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Studenac nebeski: Molitvenici u hrvatskoj književnosti od 16. do kraja 18. stoljeća (s posebnim osvrtom na Antuna Kanižlića)


Šundalić, Zlata
Studenac nebeski: Molitvenici u hrvatskoj književnosti od 16. do kraja 18. stoljeća (s posebnim osvrtom na Antuna Kanižlića), Split: Književni krug, 2003 (monografija)


Naslov
Studenac nebeski: Molitvenici u hrvatskoj književnosti od 16. do kraja 18. stoljeća (s posebnim osvrtom na Antuna Kanižlića)
(The Heavenly Well: Prayer-books in Croatian literature from the 16th to the end of the 18th century (referring to Antun Kanižlić))

Autori
Šundalić, Zlata

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija knjige
Autorske knjige, monografija, znanstvena

Izdavač
Književni krug

Grad
Split

Godina
2003

Stranica
609

ISBN
953-163-156-5

Ključne riječi
hrvatska književnost 16.-18. stoljeća; molitvenici; religiozna književnost
(Croatian literature from th 16th to the 18th century; prayer-books; religious literature)

Sažetak
The Heavenly Well: Prayer-books in Croatian literature from the 16th to the end of the 18th century (referring to Antun Kanižlić) The matter of interest of the book The Heavenly Well is a prayer-book which, is approached primarily as a part of Croatian literary heritage, consequently as a literary-historic and literary-aesthetic phenomenon, within which a part is reiterative thus being predictable. The prayer-book is conceptually determined as a collection of prayers, texts and poems whose structure can have a variable or stable character, and are intended for private or public church service, being it for an individual or a community of believers. This feature initiated a typology of prayer-books whose form and content are starting point criteria. The typology of prayer-books implicates two basic groups of prayer-books: the first are prayer-books with content decided upon the author himself ; and the second are prayer-books with content imposed by something external than the author (a particular liturgical book, a figure of a saint, a certain ritual). There are subgroups within each main group (a clear and heterogeneous type of prayer-books within the first basic group, and a prayer-book-breviary, a prayer-book-hagiographic, a prayer-book-passionate type within the second basic group of prayer-books). Special attention is drawn to noticing unpredictable and unrepeatable elements in a prayer-book (content related, stylistic, compositional, metric). The structure of the book is in the function of their revelation, and it is structured so that it goes from the conceptual feature of the prayer-book, its historical conceptualisation, followed by the bibliography of the prayer-book, then their bibliographic descriptions, the synthesis of analytical reading results, and examples of certain cognitions with concrete texts. The chapters of the book bear headings as follows: 1. Prayer-book: content related, compositional, generic feature of a concept ; 2. Prayer-book: Christian-theological, cultural-historical feature ; 3. Structure – a bibliographic description ; 4. Description of bibliographic items – methodological premises, 5. The oldest printed Croatian prayer-book (description) ; 6. Prayer-books in the Dubrovnik-Dalmatian cultural milieu (descriptions) ; 7. Prayer-books in the Ozalj cultural milieu (descriptions) 8. Prayer-books in the Kajkavian cultural milieu (descriptions), 9. Digression: the prayer-books of Burgenland Croats (description) ; 10. Prayer-books in the Slavonian cultural milieu (descriptions) ; 11. Conclusion – results of analytical readings ; Appendix – Annexes In the book, much attention is drawn to the bibliography of prayer-books (the body of the texts has 128 headings), which is organised chronologically (from the 16th to the end of the 18th century) and regionally (Dubrovnik-Dalmatian, Ozalj, Kajkavian, Slavonian cultural milieu). Also, it states that there should be more research on Croatian prayer-books, which have emerged beyond the boarders of the mainstream literature. A considerable portion of the book belongs to analytical reading, which comprises prayer-books from four Croatian regional literatures (the Dubrovnik-Dalmatian, Kajkavian and Ozalj cultural milieus are represented by two prayer-books each, and the Slavonian one by twelve), thus implicating the following parameters: author, heading, edition, volume and pagination, data on font and print, graphic decorations ; inscription, preface, main chapters, liturgical forms of prayer, private forms of prayer, psalms, saints’ biographies, paraphrases of hymns, liturgical poetical texts ; recipient, signature, property of the book and appendixes. Through these readings certain content related and compositional connections and analogies among prayer-books of certain regions have been noticed. The bibliographic descriptions of Croatian prayer-books from the 16th to the end of the 18th century, considering clear methodological premises, have resulted in the conclusion that prayer-books should be understood as works of popular literature (and that in reference to: author, text, reader). However, at the same time, this does not mean that within them one cannot find such examples which by their content, stylistic, compositional and metric characteristics wouldn’ t bear all the features of artistic / high / elite literature (which is substantiated by Kanižlić’ s prayer-books). In this way, prayer-books prove that we cannot simply draw a line between written artistic and popular literature.

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Hrvatski



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Šundalić, Zlata
Studenac nebeski: Molitvenici u hrvatskoj književnosti od 16. do kraja 18. stoljeća (s posebnim osvrtom na Antuna Kanižlića), Split: Književni krug, 2003 (monografija)
Šundalić, Z. (2003) Studenac nebeski: Molitvenici u hrvatskoj književnosti od 16. do kraja 18. stoljeća (s posebnim osvrtom na Antuna Kanižlića). Split, Književni krug.
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