IVAN GUNDULIC OSMAN PDF

Some parts of them may have been sung. The four plays that have survived are mostly variations on or translations of Italian works. He uses the unfortunate fate of the young sultan as a springboard for more general reflections on the transience of human glory. Article Media. Info Print Cite.

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He received an excellent education. After that he studied Roman law and jurisprudence in general, where he held numerous offices for the Great Council of the Republic. Twice, in and , he held the temporary function of knez commissary or governor of Konavle, an area southeast of the city. From until his death Ivan held various offices in the city government. Had he lived a little longer — he died of an intense fever, product of an inflammation in his ribs Folio 15 Libr.

He began his literary career by writing poems and staging melodramas that became popular in Dubrovnik. But Ivan published only his larger works. His earlier work, which he referred to as a "brood of darkness", is now lost.

His first publications were in , when he rewrote several of David's Psalms and wrote several religious poems. In this poem Ivan presented the three basic categories of Christian faith : sin, repentance and redemption through contrasts such as between life and death, purity and sin, and Heaven and Hell. Osman had 20 cantos, but the 14th and the 15th were never found. Osman is firmly rooted within the rich literary tradition of the Croatian Baroque in Dubrovnik and Dalmatia and is considered as one of its apogees.

Osman begins with the Sultan's grasping of the situation caused by the Ottoman defeat at Chocim and descriptions of how the era of pre-Ottoman glory of the Bulgarians, Serbs, Hungarians, Albanians and especially the Poles could be easily restored. According to the storyline, Sultan Osman dispatched Ali-pasha to the Kingdom of Poland in order to negotiate peace and Kazlar-aga to choose which Polish noblewoman would suit him best for marriage.

After numerous failed attempts to restore order in the empire, the army captures Osman and executes him, bringing the imprisoned Mustafa as the new sultan. Zajc in Rijeka. Different researchers have described him as a Croatian poet. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification.

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The square was created as a consequence of the Great Earthquake from as the houses located on the spot were reduced to rubble. On the square is also a small Amerling fountain, a donation by benefactor Mr Amerling. He was educated in his home city. He was elected twice for the Rector of Konavle, he served as the member of the Dubrovnik Great Council and later as a member of the Small Council of Dubrovnik. He held several public posts in the Dubrovnik Republic, and if he had not died in he would most probably also had been elected for a Rector of the Republic.

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Osman (Gundulić)

He received an excellent education. After that he studied Roman law and jurisprudence in general, where he held numerous offices for the Great Council of the Republic. Twice, in and , he held the temporary function of knez commissary or governor of Konavle, an area southeast of the city. From until his death Ivan held various offices in the city government. Had he lived a little longer — he died of an intense fever, product of an inflammation in his ribs Folio 15 Libr.

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The first, though incomplete, edition was printed in Dubrovnik in , while the first complete and critical edition was published by Matica ilirska in Osman is unique in its departure from what were at the time of its creation considered the basic characteristics of the genre of epic poetry, through structuring its plot around a contemporary event and an epic antihero, young sultan Osman, who gets punished for his sin of arrogance in compliance with the Christian worldview. The intricate composition of its thematic contexts, nonlinear narrative, the existence of two parallel plots intertwining with episodes of romance, as well as the fact that two central cantos are missing, have given rise to much speculation over its creation. For example, there is one theory that a part of Osman had been lost, the other according to which the missing cantos have purposefully been taken out due to a complex relationship throughout history between the Republic of Dubrovnik and the Ottoman Empire, along with the hypothesis that the cantos in question had never been written at all, since the historical and romantic episodes constituting the two basic thematic layers of Osman , would have been far too difficult to structure into a logical and functional whole. Owing to its thematic and structural innovations it represented a significant breakthrough in the national tradition of epic poetry and became a model and example followed by generations of the writers of Croatian epic poetry. It has been translated into all leading world languages.

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