The illyrian movement and the Bosnian-Muslim literary and cultural renaissance

  • Vasilije Čeklić, dr.

Abstract

In his paper professor Ćeklić compares the Illyrian Movement with the Bosnian Moslem literary and cultural revival under the Austro-Hungarian Rule. Having compared these two movements in their most essential facts and determining factors, the author examines the validity of statement that had been uttered by Antun Barac in 1954 in his book Croatian Literature from the Revival to the Establishment of Yugoslavia, Vol. I. Barac proposed the idea that all the Yugoslav movements of the similar kind in 19 and 20th century, respectively, have had their model and source in the Illyrian Movement. Professor Ćeklić mentions many similarities, but also some considerable differences.

                                                                                                                                                          

Published
2001-12-31
How to Cite
Čeklić, V. (2001). The illyrian movement and the Bosnian-Muslim literary and cultural renaissance. Anali Gazi Husrev-Begove Biblioteke, 11(19-20), 313-332. Retrieved from https://anali-ghb.com/index.php/aghb/article/view/100
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Articles