Aleksa Šantić (Cyrillic: Алекса Шантић) (May 27, – February 2, ) was a Aleksa Šantić, a village in Serbia is named after this poet. Pesme/Poems. Nijedan pisac nije toliko ličio na svoje književno delo koliko Aleksa Šantić ( ). Ovaj pesnik je bio najveće dete u našoj književnosti. Šantićeve pesme. Results 1 – 8 of 8 Pesme I by Santic, Aleksa and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books available now at

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A wind blew from the branches down her lovely shoulders Unraveling those thick braids of hers.

His most well known sevdalinka is Emina female Bosniak nameto which music was composed and it is often sung at restaurants kafanas. She only gave me a frowning look, Not caring, the naughty one, that I am crazy for her! The review must be at least 50 characters pseme.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! Retrieved 28 December Dragana Skoro rated it it was amazing Jul 12, Katarina Stanojevic rated it it was amazing Aug 14, His poems about Mostar and the river Neretva breathe pure Bosnian akeksa Serbian patriotism and are considered particularly beautiful.


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Boxology Bookworm rated it it was amazing Apr 20, Little Herzegovinian pewme, not only for Serb children from Herzegovina, but for all Serb children.

Many artists have covered the song, but the version by fellow Mostar native, Bosnian singer Himzo Polovinaremains the most popular. Drawing themes and imagery from his hometown Mostar, the atmospheric capital of Mediterranean Herzegovina, and szntic surroundings, his poetry is marked in equal part by the late-Ottoman urban culture in the region, its social distinctions, subdued passions and melancholy, as well as the South-Slavic national awareness that was growing all over what was later to become Yugoslavia.

He found her in the yard of the family home, informed her of Emina’s death and she shuddered with grief aantic spoke the verses:.

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He was strongly influenced by Heinrich Heinewhose works he translated. He was born and lived most his life in Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina, then part of Austria-Hungary, where he also died. Here’s an unpopular opinion: It is usually said that one can understand and even enjoy, but seldom have a full appreciation of poetry in a non-native language.

Aleksa Šantić

You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: Harlequin rated it it was amazing Mar ppesme, Ana rated it really liked it Aug 18, Zinaid Nazic rated it it was amazing May 04, His muse is at the crossroads of love and patriotism, beloved ideal, and suffering aleisa.

The poet watches his beloved from afar and longing often turns into sadness because of unrequited love and the failure of life.

We appreciate your feedback. On 27 May a bronze statue of Emina was unveiled in Mostar.