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Primerjalna analiza lika čarovnice v ruskih in slovenskih pravljicah -študija primera: Jaga baba in Pehta

Milena Mileva Blažić (2010) Primerjalna analiza lika čarovnice v ruskih in slovenskih pravljicah -študija primera: Jaga baba in Pehta. In: 46. seminar slovenskega jezika, literature in kulture, 28 Jun - 16 Jul 2010, Ljubljana.

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    There are both similarities and differences between the Russian witch Yaga baba and the Slovene Pehta. Although the name Pehta is closer to the Germanic Berhta, in terms of content the Slovene witch is rooted in the Slavic Yaga baba. Slovene witches such as Pehta have more positive features than do Slavic witches. Polygenetic theory helps us see that folktale types are composed of various intertextual elements. The Slovene image of witches has deviated from the Russian, which was more aimed at an adult audience, while the Alpine environment is also different. At the turn of the 20th century, the Alpine environment was popular in Central Europe: stories such as Heidi (1880–1881) and tales of shepherds were also popular, especially stories about a boy / girl leaving home but finally returning, to have their role redefined. The intermediate adventures focus on the courage, ingenuity and integrity of the child orphans – in a literal or figurative sense. Yaga baba helps Vasilisa the Beautiful, while Pehta helps Kekec and Mojca. Yaga baba and Pehta are a type of witch related to a two-and-a-half millennia old literary tradition, which is universal: it has been adopted in almost all cultures, but each culture has introduced its own specific cultural elements.

    Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
    Keywords: fairy tale
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    Institution: University of Ljubljana
    Department: Faculty of Education
    Divisions: Department of Primary School Teaching > Chair of Slovene Language
    Item ID: 2682
    Date Deposited: 20 Jan 2015 13:42
    Last Modified: 20 Jan 2015 13:42
    URI: http://pefprints.pef.uni-lj.si/id/eprint/2682

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