Metodički obzori [Internet]. 2007 [cited 2019 August 20];2(2007)2(4):109-119. Available from: https://hrcak.srce.hr/19445
IEEE I. Grgurević, "USMENI I ZAVIČAJNI MOTIVI U KNJIZI ZA DJECU "BURRRA" DANIELA NAČINOVIĆA", Metodički obzori, vol.2(2007)2, no. 4, pp. 109-119, 2007. [Online]. Available: https://hrcak.srce.hr/19445. [Accessed: 20 August 2019]
Abstracts Daniel Načinović, born in 1952 in Labin, is a prominent, prolific and versatile Croatian writer of the mid generation from Istria. He lives and works in Pula. Načinović is a poet, prosaist, essayist, translator, anthologist, script writer and journalist. He has received a great number of important awards and recognitions, and is found in many anthologies and reviews.
There is no need for a meticulous analysis to perceive, beside modernism, three predominant characteristics in the author's literary works for children: localism, oral heritage and a specific occasionality or, better to say, occasional inspirationality. Respecting the author's wide range of interest for homeland seen as a wholeness of spiritual and material patrimony, these three books for children seem suitable for analyzing oral and local motives:
'Burra', illustrated by Nevenka Macolić, publishing house Reprezent, Buzet, 1997.
'Veli Jože's Tie or Fairy's Wedding at Pula Amphitheatre', illustrated by Ivan Gregov, Academia Cravatica and Alfa d.d., Zagreb, 2003.
'Little Glagolitic writers', illustrated by Ivan Gregov, Primary school Vazmoslav Gržalje, Buzet.
The work deals with the oral and local motives in the book for children 'Burrra'. On the plot's level we will consider the myth (legend) about the Argonauts and the historical tradition about the town of Dvigrad. We will try to find out how the motives are incorporated in a modern story for children and what the author's opinions about books for children, homeland and heritage are. On the expressional level we will deal with prose and verse, language standards and dialects, language function, poetic narration, the author's connections with the local herritage in the landscape, in the verse sound, oral form or somewhere else.