“Albania” Journal and the Defence of Albanian Case through Oral and Folk Composition during the First Year of its Editions

Leonora Ndreca

Abstract


To understand the role of Konica and the magazine "Albania" and to evaluate the formation and a kind of philosophy of the national strategy in the late nineteenth century it is necessary to stop some literary columns written in this magazine. In these sections are made urgent efforts to be addressed for national unity to a certain period in Albanian history, on the one hand, and in turn to ascertain who they are, according to Konica friends and enemies of Albania. Attempts to persuade people that what good to put ourselves a nation that value would give soon or later, and foreigners. Albanian people have already thought in his head and tried to independence and statehood. Developing a national propaganda genuine inaugurate a new awareness of civic life, where the Albanian national ideology and will become worthy of autonomy, justice freedom sovereignty and independence. Summary of national memory, also outlined new events through a bunch of poems. With Konica launches a new spirit in Albanian mentality, and critical eye. Until then, Albania and the Albanians were the first of poets and writers through the eyes of the heart and idealism, now seen through the eyes of the civilized European Albanians, who had a comparable level and not at all inferior to that of Western intellectual.

Keywords: "Albania" journal, Tradition, Folklore.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v4i6.120

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/(aj).v4i6.120.g1650

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