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Music
The music of Croatia, like the country itself, has three major influences: the influence of the Mediterranean especially present in the coastal areas, of the Balkans especially in the mountainous, continental parts, and of central Europe in the central and northern parts of the country. ...


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Croatian cuisine is heterogeneous and is therefore known as the cuisine of regions, since every region has its own distinct culinary traditions. ...


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Contents

Medieval period

  • (ca. 800.) Višeslavs baptismal font
  • (ca. 10th cent.) Hum tablet
  • (ca.11th cent) Kartular of Supetar
  • (ca. 1100) Baška Tablet
  • (ca. 12th cent) Apostol of Mihanović,
  • (ca. 12th cent) Grškovićs fragment
  • (1197.) Povalj Tablet
  • (1275.) Istrian land survey
  • (ca. 13th cent) Vrbnik fragment
  • (ca. 13th cent) Rok fragment
  • (1288.) Law codex of Vinodol
  • (ca. 14th cent) Lectionar of Korčula
  • (1380-1400) Vatican Croatian Prayer Book

BaÅ¡ka tablet (Bašćanska ploča) is one of the first monuments of Croatian language. ... Vatican Croatian Prayer Book is the oldest Croatian vernacular prayer book and the finest example of early štokavian vernacular literary idiom. ...

Renaissance

  • (ca. 15th cent) Lectionar of Zadar
  • (ca. 15th cent) Statut of Poljica
  • (1450-1524) Marko Marulić
  • (1461-1501) Džore Držić
  • (1485-1553) Hanibal Lucić
  • (1487-1572) Petar Hektorović
  • (1508-1567) Marin Držić
  • (1508-after 1569) Petar Zoranić
  • (1510) Croatian chronicles (rewrite of an earlier Croatian chronicle by Dmine Papalić)
  • (1520-1575) Matija Vlačić Ilirik
  • (between 1530. and 1535.-1600.) Summ of Christian teachings (written by Šime Budinić)
  • (1558-1609) Dinko Zlatarić

Raphael was famous for depicting illustrious figures of the Classical past with the features of his Renaissance contemporaries. ... Marko Marulić (Split, August 18, 1450 - Split, January 5, 1524), Croatian poet, apologist and Christian humanist is generally considered the father of vernacular Croatian literature. ... Džore Držić (February 6, 1461 - September 26, 1501) was a Croatian poet and playwright, one of the fathers of Croatian literature. ... Hanibal Lucić (ca. ... Petar Hektorović (1487, Stari Grad, Hvar - March 13, 1572, Stari Grad) was a Croatian writer. ... Marin Držić (1508-1567) is considered the finest Croatian Renaissance playwright and prose writer. ... Petar Zoranić (1508 - after 1569) was a Croatian writer from Zadar. ... Dinko Zlatarić (1558 - 1609) was a Croatian poet and translator from Dubrovnik. ...

Baroque

  • (1563-1631) Matija Divković
  • (1575-1650) Bartul Kašić
  • (1589-1638) Ivan Gundulić
  • (1591-1658) Ivan Bunić Vučić
  • (1593-1675) Ivan Belostenec
  • (1607-1657) Junije Palmotić
  • (1609-1678) Juraj Habdelić
  • (1618-1683) Juraj Križanić
  • (1643-1671) Fran Krsto Frankopan
  • (1641-1714) Jerolim Kavanjin
  • (1650-1713) Pavao Ritter Vitezović
  • (1675-1737) Ignjat Đurđević

Adoration, by Peter Paul Rubens. ... Divkovićs Besjede, Venice, 1616 Matija Divković ( 1563 - August 21, 1631) was a Croatian writer, the founder of the Croatian literature in Bosnia. ... Bartol Kašić Bartol Kašić (also Bartul Kašić, Bartholomaeus Cassius, Bartolomeo Cassio, sometimes signing as Bogdančić and/or Pažanin; (August 15, 1575 - December 28, 1650) was a Croatian linguist. ... Ivan Gundulić. Ivan (Dživo) Gundulić (Italian: Giovanni Gondola) (January 9, 1589 – December 8, 1638) is the most celebrated Croatian Baroque poet from the Dubrovnik Republic. ... Ivan Bunić Vučić (1591-1658), also known as Dživo Sarov, was a Croatian politician and poet from Dubrovnik. ... Junije Palmotić (1607 - 1657) was a Croatian Baroque writer and dramatist from Dubrovnik. ... Juraj Križanić, or Yuriy Krizhanich (ca. ... Twenty years younger than his brothers, Fran Krsto Frankopan was an authentic poet in his own right. ... Pavao Ritter Vitezović (January 7, 1652 – January 20, 1713) was a noted Croatian writer, historian, linguist and publisher. ... Ignjat Đurđević (February, 1675 - January 21, 1737) was a Croatian baroque poet and translator, best known for his long poem Tears of Repentant Magdalene. ...

Classicism and Sentimentalism

  • (1699-1749) Filip Grabovac
  • (1704-1760) Andrija Kačić Miošić
  • (1732-1798) Matija Antun Reljković
  • (1757-1805) Tituš Brezovački

Classicism door in Olomouc, The Czech Republic Teatr Wielki in Warsaw Church La Madeleine in Paris Classicism, in the arts, refers generally to a high regard for classical antiquity, as setting standards for taste which the classicist seeks to emulate. ... Sentimentalism (literally, appealing to the sentiments), as a literary and political discourse, has occurred much in the literary traditions of all regions in the world, and is central to the traditions of Indian literature, Chinese literature, and Vietnamese literature (such as Ho Xuan Huong). ... Andrija Kačić Miošić (April 17, 1704 - December 14, 1760) was a Croatian poet. ... Matija Antun Relković Matija Antun Relković (1732–1798) was a Croatian writer. ...

Romanticism

  • (1806-1862) Pavao Štoos
  • (1809-1872) Ljudevit Gaj
  • (1810-1851) Stanko Vraz
  • (1811-1872) Dimitrije Demeter
  • (1814-1890) Ivan Mažuranić
  • (1817-1881) Matija Mažuranić
  • (1818-1872) Petar Preradović

Romanticism was an artistic and intellectual movement that originated in late 18th century Western Europe. ... Ljudevit Gaj Ljudevit Gaj (August 8, 1809 – April 20, 1872) was a Croatian linguist, politician, journalist and writer. ... Stanko Vraz also known as Jakob Frass (June 30th, 1810 - May 20th, 1851) was a Croatian and Slovenian poet. ... Ivan Mažuranić (1814-1890) was a Croatian poet, linguist and politician—probably the most important figure in Croatias cultural life in the mid-19th century. ... Petar Preradović (March 19, 1818 - August 18, 1872) was a Croatian poet. ...

Protorealism

  • (1825-1889) Adolfo Veber Tkalčević
  • (1838-1881) August Šenoa
  • (1853-1880) Rikard Jorgovanić

August Šenoa (November 14, 1838 – died December 13, 1881) was a Croatian novelist, critic, editor, poet, and dramatist. ...

Realism

  • (1843-1906) Josip Eugen Tomić
  • (1850-1904) Eugen Kumičić
  • (1854-1935) Ksaver Šandor Gjalski
  • (1854-1889) Ante Kovačić
  • (1859-1905) Vjenceslav Novak
  • (1865-1908) Silvije Strahimir Kranjčević
  • (1874-1938) Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić

Realism is commonly defined as a concern for fact or reality and a rejection of the impractical and visionary. ... Josip Eugen Tomić (1843 - 1906) is Croatian writer. ... Eugen Kumičić (1850 - 1904) is Croatian writer. ... Ksaver Šandor Gjalski Ksaver Šandor Gjalski (October 26th, 1854 - February 6th, 1935) is Croatian writer. ... Ante Kovačić (June 6th, 1854 - March 10th, 1889) was a Croatian writer. ... This article lacks information on the importance of the subject matter. ... Silvije Strahimir Kranjčević (1865 - 1908) was a Croatian poet. ... Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić (1874-1938) ranks among the top Croatian writers. ...

Modernism

  • (1857-1929) Ivo Vojnović
  • (1861-1949) Janko Leskovar
  • (1873-1914) Antun Gustav Matoš
  • (1873-1933) Dinko Šimunović
  • (1875-1909) Vladimir Vidrić
  • (1876-1948) Milan Begović
  • (1878-1915) Musa Ćazim Ćatić
  • (1880-1931) Milutin Cehlar Nehajev
  • (1885-1910) Ivan Kozarac
  • (1886-1910) Janko Polić Kamov

Modernism is a term which covers a variety of political, cultural and artistic movements rooted in the changes in Western society at the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century. ... Ivo Vojnović (October 9th, 1857 - August 30th, 1929) is Croatian writer. ... Antun Gustav Matoš (June 13th, 1873 - March 17th, 1914) is Croatian writer best known as the representative of modernism in Croatian literature. ... Dinko Šimunović (September 5th, 1853 - August 3rd, 1933) is Croatian writer. ... Vladimir Vidrić (April 20, 1875 - September 29, 1909) was a Croatian poet. ... Milan Begović (January 19th, 1876 - May 13th, 1948), was a Croatian writer. ... Musa Ćazim Ćatić (1878-1915) was a Bosnian-Croat prose writer. ... Janko Polić Kamov (1886 - 1910) was a Croatian writer. ...

20th century literature

Vladimir Nazor (born 1876 in Postira, Brač — died 1949 in Zagreb) was a Croatian writer, poet and translator. ... Tin Ujević Tin Ujević (July 5, 1891 – November 12, 1955) is considered to be one of the greatest Croatian poets of all times. ... Ivo Andrić Ivo Andrić (Serbian Cyrillic: Иво Андрић; October 9, 1892–March 13, 1975) was a Yugoslav novelist, short story writer, and the 1961 winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature. ... Miroslav Krleža (July 7, 1893 - December 29, 1981) was, arguably, the greatest Croatian writer of the 20th century. ... Antun Branko Šimić (November 18, 1898 – May 2, 1925) was a Croatian expressionist poet. ... Vladan Desnica (September 17th, 1905 - March 4th, 1967) is a Croatian writer. ... Dragutin Tadijanović (born November 4, 1905) is a Croatian poet. ... Ranko Marinković (1913 - 2001) was a Croatian writer. ... Mak (Mehmedalija) Dizdar (Stolac 1917–Sarajevo 1971) was a Bosniak poet, considered one of the greatest Yugoslav poets of the second half of the twentieth century. ... Ivan Aralica (Promina near Knin, 1930–) is a Croatian novelist and essayist. ... Tomislav Ladan (born 1932, Ivanjica, Serbia) is a Croatian essayist, critic, novelist, and polymath. ...

References

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