Jukić (Q). Bosnian writer. Slavoljub Bošnjak; Fra Filip Kunić; Ivan Frano Jukić; Filip Kunić Ivan franjo 1, × 1,; MB. 1 reference. Vienna, Austria, Ivan Franjo Jukić was some heck of a chap, a writer from Bosnia and Herzegovina who helped to kick off Bosnian modernism and was. Bosnian Franciscan Ivan Franjo Jukić () died a hundred and fifty years ago. He was one of the most prominent figures in the 19th century cultural life.

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Bibliographies as a source for the history of books and cultural history.

Bibliografije kao izvor za povijest knjige i kulturnu povijest. Libellarium, 1 1 Chicago 17th Edition Harni, Slavko.


Bibliografije kao izvor za povijest knjige i kulturnu povijest’, Libellarium1 1juji. Bibliografije kao izvor za povijest knjige i kulturnu povijest”, Libellariumvol.

He was one of the most prominent figures in the 19th century cultural life of Bosnia and Herzegovina, credited with the development of a wide-ranging set of aspects of cultural life in Bosnia and Herzegovina, organised in the unpropitious conditions of the Turkish occupation. Among other things, he studied the non-religious cultural history of Bosnia and Herzegovina and, in particular, the literary work of his Franciscan predecessors who were active in pastoral work for many years on the entire Croatian cultural territory and, in some periods, outside this territory.


Preaching in the tongue of the people, they contributed greatly to the standardisation of the Croatian language and to the development and use of bosanica as a specific form of the Croatian Cyrillic script.

The study of bosanica was an inspiration to him to collect and bibliographically describe books written in this script and, also, books written in the Latin script.

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Thus emerged the core of his text, Bosnian Literature, which is in fact a general bibliography of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was the first book to set as a criterion the secular and not the religious borders of Bosnia.

The paper is to commemorate the anniversary of his death. The bibliographic study focuses on the bibliographic structure, bibliographic descriptions and on the criteria applied in the selection of the material.

The bibliographic features ivab analysed as part of the cultural and historic context, in the synchronic and diachronic sense of the word. This movement promoted the unity of the Southern Slavs, calling them all Illyrians and regarding them as basically a single people speaking the same language. As one of its focuses, the movement also promoted bibliographic work.

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Tracing back this orientation leads us to its source, the German Romanticism, which relied on the common language for the building of unity of the disunited German lands, and promoted the primacy of culture over the primacy of franoj. With the German people this unity was successful, whereas the political reality, in part shaped by bloody wars, was a vivid proof of ican failure of the Illyrian, and later, of the Southern Slavic idea.


The course of research done for this paper was greatly affected by this historical fact, especially evident in the criteria for the selection of the bibliographic material.

The outcome of the Turkish siege of Bosnia was, namely, in the identification of the religious with the national. A bibliographic analysis makes up the core of the paper, and the core is framed by a methodologically immanent, modern cultural and historical context. Bibliographies as a source for the history of books and cultural history Slavko Harni ; National and university library, Zagreb Puni tekst: