Albanian Literature 1, 2

  1. The subject of the history of literature as a scientific discipline, methods of study, classification and periodicity. 1) Periodicity of Albanian literature renaissance in the 30s until the nineteenth century: 1) Albanian literature. Medieval period: overwriing literature, codex literature, the reference literature. 2) Humanism and Renaissance. European and Albanian (and representative features): Gjon Gazulli, Ndre Lleshi, Viktor Karpaçi, Mark Bazaiti, Onufri dhe i biri Nikolla, Vëllezërit Albanesi; Martin Segoni, Dhimitër Frëngu, Mikel Maruli, Nikollë (Leonik) Tomeu, Marin Barleti, Marin Beçikemi, Maksim Artioti. 3) Reformation and Counter–Reformation,  Baroque: Gjon Buzuku, Lekë Matrënga; Pjetër Budi, Frano Bardhi, Pjetër Bogdani, Teodor Bogomili. 4) The literature of Classicism: a) the Enlightenment (Theodhor Kavalioti, Dhanil Haxhiu, Konstandin Berati); b) and classicism elements (Nikollë Brankati, N. Filja, N. Keta, Jul Variboba); c) Albanian literature with Arabic alphabet (Nezim Frakulla, Sulejman Naibi, Zenel Bastari, Hasan Zyko Kamberi, Muhamed Kyçuku).
  2. Introduction: a) understanding the historical, political and social circumstances of Albanian Renaissance; b) features and ideological and cultural views of renaissance authors; c) language and folklore activity (N. Veqilharxhi, V. Dorsa, Z. Jubani, S. Frashëri); d ) language and folklore activity (Dh. Kamarda, K. Kristoforidhi, J. De Reda, Th. Mitko); d) general characteristics of Renaissance literature: issues and development trends of literary genres. Jeronim de Rada (1814 – 1903). Aesthetic and social views, contribution in the field of journalism, folklore and language of the respective programs in the spirit of the Renaissance. Anton Santori (1819 – 1894). Gavril Dara i Ri (1826 – 1885).  Gavril Dara i Ri (1826 – 1885). Zef Serembe (1843 – 1901). Zef Skiroi (1865 – 1927).