Srbohrvaški asimetrični deseterec v slovenskih prevodih

  • Aleksander Bjelčevič Univerza v Ljubljani


Slovene translations of serbocroatian folk songs, written in scr. deseterac metrum, began in 1831 with the translation of Hasanaginica; this and all the following translations were made in trochaic decasyllable. I compard the rhythm of six Slovene and one German translation with scr. corpus of seven folk songs by the following rhythmic parameters: accentuation of syllabic positions, non-metric accents, borders between phonetic words, verse endings, caesura after the 4th syllable and zeugma after the 3rd and 9th syllable.

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