Gospa Nola Isidora Sekulic Pdf >>> gospa nola isidora sekulic gospa nola isidora sekulic pdf gospa nola isidora sekulic. Kronika palanackog groblja. SER Sabrana dela Isidore Sekulic, 12 vols, edited by Mladen Leskovac, Miodrag Pavlovic, and Zivorad Stojkovic. [Novi Sad]: . Yet for many critics, Sekulic’s best work was yet to come, in the form of her collection of stories, Kronika palanackog groblja (The chronicles of a small town In the first half of the twentieth century, Isidora Sekulic was active in the Kolo srpskih.
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In this paper are represented the less known events from the life and professional activity of the esteemed writer Isidora Sekulic. In this paper information, from a number of archives, which has not been previously published, was used.
In the period before the First World War, on which this paper focuses on, she was active in public life as a supporter of the arts, women s rights and the progress of Serbs in the Kingdom of Hungary. Isodora taught algebra, nature and society, chemistry and minerology, and at one point gimnastics and drawing. Although her creative work was characterized by writing about her travels, human destinies, and the ;alanackog of history on them, she found the greatest value in natural sciences: In this time the technical disciplines, which are founded on mathematics and geometry, have the greatest growth and power, together with the natural sciences, which are based mainly in chemistry and physics, these sciences are in our time half of the world.
When she was one, the family moved to Ruma, from there to Zemun, in palanackoh she spent her childhood. At the end of Isidora s seven year old older brother died, and on kronlka 22 nd of December her mother Ljubica died seekulic tuberculosis, when she was 30 years old.
Kroinka she and her brother had bad health. Isidora once said that her father comes from a lineage of crazy and palanacko people, while her mother comes from a lineage fraught with tuberculosis Dordevic C, When it comes to my childhood, my desire for school, knowledge and travel none of it has anything to do, I think, with my mother.
All of that was passed down to me by my father. Everything connected to the mind and heart comes from him; from my mother poor health. With my father begins and finishes my brothers and my joy from knowledge, reading, music. There we have descriptions of the village in which she was born, grass, a watermill which she visited as a child, a November day in which her friend and Isidora rescued se,ulic baby outside of the city near a river, and the baby taught them to be kind tiny bugs also have a part to play in the civilization of mankind.
Latter, at the beginning of the occupation, she added a text about her father, speaking about his deep and dark seriousness, religiousness and gratitude for the meals, the connection to the ancestors, all of which he instilled in her. Isidora started her schooling in the General elementary school in Ruma, where she palabackog the first semester of her first grade.
After that, with her father and younger brother Iisdora Mita, she moved to Zemun, where her father was named city captain. She loved books and music, and in school she was very hard-working, but she grew up close to the deaths door since she and her brother were frail.
In the summer of Isidora had finished the fourth grade of a Serbian elementary school, and in October she enrolled in a private higher school for girls, which was founded by Marija Getsgebpl Krihstern, and in which the sciences, craft and the German language were taught.
She was diligent, and stood out from her peers because isiora her education. Because of this she was often lonely, always the first to seklic marked, the same was true in her sixth and seventh year of schooling Radio Belgrade, Show: With two white pigeons 26 th April Isidora loved the old part of Zemun.
Once she said that in Zemun she thinks of the deceased, her grob,ja and youth, friends scattered across the world. The deepest traces of a childhood in Zemun stayed in her for the rest of her life. Their first apartment was in the Street of three pigeons, today known as Zmaj Jovina Street, surrounded by shops.
We lived in a very narrow Street, the church and the church yard were a skip and a palanackg away. This fact made palabackog apartment special. The rooms were often filled with the resonance of the ringing bells, we would unexpectedly smell the incense, the tower kroonika the birds was always visible, from the dining room we would watch how the candles and cressets shined through the huge glass doors in the front of the church.
After the family moved to Molinarijeva Street palznackog. At one time, when I was about 12 years old,i used to spend whole days and nights staring through the window looking at the Danube.
The only window in my room looked at a short and narrow street which widened as it, in a way, flowed into the Danube. The river, at that time, still had not been constrained with a stone embankment. The Danube could be clearly seen and heard, powerful, blustering, generating waves in two rows, one above the other, the lower row thick, dark water, the upper row pure energy.
The border town was able to gain a lot of money through legal and illegal trade. Furthermore, Austria was inclined towards this small town, which was sekuluc across Belgrade. Therefore, in Zemun there were many artists, musicians, painters and reciters, especially governesses, this meant that in the hour for walks one could more frequently hear French, German, and English than Serbian.
She wrote the works A small town and its last Greeks 2, and in she published one of her 2 Title in Serbian: Palanka i njeni poslednji Grci Isidora observed them and understood, she sympathizes with the world which was disappearing. She was a reserved child, and liked to isolate herself from others.
In isisora dilapidated cottage I learned to love what I cannot see, what I do not possess, what needs to pass The small heart of a child who still did not know what is the present, suspected that it has a fleeting existence and a past, that it has a moment when one withers, falls and becomes cold, that an hour is approaching when issidora proud dragonflies, which fly high underneath the sun, are the same as the stolid blind worms which slither underneath the ground I wish I could buy it, and build it into a tower, to lock the tower with nine keys, so that I could from time to time lock myself in it, and in the dark and silence I would bizarrely imagine that I can build into it the traces of dead days.
The feeling of inadequateness, which had followed her and saddened her, she described in these words: I had the rare opportunity to be thrust into the world of science and work from my earliest days. I knew a lot and unwittingly showed it, because it was impossible to hide it. I stood out from my environment and the other children despised me. In my school bag, on my way home, I used to find mocking notes, my caricature, and everything amounted to my burying myself in books kronikka boasting about it.
This was not true; I sank into myself and escaped to the last rows, into the darkest corners.
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I felt that I was a bother that I provoked with my wish for knowledge. I was very unhappy in those years. I have had my chalk drawn circle since childhood – I sit with a book in a corner.
Rectangle, with my back turned to the room. And unless my father or brother called I would not react. I would say to myself: All her life she lived modestly so that she could travel. I went to Tsargrad when I was 9 years old. For every trip I prepared long and hard. My father Danilo, when I was supposed to go to Italy, told me that I had to study for a year before going, because there I would encounter twenty centuries.
I spent studying not one but two years. I read everything that I had found: Vlajnic, Bazar, 14th March As a teacher she spent her summer and winter breaks traveling through Europe, North Africa and the Near East. She was a polyglot and a translator.
Isodora grew up in a time of the battle for the abolishment of the fourth class – disempowerment of women in society, inferior position in the family, unavailability of schooling and employment, to inequality of the genders in front of the law and voting rights. On the other hand, society had high expectations of them, as keepers of the household and traditions, and with it of the people and state.
And even when they were officially suppressed, women had their contribution in the decision making process. Apart from acting from the shadows, women as inspiration and muses, women as beloved daughters, girlfriends and wives, mothers and grandmothers, do not allow a one sided approach to history.
Judging by the information on the position of women in society, especially connected to education, in the Austro-Hungarian Empire children of both genders had equal rights.
Because of this Serbian women in the Austro-Hungarian Empire were more educated. Even village children were schooled. They went to elementary school in their villages, and in the city to higher school for Teachers were among the first educated girls, they were responsible for spreading the schooling of girls.
They were mostly from families of tradesmen and clerks and families of teachers and craftsmen, more rarely were they from families of clergymen and farmers.
Teacher marriages were a common occurrence, but many female teachers remained unmarried and financially supported the rest of the family. Although, when it came to their education, work with children and educational work after classes they were metaphors for the new age and patriotism, teachers often attracted jealous looks, they were the subject of gossip, the remains of the petty bourgeoisie would pry into their private life and scheme Durovic A, In the beginning, teachers from higher schools for women,were accepted because of high achievements, or charity, but with time more and more teachers had graduated from Preparandijas 3.
Isidora also followed along that path. From she was a student at the Preparandija in Sombor.
palannackog As someone with excellent grades, she had the honor to make a speech at the ceremony organized to celebrate 40 years of teaching and literary work of Nikola D. Vukicevic, who was the head of the Preparandija. The ceremony was held in the fall of the yearon the 29 th October in a bar Lovackirog. This speech was published in sekuliic Skolski list 4, the same place where, half a year later March-April her first literary work StasuSrbinuguslewas published.
ISIDORA SEKULIĆ AS FEW KNOW HER ISIDORA AS AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER AND A PUBLIC WORKER
To the hardworking teacher of Serbia s teachers and my dear daughter Isidora s teacher, the industrious worker for education and the school, I wish to wholeheartedly congratulate you on 40 years of work and years of life. Sta su Srbinu gusle 5 shows us a well-read and literate young woman, educated to respect the victims of her people, to hate the Turks, to feel gratitude towards the guslar 6 Quite conventionally, but not without warmth and sincerity, she reminds the Serb to listen and try to hear whether in the galaxy one can hear other noises apart from cries.
The letters of the young school girl, which would shed some light on this period of Isidora s life were lost, as well as the letters to her teacher which she signed with Sida, and the ones that she had burned. She spent her summer and winter breaks in Zemun, she read a lot, played the piano with her brother who accompanied her on the violin.
He was a writer and the head of Tekelijanum. Isidora also had tied to this institution Dordevic C, In the autumn of she enrolled in the higher school for pedagogy in Budapest for the math-physics group of sciences. In June she graduated with the highest grades and got an academic diploma.
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The same young lady finished all of the grades in elementary school, 3 Teacher training schools 4 School paper 5 What are gusle to a Serb 6 People who play the instrument gusle We congratulate Sidi and her sekulkc on such an immense success. That year she spent the summer with her brother and father in Zemun. In the application Isidora stated that on sekuloc basis of the certificate of the Budapest Royal Hungarian women’s Preparandije for state high schools she is qualified to work as a teacher in higher state and municipal schools in all math and natural sciences related subjects.
With the application she also submitted the confirmation form the Magistrate in Zemun that she is in every aspect in good moral conduct.
At the special session of the Serbian Orthodox Church Municipality in Palcevo Assembly, on the 9 th Novemebr grpblja, Isidora was unanimously appointed to be the math grobjla natural sciences teacher, and according to the circumstances for other subjects as well. Isidora reported for duty on the 4 th December She taught 18 classes a week: