Brako, Zenepe (2019) THE SYMBOL OF THE SERPENT IN ALBANIAN LITERATURE. FILOLOGJIA International Journal of Human Sciences, 7 (11-12). pp. 170-176. ISSN 2671-3012

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In 1971, Edward Burnett Tylor, defines culture or civilisation as a complex group in which includes connections, beliefs, art, moral, justice, consume and every other ability or tradition gained by a person in a community. The individual as part of his culture embodying his belief and non-beliefs which are nescessary for his intelectual and emotional growth. By intelectual/emotional growth we define handing down traditon from generation to generation in civilization world. This statement means that we have to sharpen the senses and to awaken someone's ethnic desires in order to create courage and amazement. We cannot say that this statement includes some parts of an output but a part of it which is a meaningful element, definitely yes. Through this philosophical and anthropological approach, we are going to define the snake as a simbol, symbolic, symbiosis, metamorfim and all his possible ethnonyms in albanian cultural plain. The faithful and reproductive power of pagan and totemic beliefs of Albanians, recognizes its special production, so the figure of the snake, even as a romantic and lyrical form, lurks in the arena of ethnological and character studies both quantitative and qualitative.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: A General Works > AI Indexes (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences > School of Art
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Date Deposited: 13 Jun 2019 19:07
Last Modified: 13 Jun 2019 19:07

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