Trubar’s work was not fiction because his time was not a time of
fiction-writing, but rather a time of non-fiction; nevertheless, his
writings have literary qualities too. In his writings, especially the
Catechisms, with the two explications from 1575, we often find the
topics of children, women, family, and love. He also mentioned the
notion of play and toys. These are proof of his new era conception of
the child, woman, family and love. His literary heritage started in the
16th century and took its course simultaneously with the European period
of Humanism, the Renaissance, and the European Reformation.
Leposlovja Trubar ni pisal, saj zanj še ni bil čas, ampak stvarno literaturo,
čeprav ima njegov slog leposlovne prvine. V njegovih besedilih,
predvsem v Katekizmu z dvema izlagama iz leta 1575, najdemo
pogoste omembe otrok, ženske, družine, ljubezni, omembo besede
igra in igrača, kar potrjuje domnevo, da je v njegovih besedilih najti
novoveško pojmovanje omenjenih prvin. Njegovo literarno izročilo,
postavljeno v 16. stoletje, je potekalo sočasno z evropskimi tokovi
humanizma, renesanse in evropske reformacije.
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