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  Millosh Gjergj Nikolla - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Millosh Gjergj Nikolla (as a boy, his name was Mirko, October 13, 1911 - August 26, 1938) was an Albanian poet born in Shkodër, Albania of a Serbian father and an Albanian mother in a family originally from Debar.
His father, Gjergj Nikolla (1872-1924), came from an Serbian Orthodox family of Dibran origin and owned a bar there.
It was during this period that he also began writing prose sketches and verse which reflect the life and anguish of an intellectual in what certainly was and has remained the most backward region of Europe.
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 SEDA - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Gjergj Fishta (1871-1940), wrote a poem of national epos breadth “Lahuta e malësisë” (The Lute of the Highlands) in which, in a romanticising spirit and a high patriotic pathos, he depicts the struggles of Northern mountaineers against Slav onslaughts.
A Franciscan priest, erudite and a member of the Italian Academy, Gjergj Fishta is a multifaceted personality of Albanian culture: epical and lyrical poet, publicist and satirist, dramatist and translator, active participant in the Albanian cultural and political life between the two Wars.
Fishta’s poem is distinguished by its vast linguistic wealth, is a receptacle for the richness of the popular speech of the highlands, the live and infinite phraseology and the diversity of clear syntax constructions, which give vitality and strength to the poetic expression.
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Millosh Gjergj Nikolla also known as Migjeni, was born in Shkodra.
His father, Gjergj Nikolla (1872-1924), came from an Orthodox family of Dibra origin and owned a bar there.
As a boy, he attended a Serbian Orthodox elementary school in Shkodra and from 1923 to 1925 a secondary school in Bar (Tivar) on the Montenegrin coast, where his eldest sister, Lenka, had moved.
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 Dr. Robert Elsie - Migjeni (Millosh Gjergj Nikolla). Free Verse
Migjeni was born in Shkodra on 13 October 1911.
His father, Gjergj Nikolla (1872-1924), came from an Orthodox family of Dibran origin and owned a bar there.
In 1900, Gjergj Nikolla married Sofia Anastas Kokoshi (1881-1916) who bore him four daughters, Jelena (Lenka), Jovanka, Cvetka and Ollga, and two sons, Nikolla (1901-1925) and Millosh (Mirko).
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 spulaha   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Such Albanian priests mentioned in the Ragusan documents are Gjini, the son of Gjergj, the presbyter (1382); the reverend Gjergj Gega, Nikollë Tanushi, Gjergj Andrea Pellini, and Nikolla Progonovic in the fifteenth century.
Also, the preservation of other legendary and epic songs among the Albanians in Kosova, like that of Gjergj Elez Alia, that were created in the early medieval period in which is spoken about the resistance to the foreign invasion and pressure from the Albanian populations in Kosova speaks in favor of this thesis.
Evidence that the Muslim population was Albanian is attained by the reports of the various emissaries of Papacy, such as Pjetër Mazreku, and Gjergj Bardhi.
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Gjergj Fishta (1871-1940), who, while writing for full four decades the epic poem Lahuta e Malcis [The Highland Lute], alongside this, that is, established the Albanian satire with Anzat e Parnasit [The Wasps of Parnassus] and Gomari i Babatasit [Babatasi’s Donkey], which treat concrete issues of life in the Albanian world.
From his first book Net shqiptare (1938) [Albanian Nights] to the work he left in manuscript E madhe është gjëma e mëkatit (1947) [Great Is the Calamity of Sin], Kuteli unveiled the individual suffering and passions in a dramatic showdown with the norm and death.
Millosh Gjergj Nikolla (1911-1938), a poet who died in his youth introduced colloquial language in his poetry and exalted free verse in his Vargjet e lira (1936) [Free Verse]; he introduced the trivial, day-to-day, subject in his fiction, Novela të qytetit të veriut (1938) [Novellas of the Northern Town].
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 "Under Empty Skies Falconers Weep" by Stephen Schwartz
He was born Millosh Gjergj Nikolla, of Serbian heritage.
Migjeni wrote in Gheg, and Gjergj Fishta (1871-1940), a Franciscan priest, whose Highland Lute, Cantos I-V, is the second bilingual offering from Elsie and Dukagjini, is the greatest of the pre-modernist Gheg poets.
[xxx] Migjeni, Free Verse, Pejë, Dukagjini, 2001, and Fishta, Gjergj, The Highland Lute, Cantos I-V, Pejë, Dukagjini, 2003.
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We, The Sons of This New Age A poem by Migjeni (Millosh Gjergj Nikolla, 1911 - 1938)
The Song of My Town A sketch by Migjeni Albanian Life Issue 2 1969
TOWN PLANNING IN ALBANIA by Sabri Pilkati, Director of the State Design Institute.
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 Murphy Beds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
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 Re: Which Came First: The Church or the New Testament?
Migjeni, pen name of Millosh Gjergj Nikolla, was born in
His father, Gjergj Nikolla (1872-1924), came from an Orthodox
> > Illyria, under his new pen name Migjeni, an acronym of Millosh Gjergj
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