master's thesis
S(ve)t' se kon'ča (The World Ends)

Anita Tot (2016)
University of Zadar
Department of Croatian and Slavic Studies
Division of Croatian Language and Literature
Metadata
TitleS(ve)t' se kon'ča
AuthorAnita Tot
Mentor(s)Slavomir Sambunjak (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Tema je ovog diplomslog rada hrvatska srednjovjekovna pjesma S(vê)t' se kon'ča zapisana u glagoljskom rukopisnom zborniku Code slave No. 11, poznatom kao Pariški kodeks, koji se čuva u francuskoj nacionalnoj biblioteci u Parizu. U ovom radu predstavljeni su konstruktivni zaključci objavljenih teza o nastanku i utjecajima na pjesmu, podržani jezičnom i književnom analizom pjesme. Pjesma S(vê)t' se kon'ča zapisana je uglatom glagoljicom na srednjodalmatinskoj ikavskoj čakavštini, pretežno u dvanaesterčkom stihu, sa deset strofa po četiri stiha i tri strofe po tri stiha s jednolikom rimom. Zapis zadnjeg stiha vjerojatno je iskvaren. Pjesma pripada književnom žanru prenja iako je većina autoriteta smatra satiričnom pjesmom. Nastala je u Zadru ili njegovoj bližoj okolici u prvoj trećini XIV. stoljeća. Autor je vjerojatno franjevac trećoredac iz reformističkog kruga utjecan heretičkim učenjem joakimizmom. Mediolatinitet, Otkrivenje i dualističke hereze imali su snažan utjecaj na pjesmu. Pjesma S(vê)t' se kon'ča ističe se svojim sadržajem i formom, ona zauzima posebno mjesto u hrvatskoj srednjovjekovnoj poeziji i imala je dugotrajan utjecaj na hrvatsko pjesništvo.
KeywordsS(ve)t' se kon'ča (The World Ends) Croatian medieval poetry Paris Code Pariška pjesmarica (Paris songbook) linguistic analyses literary analyses Revelation Alia cantio pulchra et vera M. Marulić: Dobri nauci Umberto Eco: The name of the Rose heresy the Inquisition.
Parallel title (English)S(ve)t' se kon'ča (The World Ends)
Committee MembersIvica Vigato
Teodora Vigato
GranterUniversity of Zadar
Lower level organizational unitsDepartment of Croatian and Slavic Studies
Division of Croatian Language and Literature
PlaceZadar
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineHUMANISTIC SCIENCES
Philology
Croatian Studies
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelgraduate
Study programmeCroatian Language and Literature
Academic title abbreviationmag. philol. croat
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2016-03-29
Parallel abstract (English)
The topic of this graduate thesis is Croatian medieval poem S(ve)t' se kon'ča (The World Ends), written in Glagolithic manuscript Code slave No.11, also known as Pariški kodeks (The Paris Code) treasured in the French national library in Paris. This thesis presents constructive deductions of published theses on origin and influence of the poem, supported by linguistic and literary analyses of the song. The poem S(ve)t' se kon'ča is written in angular form of the Glagolitic script and in middle Dalmatian ikavian-chakavian dialect, mostly in dodecasyllabic verses with ten stanzas of four verses and three stanzas of three verses having single rhyme. The transcript of the last verse is probably altered. The poem belongs to a literary genre of dispute even though the majority of authorities consider it a satirical poem. It originated in Zadar or its vicinity in the first third of the 14th century. An author was probably the Franciscan Tertiary from the reformist circle affected by heretical Joachimite teachings. The medieval Latin literature, Revelation and dualistic heresy had a strong infulence on the poem. The poem, which is distinguished by its content and form, has a special place in Croatian medieval poetry and it had a long lasting influence on Croatian poetry.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)S(vê)t' se kon'ča hrvatsko srednjovjekovno pjesništvo Pariški kodeks Pariška pjesmarica jezična analiza književna analiza Otkrivenje Alia cantio pulchra et vera M. Marulić: Dobri Nauci Umberto Eco: Ime Ruže hereza inkvizicija.
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:162:252917
CommitterMarta Unković