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Find out why Close. On to opravdava brojnim djelima, meu kojima su najvanija Kad bi drvee hodalo i Gdje prie rastu. Njegove zasluge u ovom polju knjievnosti vide se i u injenici da je prema njemu nazvana godinja nagrada za djeju knjievnost i ilustraciju.
Zbirka pjesama Kad bi drvee hodalo, nosi naziv prema istoimenoj pjesmi koja se nalazi u zbirci.
U njoj se zamiljaju razne situacije u kojima je drvee personificirano, stoga poprima ljudske osobine. Lijepo je u njoj doarano to bi se sve dogodilo kad bi tako neto bilo mogue. Zbirka je namijenjena prvenstveno mlaoj publici, upravo zbog autorova stila pisanja. Viteza obiljeava jednostavan stil, a koristi i jednostavan jezik pri izraavanju. The age structure ranged from the youngest reported singer who was only 3 years old, to the oldest one who was allegedly Additionally, we know that in the s the commercial market for the distribution of epic folk songs, most notably those accompanied by the gusle, was highly developed.
It was not exceptional for a guslar to sell more than 50, copies of a recording. One joint-edition of four guslars sold out its , copies in a short period. All names, O, Slobodan, our sharp sword, Will the battle at Kosovo take place soon? Tomislav is believed to have been It seems more significant that these are only two examples of the kind of communication that was intimately familiar to many persons in former Yugoslavia during the years when their country was breaking apart.
As a result, in less than 50 percent of the population lived off agriculture.
In the period —, 6. This was a sudden, almost brutal migration, which did not result in turning peasants into workers but in creating a unique combined stratum of peasant workers. If one member of the community receives more bread, this will mean that another member will inevitably receive less.
This custom not only strengthens group solidarity, but it also means that much attention will be paid to each division of goods. Such social structures proved to be very resilient, even in a historically new, supposedly modernized situation.
According to research related to the strikes caused by firings of workers carried out in , group solidarity was still of great importance to the new working class: 89 percent of all interviewed workers said that they advocated putting an end to the firings, even though they were aware that their factories would in that case perform less efficiently and that their living standards would correspondingly drop.
There were cases of building and construction companies where, each month after they received their salaries, workers would meet in their quarters and there bring together on the table all the money they had received, in order to distribute it among themselves in exactly equal portions. We believe this to be best, and that is how we work.
It was not a rare sight immediately after to see in the cities original folklore groups performing on the streets and city squares, while the spectators either voiced their approval or joined the performance.
For the party this was a large problem to deal with, but something they had encountered already before. In the course of the Second World War, the Communist leadership of the Partisan movement faced a major obstacle in its efforts to secure the support of the broader population for their cause. Their words simply did not resonate with the peasant majority in particular. As it was quickly noticed, village school teachers, who were very well versed in folk poetry, knew much better how to rally popular support—either to encourage people to join the fighting on the Partisan side or to persuade the peasants to give food freely to Partisan units.
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Moreover, from the same propaganda department had one person whose only job was to record and collect Partisan folk songs. While waiting for better times to come when it would become possible to dispense with folklore, the party took an active part during the war in supporting and promoting folk performances and production.
The folk song they prepared for performance, which had as its main motif the conversation between a grieving mother and her dead son speaking from his grave, was considered mystical and was thus forbidden. The published editions of Partisan songs were usually carefully arranged. This negative attitude provoked protests among folklorists and ethnologists.
When they heard songs with new themes, the researchers simply switched off the recorder. In the new peasant collectives, Bosnian writer Mak Dizdar heard people singing them both during work and in late evening popular gatherings.
In the first guslar society was founded in postwar Yugoslavia. From then on, epic poets were regularly invited to perform on local radio stations, and they toured the country singing before enthusiastic audiences.
Sometimes it was possible to discuss through the medium of the epic poems subjects that were otherwise considered a strict taboo in society, such as the Partisan reprisals after the Second World War.
It does not then surprise us that the folk singer found that there was a special quality to this war. The area experienced When furious winds start blowing on Earth When an animal without law becomes judge That was the year ; The black earth hit by the plague. The sun over Kordun goes into eclipse And everything falls into nightly darkness.
Mad wolves scream everywhere, And the devil holds rifles in his hand.