Bartolov Al Araf in »nacionalno vprašanje«. (Slovenian)

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      Bartol's Al Araf and the "National Issue". (English)
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      This article focuses on the issue of the "nationalist" interpretation of Vladimir Bartol's 1935 collection of short stories Al Araf. Relying extensively on the manuscripts from his estate and published documentation, it seeks to prove that this issue does not have any unilateral answers. The commonly held impression is that while writing his collection Bartol treated the ethnic issue solely as one of the many ideas he experimented with in his stories. This was also how his contemporaries understood him at that time. However, more recent, "nationalist" interpretations can nonetheless find firm support in Bartol's postwar self-explanation and especially in the fact that the writer's novellas thematized the type of subjectivity that Slovenians needed to carry out great historical changes and in some way predicted these changes. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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      Razprava se osredotoča na vprašanje »nacionalistične« interpretacije Bartolove zbirke kratkih pripovedi iz leta 1935 Al Araf. Ob izdatni naslonitvi na rokopisno zapuščino pa tudi na objavljeno dokumentacijo poskuša pokazati, da to vprašanje ne dopušča enostranskih odgovorov. Vtis je, da je Bartol med snovanjem zbirke narodnostno vprašanje obravnaval zgolj kot eno izmed mnogih idej, s katerimi je v svojih pripovedih »eksperimentiral«. Tako so ga tedaj razumeli tudi njegovi sodobniki. Nasprotno lahko novejše, »nacionalistične« interpretacije vseeno najdejo trdno oporo v Bartolovi povojni samorazlagi, predvsem pa v tem, da so pisateljeve novele tematizirale tisti tip subjektivitete, ki je bil tudi Slovencem potreben za izpeljavo velikih zgodovinskih sprememb in so se tako izkazale za njihovo svojevrstno napoved. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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