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2019, iss. 13, pp. 225-242
Kosovo myth in the travelogues about the Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Hrišćanski kulturni centar dr Radovan Bigović, Beograd

emailandjelija.m.94@gmail.com
Keywords: Kosovo myth; Vidovdan; travelogues; The Yugoslav Kingdome; Ivan Meštrović; Serbia; Great Britain
Abstract
This article examines the Kosovo myth and its role in the ideology of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. In the introduction we describe the basis and perception of the Kosovo myth and the Vidovdan cult through several centuries. The role of "travel writer" is problematized and their horizon of expectations is established. The article also deals with continuity of Kosovo tradition and its sphere of influence throughout history. The core of the article is the analysis of the ways, methods, perceptions and reflexions upon the Kosovo myth in travelogues, and its connection to the state propaganda, ideology and art in Kingdom of Yugoslavia is established. The change of Kosovo myth is noted, with the vision of similarities and europeanness in the Anglo-American descriptions of Kosovo, Yugoslavia and the universal Indo-European myth is contextualized in the interwar period.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Original Scientific Paper
DOI: 10.5937/sabornost1913231M
published in SCIndeks: 20/12/2019

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