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mountain wreath of P. P. Nyegosh Prince-Bishop of Montenegro, 1830-1851 by Prince Peter II, Bishop of Montenegro

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Published by G. Allen & Unwin ltd. in London .
Written in English


Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 27.

Statementrendered into English by James W. Wiles. With an introduction by Vladeta Popović.
ContributionsWiles, James W., tr.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPG1418.P4 G72 1930
The Physical Object
Pagination3 p. l., [3]-250 p., 1 l.
Number of Pages250
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6755307M
LC Control Number31006800
OCLC/WorldCa2030600

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The Mountain Wreath (Serbian: Горски вијенац / Gorski vijenac) is a poem and a play written by Prince-Bishop and poet Petar II Petrović-Njegoš. Njegoš wrote The Mountain Wreath during in Cetinje and published it the following year after the printing in an Armenian monastery in : Petar II Petrović-Njegoš. Get this from a library! The mountain wreath of P.P. Nyegosh, Prince-Bishop of Montenegro, ,. [Peter, Prince-Bishop of Montenegro; James W Wiles]. The mountain wreath of P. P. Nyegosh: Prince-Bishop of Montenegro / rendered into English by James W. Wiles ; with an introduction by James W. Wiles [Unknown Binding] Used Hardcover. In the first stage, ‘The mountain wreath’ was treated as Njegoš’s greatest work and as a major achievement of South Slavic romanticism. It has been republished a dozen times since its original publication in , and an authoritative commentary by the Slavist Milan Rešetar was produced in .

Translator's commentary. The Father of Serbia is Karageorge (), the leader of the First Serbian Uprising () against the Turks.; Bellona, the Roman goddess of war. Charles Habsburg (), Archduke of Austria, was the first to defeat Napoleon, at Aspern near Vienna, May , The mountain wreath of P. P. Nyegosh (Petar II), Prince-Bishop of Montenegro, Rendered in | National Library of Australia Enjoy a CovidSafe visit to the National Library. P. P. NYEGOSH, BISHOP OF MONTENEGRO. THE MOUNTAIN WREATH. An Historical Happening Towards the Close of the XVIIth Century. Rendered into English by James W. Wiles Originally published in by George Allen & Unwin, Ltd., London. Lion in the trap, Lion is often used in The Mountain Wreath as a symbol of bravery. By having him caught in a trap, the poet alludes to the loss of courage and will-power among his people. Ozrinici, — a clan living to the north and east of Niksic, in central Montenegro.

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