John Miles Foley, Founding Editor

Hatidža Krnjević

Hatidža Krnjević (Institute for Literature and Art, Belgrade) of the Republic of Serbia is a researcher associated with the institute. In addition to her work on nineteenth- and twentieth-century Yugoslav writers, she has published numerous articles, editions, and books on both Christian and Moslem ballad, lyric, and epic traditions. Her most recent book, a history of the textual tradition and a study of the poetics of Serbo-Croatian folk lyric (1986), is the fi rst complete monograph on that genre in the history of Yugoslav scholarship.

Articles by Hatidža Krnjević

Notes on the Poetics of Serbo-Croatian Folk Lyric

Volume 6, Issue 2-3 (May, 1991)

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