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Les poèmes de Milan Rakic : traduction le poète à travers son oeuvre

Abstract : A translation of Rakic's poems (Belgrade 1876 Zagreb 1938) constitutes the first part of the thesis. Thereafter, we try to delineate the true personality of a man who standed as a poet as well as a diplomat. He belonged to a well-cultivated family. He first studied in Belgrade, then moved to Paris where he started a career as a poet, keeping closer to literary circles. Serbian political situation was rather confused at this time. Rakic felt that his generation (PRELAZNO POKOLENJE) occupied a prominent place in the field of national literature, likely related to changes in ideas and metric. For him, the basic aspiration should be a global feeling (SILNO ZADOVLJSTVO) an outburst of love and at the same time a perception of life sadness. Thoughts (MISAO) impeach on hopes and look at the elapse of time with its negative consequences. Not being pessimistic, the poet endures pain and knows how to get free from it. While a consul in Kosovo, Rakic wrote the famed "patrioti" poems. The turmoil of World War I slowed down his poetic fit. In 1929, he wrote his "farewell" poem (OproÏstajna Pesma), however followed by a few other works. His diplomatic career ended in Rome (1933). Back to Belgrade, he became a fellow of the Royal Serbian Academy and Head of the Pen Club (1934). He died in Zagreb in 1938. What will remain from his work ?
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Anne Lanier-Pacaut. Les poèmes de Milan Rakic : traduction le poète à travers son oeuvre. Linguistique. Université Nancy 2, 2002. Français. ⟨NNT : 2002NAN21006⟩. ⟨tel-01776350⟩



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