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Villa Ruzic in Rijeka and Croatian Tales of Long Ago by Ivana Brlic Mazuranic
By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published  08/20/2009 | Croatian Language , Tourism , History , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Croatian Tales of Long Ago translated into 40 languages including Japanese, part 5


Ivana Brlić Mažuranić: Šegrt Hlapić (Apprentice Hlapić), Croatian fairy tale in Japanese. Source of the photo Croatia - Japan.




Croatian Tales of Long Ago in Bulgarian language.








Priče iz davnine - Croatian Tales of Long Ago by Ivana Brlić Mažuranić have been published in Zagreb also in Cyrillic script, in Croatian langauge.




Croatian Tales of Long Ago have been published even in some local Croatian dialects, like the chakavian dialect in the town of Vrbnik on the island of Krk. Marija Trinajstić Božić is famous in Croatia to have translated from Swedish into the same Vrbnik dialect a well known book Emil by Astrid Lindgren.




As explained by Mrs. Marija Trinajstić Božić, publishing literary works in Vrbnik speech was important step for the preservation of this very old Croatian dialect among youngsters.


An extremely interesting marginal note by Ivana Brlić Mažuranić written in 1933 for her grandson Viktor Ružić. She donated him this table of various scripts emphasising that "he is able read the Croatian Glagolitic Script at the age of 9." The beginning of the Croatian Glagolitic Alphabet (in fact Azbuka) is in the second column. This shows that Ivana Brlić Mažuranić was also familiar with this old and exotic Croatian Script.


Croatian Glagolitic Script called Das Hieronimisch-Dalmatinische Alphabet in the second column.


Professor Matilda Ružić showing us the table Das Slavische Alphabetarion, containing the Croatian Glagolitic Azbuka in the second column.


Formated for CROWN by prof.dr. Darko Žubrinić
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