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We „were neither Croatians, nor Illyrians nor Slavs, but 'imperial royal frontiersman'“. On the Phenomenon of the Border in August Šenoa and Miroslav Krleža.


Car, Milka
We „were neither Croatians, nor Illyrians nor Slavs, but 'imperial royal frontiersman'“. On the Phenomenon of the Border in August Šenoa and Miroslav Krleža. // Ars & humanitas, 13 (2019), 2; 40-63 doi:10.4312/ars.13.2.40-63 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
We „were neither Croatians, nor Illyrians nor Slavs, but 'imperial royal frontiersman'“. On the Phenomenon of the Border in August Šenoa and Miroslav Krleža.

Autori
Car, Milka

Izvornik
Ars & humanitas (1854-9632) 13 (2019), 2; 40-63

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
border phenomena, Austro-Hungarian Empire, post-imperial age, August Šenoa, Miroslav Krleža

Sažetak
Departing from the thesis that literary texts, in addition to their capacity to provide description, also demonstrate potential for construing reality, this paper focuses on the selected narratives, or essayistic and poetological texts written by canonical Croatian authors such as August Šenoa and Miroslav Krleža. The paper focuses on demonstration and literary representation of various border phenomena in Austro-Hungarian Empire (Šenoa) and their gradual change in the post-imperial age following the Great War (Krleža). By challenging the imperial narrative about the Military Frontier, image of the Ottomans in the late 19th and early 20th centuries as well as the associated national and homogenizing discourses infused by the processes of Othering, the article analyses a number of variations in the understanding of the border and their ideological implications with special regard to the thesis that borders are construed as impossible endeavours aiming to separate the self from the Other.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Filologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove:
Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb

Profili:

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Car, Milka
We „were neither Croatians, nor Illyrians nor Slavs, but 'imperial royal frontiersman'“. On the Phenomenon of the Border in August Šenoa and Miroslav Krleža. // Ars & humanitas, 13 (2019), 2; 40-63 doi:10.4312/ars.13.2.40-63 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)
Car, M. (2019) We „were neither Croatians, nor Illyrians nor Slavs, but 'imperial royal frontiersman'“. On the Phenomenon of the Border in August Šenoa and Miroslav Krleža.. Ars & humanitas, 13 (2), 40-63 doi:10.4312/ars.13.2.40-63.
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