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Language, education and the Catholic Church
Alex J. Bellamy

internationally renowned classic, primarily portrays relations between Serbs and Bosnian Muslims and presumably cast neither of them in a negative enough light.97 Andriç’s other works, such as his Bosnian Chronicle, presented a Bosnian rather than Croatian ‘world view’ and was thus presumably contrary to the desire to foster the ‘homeland feelings’ that the course aimed to produce.98 The curriculum began by covering what is generally regarded to have been the first Croatian book (The Missal). It went on to look at the renaissance literature of Dubrovnik, with the work of Marko

in The formation of Croatian national identity