Figura žreca u Dežmanovu „Ljutovidu”

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Dubravka Brunčić

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This article analyses a construction of figure of žrec in the introductory canto of historical epic Ljutovid written by Croatian romantic writer Ivan Dežman. Žrec is a religious-magical figure  which comprises  functions  of  priest, prophet  and  magician.  By  applying  reviewed readings of Austin’s speech acts theory, the article focuses on the performative dimension of žrec’s prophetic utterances, different types of prophetic speech and their effects of national integration. 

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Brunčić, D. (2013). Figura žreca u Dežmanovu „Ljutovidu”. Poznańskie Studia Slawistyczne, (4), 17–27. https://doi.org/10.14746/pss.2013.3.1
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Magiczna moc słów w językach, literaturach oraz kulturach słowiańskich

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