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The Metaphorized Process to "Ajkuna kján Omerin", (The Epos of Brave Men), "Treasures of the Nation" Volume II, Songs of the Brave Men and the Legend, Tirana 1937

Bardhi Toda


Ajkuna, when hears that they had killed his son runs to the cemetery vents his pain talking his son as he was still alive. Albanian legend has undergone through centuries, with vitality (dynamism) and originality, almost from the time of gestation of these people, culture and social tradition cultivated by him and various events that have already accompanied it, until today. Even though fortunately not very positive for our national culture, as regards to the latest written language documentation, however, from the moment it began to remain on paper, so it came back to the scene of our nation’s history, also events of this people, from the bottom up, but it’s still alive.

Keywords: Ajkuna, Omer, metaphorism, Xhevat Lloshi, etc.

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