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Stone speaker : medieval tombs, landscape, and Bosnian identity in the poetry of Mak Dizdar

Author: Amila Buturović
Publisher: New York : Palgrave, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Buturovic (religious studies and humanities, York University) examines Dizdar's recovery of the ancestral world and the attempt to refashion a sense of collective belonging, as represented by his work Stone Sleeper. Focusing on Dizdar's use of medieval epitaphs and cemetery imagery, the book details his articulation of pluralistic identities rooted in the Bosnian landscape rather than in national and religious  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Mak Dizdar; Mak Dizdar; Mak Dizdar; Mak Dizdar; Mak Dizdar; Mak Dizdar; Mak Dizdar
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Amila Buturović
ISBN: 0312239467 9780312239466
OCLC Number: 48390664
Description: 229 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Imagining Bosnia: Of Texts and Contexts --
The Archeology of the Stecak: Historical and Cultural Considerations --
The Ancestral Voices Speak: Mak Dizdar's Stone Sleeper --
Mapping the Bosnian Identity: Sacred Space, Rootedness, and Continuity in Stone Sleeper --
Translating Spiritual Space-Time: Recreating Kameni Spavac in English, by Francis R. Jones (with Bilingual Selections from Stone Sleeper).
Responsibility: by Amila Buturović ; with translations by Francis R. Jones.
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In treating the medieval tombstones as sites of collective memory, Dizdar's poetry evokes new possibilities for Bosnians to cast aside national differences based primarily on religion and embrace a  Read more...

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'The idea proposed by Amila Buturovic is, in a word, superb. Mak Dizdar's life and work, as well as the ensuing events leading to the break-up of the former Yugoslavia, offer a textbook example of a Read more...

 
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