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Vuk Branković med zgodovino in ljudsko poezijo
Rebrača, Aljoša (Author), Mlacović, Dušan (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Strsoglavec, Đurđa (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Vuk Branković, srbski plemič iz 14. stoletja, je zgodovinska osebnost in tudi mitologiziran lik ljudskih pesmi. Skozi ljudsko poezijo odmeva njegovo slavno poreklo, obenem pa je demoniziran kot glavni antijunak in izdajalec v bitki na Kosovu. Mit o njegovi izdaji se je razvijal postopoma, postal pa je največji simbol izdaje v srbskem spominu. Moderno zgodovinopisje je sicer zavrnilo ljudsko podobo Vuka kot izdajalca. Najverjetneje je do razvoja Vuka kot antijunaka prišlo zaradi njegovega vzpona po bitki in prevzema osrednje vloge med srbskim plemstvom, ko je zamenjal kneza Lazarja. Morda je Vuk res umaknil svojo vojsko kot del vojne taktike, vsekakor pa je ljudstvo težko sprejelo večjo vojaško sposobnost Osmanov, zato je iskalo krivca za poraz med svojimi predniki. Ljudska poezija lahko ponudi ogromno informacij in uvid skupaj z zgodovinsko znanostjo.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:Vuk Branković, Kosovska bitka, izdaja, srednji vek, knez Lazar, ljudske pesmi
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2020
Publisher:[A. Rebrača]
Number of pages:86 str.
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Downloads:70
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Language:English
Title:Vuk Branković between history and folk poetry
Abstract:
Vuk Branković, Serbian nobleman form 14th century is a historical personality and a mythologized character of Serbian folk poetry. Through folk poetry echoes his prestige but he is also demonized as a main villain and traitor in battle of Kosovo. Myth of his betrayal developed gradually but he became a symbol of greatest betrayal in Serbian memory. Modern historiography denies his alleged betrayal. The myth probably developed because Vuk became the most important Serbian nobleman after the battle, substituting prince Lazar. He might have really retreated with his army as a part of war tactic, nevertheless the folk couldn’t accept Serbian defat and therefore needed someone to blame. Folk poetry can offer a lot of useful information and insights if used together with historiography.

Keywords:Vuk Branković, battle of Kosovo, betrayal, middle ages, prince Lazar, folk poetry

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