Anton Pashku Lutjet E Mbremjes
Anton Pashku Lutjet E Mbremjes: A Collection of Short Stories with Diverse Themes
Anton Pashku Lutjet E Mbremjes is a book of short stories by Anton Pashku, a renowned Albanian writer and dramatist. The book was published in 1978 by Rilindja, and consists of four chapters, each containing several stories with different themes and styles. The book's title translates to \"The Evening Prayers\" in English, and reflects the author's exploration of human life and society through his imaginative and poetic language.
In this article, we will give a brief overview of each chapter and some of the stories that make up Anton Pashku Lutjet E Mbremjes, as well as some of the literary techniques and motifs that the author uses to create his unique and captivating narratives.
Chapter One: Reksi lehu dy herÃ (Reksi Barked Twice)
The first chapter of Anton Pashku Lutjet E Mbremjes contains four stories: \"Vdekja solemne\" (The Solemn Death), \"NjÃ kallÃzim pa lidhje por nÃ mÃnyrÃn dÃftore\" (A Story without Connection but in a Deft Way), \"Reksi lehu dy herÃ\" (Reksi Barked Twice), and \"Njeriu lakuriq\" (The Naked Man). These stories share a common theme of fantasy, as the author creates surreal and imaginative situations that reveal the emotional state of the characters, often involving their memories of their loved ones.
For example, in \"Vdekja solemne\", the protagonist imagines having a conversation with the skulls of his family members, who have all died in a solemn way for their deeds. He recalls their virtues and values, as well as their flaws and mistakes, while also reflecting on his own life and destiny. In \"NjÃ kallÃzim pa lidhje por nÃ mÃnyrÃn dÃftore\", the protagonist identifies a potato with his daughter's doll, as he misses her dearly while being away from her. He imagines everything around him as being related to her, showing his deep love and attachment to his child.
Chapter Two: Dega e fshehur (The Hidden Branch)
The second chapter of Anton Pashku Lutjet E Mbremjes contains five stories: \"NÃn qarr po rrinte vasha\" (Under the Oak Tree the Cow Was Standing), \"Vertikalet\" (The Verticals), \"Dashuria\" (Love), \"Dikush trokiti ngadalÃ\" (Someone Knocked Slowly), and \"Dega e fshehur\" (The Hidden Branch). These stories focus on the theme of love, as the author portrays various aspects and forms of human love, such as forbidden love, unrequited love, passionate love, platonic love, and self-love.
For instance, in \"NÃn qarr po rrinte vasha\", the protagonists are two young lovers who are forbidden to be together by their families. They meet secretly under an oak tree, where they express their feelings and hopes for each other. However, their fate is tragic, as they are discovered and killed by their relatives. In \"Dashuria\", the protagonist is a man who falls in love with a woman who works at a library. He tries to impress her with his knowledge and charm, but she rejects him repeatedly. He becomes obsessed with her, until he realizes that he has been living in a fantasy world.
Chapter Three: Krokatja e korbit (The Crow's Caw)
The third chapter of Anton Pashku Lutjet E Mbremjes contains six stories: \"Krokatja e korbit\" (The Crow's Caw), \"KafshÃt e shkretÃtirÃs\" (The Animals of the Desert), \"Gjarpri i gjelbÃr\" (The Green Snake), \"Shkolla e re\" (The New School), \"Kuajt e bardhÃ tÃ detit\" (The White H 248dff8e21