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Title:SMRT JUGOSLAVIJE V IZBRANIH DELIH DŽEVADA KARAHASANA
Authors:Križman, David (Author)
Pavlič, Darja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:V diplomskem delu sem se lotil raziskovanja problema in obravnave razpada Jugoslavije v izbranih treh romanih Dževada Karahasana in enem esejskem delu. To so romani: Nočni shod (Noćno vijeće), Sara in Serafina (Sara i Serafina) Šahrijarjev prstan (Šahrijarov prsten) ter esejsko delo Dnevnik selitve (Dnevnik selidbe). V diplomskem delu sem vzel v obzir predvsem pisateljevo življenje v Sarajevu med okupacijo, kar ga je odločilno zaznamovalo, ter težavo, ki nikoli prej ni predstavljala ovire, jo je pa postavila z začetkom vojne, to je vprašanje narodnosti. Pisatelja sem izbral, ker je primeren zaradi obeh razlogov: kot poročevalec o grozotah vojne, saj jih je občutil na svoji koži, in kot poznavalec vprašanja narodnosti, saj je njegova soproga srbske nacionalnosti. Ta nacionalna razklanost, ki nikoli prej ni predstavljala ovire, je vodilni motiv v njegovih romanih. V izbranih romanih in eseju je prikazano stanje v Bosni in Hercegovini pred in med vojno. Prikazan je psihološki profil protagonistov, ki čakajo na katastrofo, njihova predvojna bojazen, pisateljevo videnje stanja, kakršno je, predvsem v Sarajevu in Bosni in Hercegovini, ter iskanje odgovora na vprašanje, kako je to mogoče preseči in premagati. V dveh delih je glavni protagonist pisatelj sam, ki subjektivno opisuje dogodke v svoji državi, v ostalih delih pa sta vodilna lika izseljenec, ki se v Bosno in Hercegovino vrne po petindvajsetih letih in skuša razumeti, kaj se dogaja v državi, ter starejša gospa, ki nikakor noče zapustiti svojega doma in raje živi pod okupacijo, kot pa da bi zapustila in potem pogrešala svoj dom. Diplomska naloga obravnava življenje v Sarajevu in po drugih mestih, ki jih je vojna še posebej prizadela, odnose ljudi med vojno ter pojavnost groteske v izbranih delih Dževada Karahasana.
Keywords:Dževad Karahasan, Nočni shod, Sara in Serafina, Šahrijarjev prstan, Dnevnik selitve, razpad Jugoslavije, vojni roman, groteska.
Year of publishing:2011
Publisher:[D. Križman]
Source:Maribor
UDC:82(043.2)
COBISS_ID:18363144 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:D2MKUXSQ
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Language:English
Title:THE DEATH OF YUGOSLAVIA IN THE SELECTED WORKS OF DŽEVAD KARAHASAN
Abstract:In my diploma paper I researched and dealt with the problem of the break-up of Yugoslavia as described in three selected novels and an essay by Dževad Karahasan. These are the novels: Nightly advice (Noćno vijeće), Sara and Serafina (Sara i Serafina), Šahrijar’s ring (Šahrijarov prsten) and the essay titled Sarajevo, Exodus of a City (Dnevnik selidbe). In my research I mostly concentrated on the author’s life in the occupied Sarajevo which has had a decisive impact on him, and a problem which never before represented an obstacle but has appeared to be a very important issue since the beginning of the war, this is the question of nationality. I have chosen the author because of two reasons. The first reason is his ability to report about the horrors of war that he has witnessed and the second reason is his knowledge of the problem of nationality as his wife is Serbian. The national differences that have never been an issue before are the leading motive in his novels. In the selected novels and in the essay we can read about the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina before and after the war. There is shown the psychological profile of the protagonists that are waiting for a catastrophe to happen and their fear of war. We can also see the author’s perception of the situation as it is, especially in Sarajevo and in Bosnia and Herzegovina and his search for the answer to the question how to exceed and overcome this. In two literary works the main protagonist is the author himself who is subjectively describing the events that are happening in his country. In the other two works the leading protagonists are an immigrant who returns to Bosnia and Herzegovina after twenty-five years and tries to understand what is happening in the country and an old lady who in no way wants to leave her occupied home and prefers to live under occupation rather than leave and miss her home afterwards. My diploma paper describes the life of the people in Sarajevo and other cities that were particularly hurt by the war, the relationships between people during the war and the appearance of grotesque elements in the selected works of Dzevad Karahasan.
Keywords:Dževad Karahasan, Nightly advice, Sara and Serafina, Šahrijar’s ring, Sarajevo, Exodus of a City, break-up of Yugoslavia, war novel, grotesque.


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