You are on page 1of 1 Search inside document Kanjo Macedonovi Kanjo Macedonovi je legendarni budvanski junak iz pripovetke Kanjo Macedonovi koji je otiao da se bori sa Furlanom, gorostasnim neprijateljem venecijanskog duda, da bi poboljao poloaj svojih Patrovia. U ovoj pripoveci kroz lik Kanjoa i njegovu junaku borbu sa stranim divom iz koje je Kanjo, uz dosta sree, izaao kao pobednik epska legenda i realizam stopili su se u jedno. Kanjo je opisan kao neidealizovani heroj tragikomine pojave, koji za razliku od snanih i nepobedivih junaka iz srpskih epskih pesama, ima osobine obinog ljudskog bia. On je bio plemenit i hrabar ovek, koji je mnogo voleo svoje narod i mesto u kome ivi.

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His father Mitar therefore the patronymic Mitrov was a seaman whom he rarely saw and died when Stjepan was only 14 years old. His education, mostly in the Italian language, went irregularly since he had to work to help support his family from an early age.

When only 19, he was elected to the post of the secretary of the town of Budva. This job forced him into learning more on current laws and was soon considered by the plain folks to be a lawyer and was often approached as such. He started writing court records and even operated as a defender in the local court of law. This self-thought knowledge of his was then acknowledged by the authorities and without taking a judiciary exam he became a public notary.

In he was elected as the deputy of Boka in the Dalmatian parliament in Zadar and not long afterwards he was sent to the parliament in Vienna as an MP of the National Party then still gathering both Serbs and Croats. From then on he was constantly re-elected to the parliaments in Vienna, and in Zadar. From to , he was the president of the Dalmatian parliament. In his political efforts, he fought against the ethnic Italian domination in Dalmatian politics and culture, for the equality of religions and languages, for the emancipation of Serb populace in Dalmatia, the economic benefit of the province but also for the autonomy of Dalmatia and against the unification with Croatia-Slavonia.

He sailed in literary waters more actively from , continuing with short stories. His earthly remains were transferred to Budva in His stories are full with folklore elements, sayings, vivid characters that all showed the character of Serbian people in the Littoral.

His works remain popular to this very date. December 7, Glas Crnogorca.


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Tetaxe Nowadays, it is a sign of Venetian charity and kindness. More like this Similar Items. Your request to send this item has been completed. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. She wrote twelve dramas, which were produced and performed many times, and published by different publishing madedonovic, in addition she wrote many successful dramatisations. The world has changed so much, it tilted towards evil, malice and wrong, that even tomorrow, everything could disappear if we do not stand tall.



Zulkinris Inshe was nominated Head of the Drama of the National Theatre in Belgrade and after that stayed as a director in that same theatre. She directed varied repertoire of plays, including Yugoslav and foreign kanos as well as contemporary dramas, out of which many were world premieres. Literary awards She also received many significant literary awards: The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Write a review Rate this item: On her lecturing tours, she macdeonovic all the major Universities in the USA, And defence and or last days. Cancel Forgot your password?

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