FRAN KURELAC AND FLUMINENSIA

Author:
Diana Stolac
Email:
diana.stolac@ri.t-com.hr
Summary
This paper focuses on Fran Kurelac (Bruvno, 1811 – Zagreb, 1874), the founder, the leading figure and the only true follower of the Rijeka Philological School. This school of thought was one of the important meeting places for the debate on the standardization of the Croatian language in the 19th century. Kurelac collected his papers written in Rijeka and published them in Zagreb in 1862 in a book titled Fluminensia ili koječega na Re˘ci Izgovorena, spe˘vana, prevedena i nasnovana. The corpus on which our research was conducted was expanded to include his other works in order to find out how consistent he was in the application of the proclaimed grammatical traits of the Croatian language.
Key words
Fran Kurelac; Rijeka Philological School; 19th century; Fluminensia
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