3 edition of Slavic epic found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -586) and index.
|Series||Balkan studies ;, vol. 4, Balkan studies (New York, N.Y.) ;, v. 4.|
|LC Classifications||PG1658.G8 O8395 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 597 p. :|
|Number of Pages||597|
|LC Control Number||93045754|
The differences among the three epic traditions represented in this chapter are great. The Kalevala is the last of a series of compilations made by Elias Lönnrot of shorter songs collected by himself and others from epic singers in various parts of Finland. The oral-traditional epics of the South Slavs are independent, individual songs, both short a long, ranging from several hundred lines to. Epic and the Russian Novel from Gogol to Pasternak examines the origin of the nineteen- century Russian novel and challenges the Lukacs-Bakhtin theory of epic. By removing the Russian novel from its European context, the authors reveal that it developed as a means of reconnecting the narrative form with its origins in classical and Christian epic in a way that expressed the Russian desire to.
The Slavic Epic is symmetrically divided into three major parts, each of which contains three chapters. Part One ("The Making of a Poet") presents an elaborate historical account of Dubrovnik (apparently a backdrop for understanding Gundulic and his poetry), followed by a lengthy discussion of Gundulic's other major works besides Osman. According to some reliable sources the Slav Epic series of paintings by Czech Art-Nouveau artist Alfons Mucha will be displayed in the Municipal House in Prague next year. The paintings are now stored in the gallery’s depository after their exhibition in Tokyo held from March 8 .
The greatest epic poet of the South Slavs prior to the nineteenth century, and possibly among all the Slavs, was Divo Gundulic() from Dubrovnik, in present-day Croatia, whose epic, Osman, was left unfinished at his far there have been no historical or literary studies of this work in English, and no biographical treatment of : Zdenko Zlatar. But “Slav Epic” is widely seen as Mucha’s masterpiece, and its insurance value is at least million euros, or roughly $11 million at current exchange rates, the Czech news media reported.
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The book has pages, 80% of which are pictorial depicting digitised canvases of the Slav Epic. The remaining 20% of the pages are devoted to informative, technical and supplementary texts, in which Czech philosophers, curators and historians participated in the theme of the Slav Epic.
PRAISE FOR ALFONS MUCHA'S SLAV EPIC: ALFONS MUCHA'S SLAV EPIC An Artist's History of the Slavic People Click here to read a few pages of the book. "This book is a terrific visual treat.
Not many can go to a remote castle in Moravia to see the splendid art of Alfons Mucha, the master painter of the Slav Epic. And with this book there is no need to. Although opinions on it have have changed in the past years, since its first exposure, and now the Slav Epic is perceived as a monumental work, some people in the public sphere (Jiří X Doležal or Václav Klaus) consider the cycle of 20 large-format paintings, devoted to the key moments of Slavic history, as something inappropriate.
The Slav Epic (Czech: Slovanská epopej) is a cycle of 20 large canvases painted by Czech Art Nouveau painter Alfons Mucha between and The cycle depicts the mythology and history of Czechs and other Slavicafter finishing his monumental work, Mucha bestowed the cycle upon the city of Prague on condition that the city build a special pavilion for it.
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; Barnes& Selected Writings: Slavic Epic Studies, Volume 4. Stay in touch with news regarding Slavic Epic Publisher Established inAlbatros Media is one of the largest publishing house’s in the Czech Republic, publishing more than 2, titles per year, and offering a wide range of media products - books, e-books and audiobooks.
Combines The Slav Epic Symbols: Circle, Sun, Spiral, Swoosh Stones. Rock - one of the the only things that has always been present throughout history, for multiple millennia. Housed to the left of the book, these geological artefacts help to form a connection with the history and underlying narrative of The Slav Epic.
Alfons Mucha ztvárnil 20 velkoformátových obrazů. Slovanská epopej je v podstatě shrnutí dějin slovanských národů. Podívejte se na všechny díla v kostce. A Slavic epic fantasy with unexpected twists, this book combines the epic scale of the Song of Ice and Fire series with Balkan history and legends.
On the eve of. The above drawing is a study for one of the Slav Epic paintings. And, of course, there are Mucha's drawings. Alphonse Mucha Drawings: Le Pater "Le Pater" is a visual and written commentary on the Pater Noster. Each drawing represents one or two lines of the prayer, and is paired with Mucha's own writings (which can be found in this book).
Alfons Mucha's Slav Epic is a monumental body of work by one of the greatest artist of the Art Nouveau movement. The epic consist of twenty huge paintings covering Slavic history from about the sixth century to the early part of the twentieth century. Taylor's book depicts each painting in a color panel accompanied by text describing the historical significance and artistic content of each.
The Slavic Epic: Gundulić's Osman Volume 4 of Balkan studies / Balkan studies, ISSN Volume 4 of Studies in Modern German Literature: Author: Zdenko Zlatar: Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects.
Excellent comprehensive book on Alphonse Mucha. Arrived quickly. Love that this book has photographs of his reference photos, drawings, as well as large images his graphic work, not often contained in other books about Mucha; sadly there were tiny 1/3 or 1/2 page size photos of his 20 Slav Epic murals which were enormous in real life (20' x 26' in real life), so if you were purchasing the book Reviews: The Slav Epic is a series of twenty paintings, depicting the history of the Slavic people as a celebration of their culture.
It was on display in the Moravský Krumlov chateau in the South Moravian Region in the Czech Republic, from to Panchatantra, a Sanskrit epic of Indian animal folktales; Sepha Khun Chang Khun Phaen, a Thai epic about the adventures of Khun Phaen, a Siamese folk hero.
Shahnameh, the Persian "Book of Kings" by Ferdowsi, national epic of Greater Iran and world's longest epic poetry written by one poet; Silappadhikaram, a Tamil Hindu epic from Tamil Nadu, India. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Slavic epic studies. The Hague ; Paris: Mouton, xii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. The Slav Epic (Slovanská epopej) is a series of 20 large paintings by Czech artist Alfons Mucha designed to celebrate Slav culture and history.
Painted between andthe canvasses commemorate major events in Slavic history, including battles, coronations and the abolition of serfdom. Size of the book.
The size of the book is 62 cm by 42 cm. There is a reason for these exact dimensions, because the size of an open page copies the commonly given size of the largest canvases of the Slav Epic – cm x cm. The book has pages of mostly pictures.Alphonse Mucha was born on 24 July in the small town of Ivančice in southern Moravia, then a province of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, (currently a region of the Czech Republic).
His family had a very modest income; his father was a court usher, and his mother was a miller's daughter. He showed an early talent for drawing; a local merchant impressed by his work provided him with paper for.The Slav Epic book, authored by Jan William Drnek, rumoured to be titled epos, is due to be launched on 25th April at 5 pm in The National Library of the Czech Republic, Clementinum, Prague.
The limited-edition publication is to be the first of its kind in the world, a digital reproduction of Alphonse Mucha’s The Slav Epic.