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Diana Mishkova
Marius Turda
Balazs Trencsenyi

Chapter V. The Anti-modernist Revolution

Lazër Radi: Fascism and the Albanian Spirit

Traduction de Rigels Halili

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Title: Fashizmi dhe Fryma Shqiptare (Fascism and the Albanian Spirit)

Originally published: Tirana: Distapur, 1940

Language: Albanian

The excerpts used are from the original edition, pp. 19, 23–24, 45, 63, 90, 96, 105, 152,154, and 171.

About the author

Lazër Radi [1916, Prizren, Kosovo–1998, Tirana]: poet, translator, and political activist. He finished his primary education in his native town. In 1929, following reprisals from the Serbian authorities as a result of his brother’s refusal to serve in the military, Radi left Prizren and moved to Albania. For a year, he attended the secondary school in Tirana, and in 1931 continued his secondary education in the public gymnasium of Shkodra. There he came in contact with young Albanian intellectuals who were attending the same school and who entered the Albanian literary scene in the 1930s. It was during this period that Radi published his first articles and translations. In 1938, he obtained a scholarship from the Italian government and be...

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