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Abstracts in history
Mojca Šauperl, 2008, published professional conference contribution

Found in: osebi
Keywords: izvleček, vsebina, jezikoslovne značilnosti, metatekstualni glagoli, strokovna angleščina, pisanje znanstvenih besedil, zgodovina
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 1557; Downloads: 28
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Across the red-green sea
Mojca Šauperl, 2011, original scientific article

Found in: osebi
Keywords: myth, sea, colours, folk songs, literature
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 700; Downloads: 10
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Poskus reinterpretacije mita o Lepi Vidi v luči mitogeneze Renéja Girarda
Mojca Šauperl, 2009, original scientific article

Abstract: According to René Girard, sacrificial rites and myths reenact the founding murder, which puts an end to the mimetic crisis and allows the formation of a human community. In this light, it is interesting to observe the 10 folk songs and the fairy tale about Lepa Vida (Fair Vida) that may present several motifs characteristic of sacrificial myths. The mimetic crisis is symbolized by the sea, particularly the red and green sea in one of the songs from the Resia Valley (Slovene: Rezija, Italian: Val Resia), by the pair of male antagonists (Husband/Father and Zamorec/Seaman) and by the sun-moon pair. Vida's violent death is transformed into a suicide, a departure for a foreign land, or a long/eternal journey on the sea. The maritime abduction motif might narrate a sacrificial offering from a boat, in which Vida is the offered sacrifice, while Zamorec/Seaman is the priest. The folklore connects Fair Vida with Duino/Devin near Trieste (Italy). The etymology of the place's name, the collective understanding of Devin as the setting of Fair Vida and the legend of the White Lady suggest that the place might have been a site of human sacrifice. Prešeren stressed Fair Vida's ambivalent scapegoat quality, thus making it more interesting for literary and media renditions
Found in: osebi
Keywords: Lepa Vida (izmišljena oseba), literarne teme in motivi, človeško žrtvovanje, miti, Devin
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 1022; Downloads: 13
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