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Turtullesha dhe djalli by Shefki Hysa
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Turtullesha dhe djalli

by Shefki Hysa

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In this book, writer Shefki Hysa is presented as a love singer and at the same time a singer of the big human metamorphosis that the pain of that love loss causes, a love that is violated by malignity, symbolized by devil, daemon, villain or many other nicknames with which the popular rhapsode labels man’s deviltry. In this view, creation is an innovation, which brings back in Albanian modern literature in a creative way, the magical elements which are often met in folkloric creations, especially in the Cham epos and this thing makes this literature magical and with big values, like that of magic realism represented by the famous world writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez. ( )
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