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Tijana Durdev

Belgrade, Serbia

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English (EN)image

A word, phrase, or figure of speech (especially a simile or a metaphor) that addresses the senses, suggesting mental pictures of sights, sounds, smells, tastes, feelings, or actions. Images offer sensory impressions to the reader and also convey emotions and ...

Serbian (SR)slika

Reč, fraza, preneseno značenje koje se odnosi na čula, sugerišući mentalne slike predela, zvukova, mirisa, ukusa, osećanja i radnji. Slike pružaju čitaocu čulne utiske i takođe otkrivaju emocije i raspoloženja kroz verbalne slike. Vidi preneseno ...

Literature; General literature

English (EN)polemic

A work in which the author takes a stand on a controversial subject, such as abortion or religion. Such works are often extremely argumentative or provocative. Classic examples of polemics include John Milton's Aeropagitica and Thomas Paine's The American ...

Serbian (SR)polemika

Delo u kom autor zauzima stav po određenom pitanju, najčešće kontraverznom, na primer o abortusu. Ova dela su često izuzetno provokativna. Klasičan primer je "Areopagitika" Džona Miltona i "Američka kriza" Tomasa Pejna.

Literature; General literature

English (EN)balanced budget

1. A government budget surplus that is zero, thus with net tax revenue equaling expenditure. 2. A balanced budget change in policy or behavior is one in which a component of the government budget, usually taxes, is adjusted as necessary to maintain a balanced ...

Serbian (SR)ujednačen budžet

Ukjednačen ili uravnotežen budžet nastaje ada su troškovi budžeta jednaki prilivima sredstava u budžet. Rani teoretičari budžeta smatrali su da budžet mora biti uravnotežen, dok moderna teorija teži budžetskoj ravnoteži ali ne po svaku cenu.

Economy; International economics

English (EN)interior monologue

A narrative technique in which action and external events are conveyed indirectly through a fictional character's mental soliloquy of thoughts and associations.

Serbian (SR)unutrašnji monolog

Narativna tehnika gde se radnje, spoljni događaji i razmišljanja lika posredno otkrivaju kroz njegov zamišljeni monolog.

Literature; Poetry

English (EN)apheresis

A type of elision in which a letter or syllable is omitted at the beginning of a word, as 'twas for it was.

Serbian (SR)afereza

Vrsta elizije u kojoj je slovo ili slog izostavljeno na početku reči.

Literature; Poetry

English (EN)structuralism

A twentieth-century movement in literary criticism that examines how literary texts arrive at their meanings, rather than the meanings themselves. There are two major types of structuralist analysis: one examines the way patterns of linguistic structures ...

Serbian (SR)strukturalizam

Pokret književne kritike u dvadesetom veku koji je posmatrao kako književni tekstovi dolaze do značenja, pre nego što su posmatrali sama značenja. Postoje dva osnovna tipa strukturne analize - jedan posmatra načine na koji obrasci lingivističke strukture ...

Literature; General literature

English (EN)deconstructionism

An approach to literature which suggests that literary works do not yield fixed, single meanings, because language can never say exactly what we intend it to mean. Deconstructionism seeks to destabilize meaning by examining the gaps and ambiguities of the ...

Serbian (SR)dekonstruktivizam

Pristup književnosti po kojem književna dela nemaju stalno i jedinstveno značenje, jer jezik nikad ne može da iskaže tačno šta mi želimo da kažemo. Dekonstruktivizam teži da destabilizuje značenje putem proučavanja praznina i dvosmislenosti u tekstu. ...

Literature; General literature

English (EN)figurative language

A technique in writing in which the author temporarily interrupts the order, construction, or meaning of the writing for a particular effect. This interruption takes the form of one or more figures of speech such as hyperbole, irony, or simile. Figurative ...

Serbian (SR)figurativni jezik

Tehnika pisanja gde se koriste stilske figure radi postizanja određenog efekta. Stilske figure su hiperbola, ironija, poređenje i druge. Stilske figure ili figurativni jezik su suprotne bukvalnom značenju, gde reč ima samo svoje izvorno značenje i ne sadrži ...

Literature; General literature

English (EN)prose poem

A genre in the poetic spectrum between free verse and prose. It is distinguished by the poetic characteristics of rhythmic, aural, and syntactic repetition, compression of thought, sustained intensity, and patterned structure, but is set on the page in a ...

Serbian (SR)pesma u prozi

Vrsta pesme koja se nalazi između pesme slobodnog stiha i proznog dela. Nju odlikuju osobine pesme kao što su ritam i sintaksička ponavljanja, sažete misli, intenzitet i ustaljeni obrazac, ali je zapisana u vidu proze, u kontinuiranom nizu reči i ...

Literature; Poetry

English (EN)sturm und drang

A German term meaning "storm and stress." It refers to a German literary movement of the 1770s and 1780s that reacted against the order and rationalism of the enlightenment, focusing instead on the intense experience of extraordinary individuals. Highly ...

Serbian (SR)šturn und drang

Nemački termin koji se koristi u svom originalnom obliku sa značenjem "oluja i nagon". Označava kniževni pokret 1770-ih i 1780-ih koji je reagovao protiv red i racionalniza prosvetiteljstva, birajući umesto toga da se bavi intenzivnim iskustvima pojedinaca. ...

Literature; General literature