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2003, iss. 16, pp. 91-98
An overview of the contemporary Serbian poetry in Kosovo and Metohija
Keywords: Serbian poetry; mythical legacy; modern sensibility
The beginning of contemporary Serbian poetry in Kosovo and Metohija that emerged in the second half of the twentieth century is most faithfully exemplified in the works of Rade Nikolić, Lazar Vučković, and Radoslav Zlatanović. From this chronological distance, this movement proves itself as an idiosyncratic, and valuable lyrical organism that entirely originated in the geo-poetical milieu of Kosovo and Metohija. These poets were grounded in the archaic images and representations of the all-pervasive cultural heritage of Kosovo Serbs, but they succeeded in creating a new and original verbal and semantic matrix of their liberated poetic libido. This mixture of the tradition and modern sensibility put them on the map of most valuable enterprises of the Serbian poetry after the Second World War. Unfortunately this was largely under-researched in our historical and critical practice.


article language: Serbian
document type: unclassified
published in SCIndeks: 02/06/2007
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