master's thesis
The type of the superfluous man in Croatian prose of first modern

Mia Bačić (2017)
University of Zadar
Department of Croatian and Slavic Studies
Division of Croatian Language and Literature
Metadata
TitleTip "suvišnog čovjeka" u hrvatskoj prozi prve moderne
AuthorMia Bačić
Mentor(s)Kornelija Kuvač-Levačić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Zadaća ovog diplomskog rada bila je u korpusu odabranih djela pronaći tipske odrednice "suvišnog čovjeka" u razdoblju prve hrvatske moderne. Korpus odabranih djela čine: Janko Borislavić Ksavera Šandora Đalskog, Misao na vječnost i Sjene ljubavi Janka Leskovara te Bijeg Milutina Cikalara Nehajeva. Poseban naglasak stavljen je na tipski lik "suvišnog čovjeka", njegov nastanak i razvoj. Kako je s.č. društveno motiviran lik prikazali smo književne, društvene i političke prilike za vrijeme prve hrvatske moderne. Ukazali smo na postojanje "suvišnih" osobina u razdoblju 19. stoljeća kroz likove prijana Lovre i Janka Borislavića. Analizom likova Đure Martića, Marcela Bušinskog i Đure Andrijaševića iznijeli smo sličnosti sa s.č. Vodeći se teorijskim postavkama P. Hamona uspostavili smo semantičku etiketu hrvatske inačice s.č. ističući sličnosti i odstupanja od ruske. Spomenute likove promatrali smo i s čitateljskog aspekta prema teorijskim postavkama V. Jouvea. U radu smo prikazali zašto ove likove možemo prikazati u referencijalnom okviru s.č., kao i neznatna odstupanja od istog. Odabrani likovi pokazatelji su razvoja individualnih iz tipskih likova blagim odmicanjem od zadanog referencijalnog okvira.
Keywordsdominant characters "superfluous man" the first Croatian modern semantic labels Croatian version of "superfluous man"
Parallel title (English)The type of the superfluous man in Croatian prose of first modern
Committee MembersVanda Babić (committee chairperson)
Sanja Knežević (committee member)
Kornelija Kuvač-Levačić (committee member)
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 date2017-03-31
Parallel abstract (English)
The aim of this master´s thesis was to find standard guidelines of "superfluous man" in the period of the first Croatian modern. The corps of selected works are: Janko Borislavić by Ksavier Šandora Đalski, Misao na vječnost and Sjene ljubavi by Janko Leskovar and Bijeg by Milutin Cikalar Nehajev. Special accent is placed on the dominant character of "superfluous man", it's emergence and development. As "superfluous man" is socially motivated character, we showed literaral, social and political conditions during the first Croatian modern. We pointed out the existence of "superfluous" features in the period of the 19th century through the characters "prijan" Lovro and Janko Borislavić. By analysing the characters of Đuro Martić, Marcel Bušinski and Đuro Andrijašević we presented similarities with "superfluous man". Guided by the theoretical postulates of P. Hamon, we have established a semantic label of Croatian version "superfluous man" pointing out the similarities and variations with Russian. We have also observed from readers aspect to the theoretical assumptions V. Jouvea. In this paper we also show why these characters can be displayed in a reference frame of "superfluous man" and slight variations of the same. Selected characters are indicators of development of individual characters from the dominant by mild moving away from a given referential framework.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)tipski likovi suvišni čovjek prva hrvatska moderna semantička etiketa hrvatska inačica s.č
Resource typetext
Access conditionAccess restricted to students and staff of home institution
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:162:223959
CommitterMarta Unković