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Škoda, da je bil Trubar luteranec
Pogačar, Timothy (Author)

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Abstract
Članek ponuja pregled Tavčarjevega védenja o protestantizmu 16. stol., kakor ga je lahko dobil v času šolanja in iz takratnih publikacij, in poročilo o vrednotenju reformacije v zgodovinopisju 19. stol. ter pogledih slovenskih liberalcev na Trubarjev pomen od 1870 dalje. V svojih zgodovinskih novelah Vita vitae meae in Grajski pisar Tavčar vpleta podobe oseb, ki jih je spoznal v zgodovinskih spisih Avgusta Dimitza in Janeza Vajkarda Valvasorja o reformaciji na Slovenskem. Prispevek sporoča, da je Tavčar zamudil priložnost postaviti vprašanje identitete s sodobnega, liberalnega vidika, da se je oddaljil od racionalizma, ki ga je zagovarjal v mladih letih, in se približal veri v upravičenost nacionalne identitete, utemeljene v slovenski naturi in katolicizmu. Te nazorske spremembe so prispevale k temu, da je dojemal Trubarja kot osebnost zgolj kuturnozgodovinskega pomena.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:slovenska književnost, kratka proza, protestantizem, libralizem, Vita vitae meae, Grajski pisar
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.16 - Independent Scientific Component Part or a Chapter in a Monograph
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2010
Number of pages:Str. 159-167
UDC:821.163.6-32.09Tavčar I.:274(497.4)"15"
COBISS.SI-ID:45285474 Link is opened in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Abstract:
The article surveys Ivan Tavčar's knowledge of Protestantism in the sixteenth century as he received it in school and current publications, then considers how nineteenth-century historians evaluated the Reformation and Slovene liberals' view of Trubar's importance from the 1870s on. Tavčar's novellas "Vita vitae meae" and "Grajski pisar," which feature characters that Tavčar adapted from August Dimitz and Johann Weikhard Valvasor's histories, are analyzed. The article concludes that Tavčar missed the opportunity to pose the question of identity from a modern, liberal standpoint and moved away from the rationalism that he espoused as a young man, as he came closer to a belief in national identity based on Slovene nature and Catholicism. This move over the course of his career caused him to view Trubar primarily as a figure of cultural importance, one who contributed to the development of the Slovene language.


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