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Fishta and his Viewpoint on the Myth of the Mountain

Rovena Vata


Fishta is one of the authors who has communicated by double crossing from one degree of aesthetic communication to another: from the written to oral forms and vice-versa. Father George Fishta's epope will be left the honor of turning the Albanian literature from a migrant literature according to Çabej’s view to a country developed one, in the Albanian statehood. According to the researchers' perspectives, Gjergj Fishta remains a prominent personality of the Albanian literature, a distinguished classic of it. He is also the builder of a literary universe, an Albanian Olympia with real and mythical beings, showing them between contrasts and dramatic events. He is also one on the most dramatic authors in the Albanian literature. Fishta's creativity encountered glorifying and also vitriolic discourses, made by exquisite irony, and were pseudo nationalists are stigmatized along with another pseudo. Through a variety of his works, the author wanted to highlight an important aspect of Albanians; an epic collective identity that wanders as a permanent feature of his work.

Keywords: The myth, Dukagjini, the highlands, the traditional isolated island-like premises, the mountain, the Alpin pasture, the street, the river, the fountain, the mountain stream, the meadow, the crag, the slate, the shadow, the stone, the slope, the cave, the tribe, the brotherhood, the hearth, the oak, the code, the crow, the wolf, the fire, the light, the bread, the root, the language.

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