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France Prešeren
Prešern-Goldenstein.jpg
The 1850 oil portrait o France Prešeren
bi the German penter Franz Goldenstein.[lower-roman 1]
Born 3 December 1800(1800-12-03)
Vrba, Carniola, Habsburg Monarchy (nou Slovenie)
Dee'd 8 Februar 1849(1849-02-08) (aged 48)
Kranj, Austrick Empire (nou Slovenie)
Thrift Poet, lawyer
Leid Slovene; some in German, too.
The Poezije collection wis translated intae French.[3] Individual poems war translatit tae Inglis, German, Italian, Spaingie, Hungarian, Czech, Slovak, Pols, Roushie, Ukrainian, Beloroushie, Bengali,
as well as tae aw the leids o umwhile Yugoslavie.[4]
Naitionality Carniolan, Slovene
Leeterar muivement Romanticism
Notable warks The Baptism on the Savica
O Vrba
Sonnets o Misfortune
A Wreath o Sonnets
Zdravljica

France Prešeren[lower-roman 2] (pronounced [fɾanˈtsɛ pɾɛˈʃeːɾən] ( listen)) (2 or 3 December 1800[lower-roman 3] – 8 Februar 1849) wis a 19t-century Romantic[6] Slovene poet, best kent as the poet wha has inspired virtually aw later Slovene leeteratur an haes been generally acknawledged as the greatest Slovene clessical author.[7] He wrote some heich quality epic poetry, for example the first Slovene ballad an the first Slovene epic. Efter daith, he acame the leadin name o the Slovene leeterar canon.[8]

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  1. The portrait wis the first depiction o the poet an the anly ane creatit frae the memory o his actual appearance.[1] Efter 1900, this depiction served as the pattern for later depictions awtho its veracity haes been doubtit.[1][2]
  2. In his hame veelage he wis an aa kent as Ribčev France.
  3. Awtho his birth date haes been maistly presumed tae be 3 December, in 2002 a detailed faimily tree o the poet's faimily, published bi the Slovene Genealogical Society, put the date o his birth on 2 December, whauras 3 December haes been identified bi them as the date o his baptism.[5]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Šavc, Urška. "Zbirka portretov Franceta Prešerna". In Šmid Hribar, Mateja; Golež, Gregor; Podjed, Dan; Kladnik, Drago; Erhartič, Bojan; Pavlin, Primož; Ines, Jerele. Enciklopedija naravne in kulturne dediščine na Slovenskem – DEDI [Encyclopedia of Natural and Cultural Heritage in Slovenia] (in Slovenian). Retrieved 31 January 2013.  Unkent parameter |trans_title= ignored (help)
  2. Globočnik, Damir. "Prešeren in likovna umetnost" (in Slovenian). Retrieved 31 January 2013.  Unkent parameter |trans_title= ignored (help)
  3. Prešeren's Poems Published in Bilingual Edition, Slovenia Times, 15 August 2013
  4. Database of translations – Prešeren, Slovene Book Agency, 2013
  5. Kunčič, Mirko (30 December 2002 Genealogy Society). Slovenske novice [Slovene News].  Check date values in: |date= (help); Missing or empty |title= (help)
  6. Juvan, Marko (5 May 2011). "Čop in Prešeren ali transfer svetovne književnosti na Kranjsko" (PDF) (in Slovenian). Ljubljana. COBISS 32619309.  Unkent parameter |trans_title= ignored (help); Check date values in: |year= / |date= mismatch (help)
  7. Svetina, Peter (8 February 2008). "France Prešeren, največji slovenski pesnik" (PDF). Novice – Slovenski tednik za Koroško.  Unkent parameter |trans_title= ignored (help)
  8. Božič, Zoran (2011).Dejavniki literarne kanonizacije v srednješolskih berilih – na primeru Prešerna (Factors of literary canonisation in high school reading materials – the case of Prešeren), Jezik in slovstvo, vol.56, 5–6, pp. 3–26 COBISS 50591842