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William Dyce – King Lear and the Fool in the tragedija (Slika: Kralj Lear i Budala na oluji, William Dyce). Originalni naziv. King Lear. Datum izdavanja. Check out William Shakespeare: Kralj Lear by Emil Kutijaro on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD’s and MP3s now on Of all of Shakespeare’s dramas, King Lear needs to be ushered into the landscape more than any other, and, as Kott observed, even the most daring set design.

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In the town of Tenen, there lived a lovely maid Tena, whose beauty was known all across the country. He and fairy Zlosutnica were after the lovely Tena who was to marry prince Radovan, the son of king Zvonimir and queen Jelena.

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Tena would only be safe if she stayed in the fortress which was located on the sacred ground. She was engrossed llear sadness, as she thought Radovan was dead.

Tena is an invented character created to complement this story.

However, one of the haiducs, Maleta, set his eyes on this girl. As the girl did not wish to marry a haiduc, he forged a devious plan with his fellow haiducs. They attacked the wedding procession and planned to abduct the bride, hence getting his revenge for her refusal to marry him.

The wedding procession was slain, and the bride boldly decided to ask the best man to decapitate her to save her from misery. To place him upon the throne, Neda had to be imprisoned in a dungeon cell. At that time, Zvonimir became king.

Grass was scarce as vineyards and olive groves were clear-cut. One day, an old woman named Old Bene was collecting grass. She dug out gold coins for which it is believed that they belonged to Queen Neda.

Secretly, she filled a bag with coins and left the island to see a fortune-teller who told her that if she went back to Maslinovik, she would again find gold coins but she would not live very long after that. Old Bene chose life and she never set foot in Maslinovik again.

Local people, who heard what happened, ran off to the island to find gold coins but no one except for Old Bene ever succeeded in finding them. After the death of their parents, three brothers were to share the land. One of them was blind, but not foolish, and he knew quite well that the other two wished to trick him. In a fervent discussion and with tumultuous feelings the blind man cursed his brothers saying:.

An old fisherman was at sea catching fish when all of a sudden he noticed an unusual light. It pear a painting of Our Lady which he took home after fishing. However, the next morning, the painting was not there. He went fishing again and the same light took him by surprise, but this time he took the painting to the priest. The painting seemed every time to mysteriously find its way back to the sea where it would then be found by someone.

On this exact location, the chapel of the Lady of Chapel was erected and this is where we will film the story. Of course, this was not beneficial for the sailors who sailed the sea but kealj spite of that, on one occasion, during a shipwreck, a miracle occurred.

Whilst walking across the waters, St John of Trogir saved the sailors and all the cargo on the ship, and they happily landed on the coast. As a sign of gratitude, a chapel was later erected at that exact location. Dobra was married to Jurko who had a mistress, but she was not innocent either, so she seduced a nobleman who fell head over heels in love with her.

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The talk of the town was that Mrna, her mother and Dobra were scheming with the devil to cast a spell on this nobleman. They were to be punished for this mischief and subjected to an inquisition from Church for which friar John of Trogir was summoned. The mother and her daughter managed to flee from the dungeon and have been untraceable ever since.

With kralh friend Marinko, who drove him as his personal chauffeur, he often welcomed foreign ladies at the airport and railway station and seduced them with his charms. Then he would eat and drink at their expense, and would stay long into the night in their hotels.

At the end, he would simply disappear and the ladies would pay for everything. Ina boy named Stipura, a do-gooder by nature, tended his sheep. While he was chatting with his shepherd friends, he did not notice that his sheep vanished. While he was karlj, he would turn around every now and then to check if his sheep were behind him.

When he came close to a cave at the very top of the hill, he thought he saw something strange in there. A white light was dazzling from inside and Stipur entered to take a closer look. What he saw was stunning. A young woman all dressed in white was sitting on a stone holding a child in her arms. Such a beauty, Stipura thought, had never been seen before.

Krslj, he was frightened. He fled and returned after a few minutes with his friend. Of course, no one was there anymore. Paul and Stana were a young couple but Mehmet Bey was spellbound by Stana.

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One day, he sent spie to eavesdrop on Paul and Stana, but unfortunately he was killed. Having learnt of this event, Mehmet Bey blamed Paul for the misfortune, imprisoned him in the Tower of Sighs in which he spent years alone sighing, which is why it was named the Tower of Sighs. Paul married Stana and Mehmet Bey died in anger and despair. Martha, a mother of a boy, had a lover whom no one was to know about.

Unfortunately, her son found out. Martha wanted at all costs to prevent her son from sharing her love secret with others. So one day she lured him to a pit and pushed him. While he was falling, he grabbed her by her hair and dragged her down the abyss with him. Trying to rescue her, the son drowned in the lake. The unfortunate father, driven by his sadness, imprisoned two village girls in the two towers and they wept in memory of the lost son. Its erection was assisted by the young diseased inhabitants of the town of Lakes; they climbed the mount carrying heavy stones for the construction of the church and the surrounding wall.

And so at high summer temperatures, wearing winter clothes and carrying heavy stones, as they would reach the top, they would get well. The temperature created at such efforts would make it impossible for the malaria virus to survive.

Ever since, the legend says that St. Constance helped the diseased suffering kralk malaria to get well. The remains of the Roman settlement Colentum, the ruins of mansions, mosaics and frescoes, which can still be seen on land and under the sea. The remains of the antique town leae Colentum are nowadays largely covered by the sea; they can be found at the bottom of the mount of Gradina, on the northern side of the cove of Hramina.

All young men who truly wanted to show their love would do this with no difficulty. The task he received involved planting olive lfar on one of the islands of Kornati. His pertinacity paid well; olive trees were oear and although it took him an entire year, the maid became his wife.

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According to the shape of the amphorae, it is assumed their origins are Mediterranean. It was built at the time of the byzantine emperor Justinian, above the cove of Velika stupica. After the end of his reign, the fortress was pillaged and burnt and only some parts krzlj been preserved to this day.

According to the legend, Dubrovnik selected Kraln. Vlaho for its patron saint after the event of when the Venetian fleet sailed into the waters of Dubrovnik.

Before coming to Dubrovnik, krapj Venetians defeated the people of Neretva and intended to use trickery to defeat Dubrovnik: The people of Dubrovnik were unaware of their intentions and they welcomed them with open arms.

In the cathedral of St. Stephen, which was later demolished after an earthquake, the pious Don Stojko prayed long into the night. Suddenly, as he was praying, he saw the church fill with armed men and among them was a grey-bearded old man with a stick in his hand.

He said he was a bishop, a martyr called St. Vlaho, who was sent from above lrar safeguard Dubrovnik. The heavenly soldiers fought with him the whole night to defend the city walls from the Venetians. The next day, the Venetian fleet set their sails in haste and the caring hand of St.

Vlaho has been protecting Dubrovnik for more than a thousand years now. A general of the French army decided to close the Benedictine monastery on the island of Lokrum and he banished all Benedictines from there.

Astonished by his decision, the lea did everything they could to remain there where their order lived for centuries. When nothing seemed to help anymore, one night they went to the Church of St.

Mary, they held their last church service on the island, put their monk cowls on and went, one by one, at a slow pace to patrol the island. As a sign of curse they turned the lit candles towards the earth so that the flame burnt from below and the wax dripped along the pathway they treaded on.

They crossed the entire island three times and the whole time they solemnly pronounced the ominous words of the curse: Lokrum was thereafter cursed and the curse began to come true. All owners after that time died either tragically or under unexplained circumstances. The chronicles from Dubrovnik and England noted down that Anglo-Norman king Richard the Lionheart came to Dubrovnik in autumn of after returning from the Crusades. He ended up in a storm and then vowed to build a church on the location where he found rescue.

He was stranded on the island of Lokrum but the authorities of Dubrovnik persuaded him to build the Cathedral of the Assumption within the walls of the Town for which, according to the stories of the folks, he gave ducats. This cathedral was demolished by the earthquake of King Norin was so ugly that he hid leat appearance from the world and let no one see him.

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Being a freak with an odd face and hairy body, he ordered a barber to come once a week and take the hair off his body after which he would decapitate the barber. Great sadness engrossed the town which was robbed of young men. The last man was summoned by the king and his mother thought of making a loaf of bread and blessed it with her milk.