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Vladimir Nazor (Postira (Brač), Dalmazia, Austria-Hungaria, 1876ko maiatzaren 30a  - Zagreb, Kroaziako ES, Jugoslavia, 1949ko ekainaren 19a ) kroaziar gerrillaria, olerkaria eta politikaria izan zen. Bigarren Mundu Gerran partisaua izan zen eta Kroaziako Herri Errepublikako kontseiluaren lehendakari aukeratu zuten ondoren (1945-1949). Nazorren literatura-lana eslaviar tradizioan eta gerrillari-garaian izandako esperientzietan oinarritzen da. Vladimir Nazor (* 30. Mai 1876 in Postira, Insel Brač; † 19. Juni 1949 in Zagreb) war ein kroatischer Schriftsteller, Lyriker und Übersetzer. Im Alter war er auch Partisan und Politiker. Vladimir Nazor, né le 30 mai 1876 à Postira et mort le 19 juin 1949 à Zagreb, est un poète croate. Il est également le premier président de la République de Croatie (1945–1949).Portail de la poésie Portail de la poésie Portail de la politique Portail de la politique Portail de la Croatie Portail de la Croatie Vladimir Nazor (May 30, 1876, Postira, Brač – June 19, 1949, Zagreb) was Croatian poet and politician. He was the first Speaker of the Croatian Parliament. He began his political career as the head of the State Anti-fascist Council for the National Liberation of Croatia (ZAVNOH), the provisional Croatian World War II deliberative assembly, moving on to head the first post-war Croatian National Parliament (Narodni Sabor). Vladimir Nazor (Postira, Osztrák–Magyar Monarchia, 1876. május 30. – Zágráb, 1949. június 19.) horvát költő, író, műfordító, politikus. Az európai modernizmushoz kapcsolódó életművével a 20. század első felének egyik legnagyobb horvát költője volt. Elsőként töltötte be a horvát parlament, a szábor elnöki tisztét 1945–1949 között. Vladimir Nazor (Postira, 30 maggio 1876 – Zagabria, 19 giugno 1949) è stato un politico, poeta, scrittore e comunista croato.È stato il primo Presidente della Repubblica Socialista di Croazia (in qualità di Presidente dell'Assemblea Nazionale della Repubblica Socialista di Croazia).Come scrittore, Nazor acquistò molta popolarità letteraria in Croazia scrivendo di storie e leggende popolari. Vladimir Nazor (ur. 30 maja 1876 w Postirze, zm. 19 czerwca 1949 w Zagrzebiu) – chorwacki pisarz i tłumacz.Był uznawany za przedstawiciela modernizmu. Swoją twórczość opierał na mitach, legendach i podaniach ludowych. W tekstach prozatorskich często odwoływał się do tematyki związanej z życiem codziennym na półwyspie Istria oraz okolicznych wysp. Głosił ideały narodowe i wyzwoleńcze. Влади́мир На́зор (хорв. Vladimir Nazor; 30 мая 1876, с. Постира, о. Брач, Хорватия (тогда в составе Австро-Венгрии) — 19 июня 1949, Загреб) — хорватский поэт и писатель, государственный и общественный деятель.
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Vladimir Nazor (ur. 30 maja 1876 w Postirze, zm. 19 czerwca 1949 w Zagrzebiu) – chorwacki pisarz i tłumacz.Był uznawany za przedstawiciela modernizmu. Swoją twórczość opierał na mitach, legendach i podaniach ludowych. W tekstach prozatorskich często odwoływał się do tematyki związanej z życiem codziennym na półwyspie Istria oraz okolicznych wysp. Głosił ideały narodowe i wyzwoleńcze. Podczas II wojny światowej mimo podeszłego wieku przedostał się z Zagrzebia do oddziałów partyzantki Josipa Broza Tity. Później jako pierwszy pełnił funkcję przewodniczącego parlamentu SR Chorwacji. Vladimir Nazor (Postira, 30 maggio 1876 – Zagabria, 19 giugno 1949) è stato un politico, poeta, scrittore e comunista croato.È stato il primo Presidente della Repubblica Socialista di Croazia (in qualità di Presidente dell'Assemblea Nazionale della Repubblica Socialista di Croazia).Come scrittore, Nazor acquistò molta popolarità letteraria in Croazia scrivendo di storie e leggende popolari. Влади́мир На́зор (хорв. Vladimir Nazor; 30 мая 1876, с. Постира, о. Брач, Хорватия (тогда в составе Австро-Венгрии) — 19 июня 1949, Загреб) — хорватский поэт и писатель, государственный и общественный деятель. Vladimir Nazor (* 30. Mai 1876 in Postira, Insel Brač; † 19. Juni 1949 in Zagreb) war ein kroatischer Schriftsteller, Lyriker und Übersetzer. Im Alter war er auch Partisan und Politiker. Vladimir Nazor (May 30, 1876, Postira, Brač – June 19, 1949, Zagreb) was Croatian poet and politician. He was the first Speaker of the Croatian Parliament. He began his political career as the head of the State Anti-fascist Council for the National Liberation of Croatia (ZAVNOH), the provisional Croatian World War II deliberative assembly, moving on to head the first post-war Croatian National Parliament (Narodni Sabor). In that post, he was by law concurrently the first (non-monarchical) head of state of Croatia in general, and the first head of state of the current Croatian republic. His position carried little real political power, however, which was instead invested in the office of the Prime Minister of Croatia and (informally) with the Secretary of the Communist Party of Croatia. Today he is most remembered, however, as a well-known poet, writer, translator, and humanist. Although he was not an active politician until 1941, he had a significant political influence through ethical aspects of his work during prewar Kingdom of Yugoslavia.Nazor's early work paralleled the rise of the Young Croatian literary movement. He acquired much literary popularity in Croatia writing about folk legends and stories. The tale Big Joseph (Veli Jože) (1908) is still popular: it features a helpful and kind hearted giant named Jože, living in the area around the town of Motovun (Inner Istria). His verses in Hrvatski kraljevi (Croatian Kings) (1912) established him as the great patriot poet in Croatia. Istrian Tales (Istarske priče) (1913) revealed his storytelling skill and mastery. By illuminating the personality of the South Slavs through tales of Croatia, he contributed a great deal in creating the Yugoslav national consciousness.Nazor supported the opposition alliance led by Vladko Maček in the 1938 Yugoslav elections. During World War II, on December 30, 1941, Nazor became a member of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts by government decree, but in 1942 he escaped from Zagreb with poet Ivan Goran Kovačić in a boat across the river Kupa, that was sublimed in poem The Boat on the Kupa (Čamac na Kupi) and joined the Partisans. Nazor became one of Josip Broz Tito's closest associates and the President of Croatia's World War II assembly, the ZAVNOH. After the war, he became the first president of the People's Republic of Croatia's Parliament (President of the Presidium of the People's Assembly), and thus the first head-of-state of the modern Croatian state in the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia. He went on to write a war diary With Partisans (S partizanima) (1943–1945).Nazor was a very productive author. He was the master of prose, but his highest achievements are in lyric poetry.One of his main prose works is the extensive novel Loda the Shepherd (Pastir Loda) (1938). The work describes the history of his native island of Brač as told by Loda, a faun, one of the last of that kind on the island.In poetry Nazor's creative way began from metaphysical transcendental philosophy and arrived to materialistic revolutionary action, to rational scheme and harmonic larpourlartistic crystal structure and interior protest against artistic verbalizing in Futurism, Dadaism, Expressionism and Surrealism as well as instructive didactics of socialist realism. Therefore his opus comprises a plenty of style tendencies, from neoclassical to surrealistic and despite its heterogeneity, in essence it belongs to Symbolism. Nazor's poems are rather difficult for reading, due to subjecting contents to form – especially in sonets, rhime and rhythm forcing, vowels shortening for adjusting the number of syllables and progressing the sentence to the next verse as well as use of academic, atypical, rare and arhaic words.Nazor wrote over 500 poems. His poetry implicates that art is aestheticly stronger than reality, for art reflects the essence of real world. Early phase of Nazor's poetry work is mostly object of scholars' research now, but Galérien's Poeme (Galiotova pesan) from that time (1903), describing suffering and sadness of a galley slave, attains universal meanining as condemnation of oppressing at all and still stands as one of the most expressive disapproval of slavery.Nazor probably reached the highest scope in poems of so-called pagan phase, published in books of verse Lyrics (Lirika) (1910) and New Poems (Nove pjesme) (1913). Passionately ecstatic, these poems comprise symbols of life, its eternal fertility, pantheistic metamorphoses of nature and sensual affirmation of love; life prevails for life itself, so life is taken in its whole versatility. Vitalistic view of life and fascination by countryside - Cypress (Čempres), Dionysian Poems (Dionizijske pjesme), Cicada (Cvrčak) and Olive (Maslina), as well as contemplative experience and spiritualizing of natural appearances - Turris eburnea, Notturno, Forest Sleeps (Šuma spava), Trunk (Stablo) and Spider (Pauk), dominate in the heights of that phase, and these are the heights of Nazor's poetry at all. Poems Cicada, Olive, Notturno and Forest Sleeps belong to the top of the World poetry.Vladimir Nazor spoke several languages and translated from Italian (Dante - Divina Commedia, Giosuè Carducci, Giovanni Pascoli, Gabriele d'Annunzio), German (Goethe, Heine), French (Hugo, Alfred de Musset) and English (Shakespeare).Nazor was buried in Mirogoj Cemetery. Since 1959, Croatia has named a state award for artistic achievement the Vladimir Nazor Award. Vladimir Nazor (Postira (Brač), Dalmazia, Austria-Hungaria, 1876ko maiatzaren 30a  - Zagreb, Kroaziako ES, Jugoslavia, 1949ko ekainaren 19a ) kroaziar gerrillaria, olerkaria eta politikaria izan zen. Bigarren Mundu Gerran partisaua izan zen eta Kroaziako Herri Errepublikako kontseiluaren lehendakari aukeratu zuten ondoren (1945-1949). Nazorren literatura-lana eslaviar tradizioan eta gerrillari-garaian izandako esperientzietan oinarritzen da. Idatzi zituen lan ezagunenak Lirika (1900) eta Olerki-liburua (1942) dira. Vladimir Nazor (Postira, Osztrák–Magyar Monarchia, 1876. május 30. – Zágráb, 1949. június 19.) horvát költő, író, műfordító, politikus. Az európai modernizmushoz kapcsolódó életművével a 20. század első felének egyik legnagyobb horvát költője volt. Elsőként töltötte be a horvát parlament, a szábor elnöki tisztét 1945–1949 között. Vladimir Nazor, né le 30 mai 1876 à Postira et mort le 19 juin 1949 à Zagreb, est un poète croate. Il est également le premier président de la République de Croatie (1945–1949).Portail de la poésie Portail de la poésie Portail de la politique Portail de la politique Portail de la Croatie Portail de la Croatie
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