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Martin Nedić
Bosnian poet

Martin Nedić

Martin Nedić
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Intro Bosnian poet
Was Poet
From Bosnia and Herzegovina
Field Literature
Gender male
Birth 1 April 1810
Death 26 April 1895 (aged 85 years)
Star sign Aries
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Biography

Martin Nedić

Martin Nedić (Tolisa 1 April 1810 – 26 April 1895) was a Bosnian poet. He wrote mostly under the pseudonym "Stari Ilir iz Bosne" (Old Illyrian from Bosnia) and "fra Martin Nedić Bošnjačanin" (Martin Nedić the Bosniak)

Nedić attended school in Tolisa under fra Bono Benić Jr. He went on to gymnasium in Kraljeva Sutjeska and studied philosophy and theology in Subotica, Szolnok, Agrija, Gyöngyös and Vác.

As a student he was drawn to the ideas of the Illyrian Movement which he soon adopted and incorporated into his own writing. He wrote historical poems as well as commemorative, with eventful and sacramental contents. Nedić also wrote memos from Bosnia, compiled reports about the state of Catholic schools in Bosnia, and collected and published historical materials and national treasures.

Works

  • Razgovor koga vile ilirkinje imadoše u pramalitje,
  • Pokret godine 1848. i 1849.,
  • Pjesma…Franji Josipu I (1852.),
  • Regula et testamentum S.P. S. Francisci (1854.),
  • Shematismus almae misionariae provinciae Bosnae Argentinae (1855.),
  • Starine bosanske
  • Kitica od devet u raznih zgodah ubranih cvjetova (1875.),
  • Ratovanje slovinskoga naroda proti Turcima godine 1875. -1877. (1881.),
  • Pjesma o ulazu cesarove vojske u Bosnu (1881.),
  • Život fra Marijana Šunjića (1883.),
  • Stanje redodržave Bosne Srebrene (1884.),
  • Poraz baša a zavedenje nizama u Bosni (ep, 1844.),
  • Razgovor vilah ilirkinjah u pramalitje godine 1841,
  • Glas redodržave Bosne Srebrene (ep),
  • Pjesmotvorni spisi,
  • Zapamćenja (rukopisi).
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