Vocage He left at least one text meriting close attention in any inquiry pwsme Slavic Romantic irony, the ambitious unfinished poem of lines, composed inand featuring two titles: Milos rated it really liked it Aug 04, In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Jelena added it Jun 11, Brankov otac Teodor ozenio se Ruzom Mihajlovic, kcerkom bogatog vukovarskog trgovca Janka Mihajlovica, maja Jovana rated it really liked it Jan 06, Bookhode rated it liked it Apr 12, Castiel rated it it was ok Aug 20, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. No trivia or quizzes yet. Dve godine potom podignut je brankko spomenik na Strazilovu, koji je konstruisao beogradski arhitekta, rodom iz Banata, Svetozar Ivackovic. Krajem sedamnaestog veka, Radicevici si, u velikoj seobi, dosli i Srem, i Boljevce.

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Aleksije was his baptismal name before he changed it to Branko, a more common Serbian name. He finished high school in Sremski Karlovci , the setting of his best poems. He wrote after this, but never recovered his early raptures, except among the very latest of all his poems, the enchanting welcome to death, in this twenty-ninth year, entitled Kad mlidijah umreti As I Thought of Dying [ citation needed ].

More importantly, he was the first to write poetry in the simple language of the common folk[ citation needed ]. Nothing is lovelier in this remarkable poem than those passages in which he pictures the life of college students. For a time he gives himself up to the fleeting impressions of the moment. He greets the gently rolling hills and coolness of the forest and delights in the view of the Danube valley below with its widening rivers and vistas.

His lyrics display extreme tenderness, beauty, originality and delicacy of fancy. Some of his shorter pieces are adapted to national melodies and are sung by young people all over the country. His poetry may be small in bulk and slight in body, but it endures, and will endure, in Serbian literature, because it is the embodiment of the spirit of immortal youth. It has been said that Branko is the poet of spring, and those who have not read him before the meridian of their lives may abandon all hope of penetrating him when the snows of time are on their heads.

He left at least one text meriting close attention in any inquiry into Slavic Romantic irony, the ambitious unfinished poem of lines, composed in , and featuring two titles: Ludi Branko Branko the Fool and Bezimena Unnamed.


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