Faik Konica

Faik Konica (March 15, 1875 – December 15, 1942), born in Konitsa, was one of the greatest figures of Albanian culture in the early decades of the twentieth century. Prewar Albanian minister to Washington, his literary review, Albania, became the focal publication of Albanian writers living abroad. Faik Konica wrote little in the way of literature, but as a stylist, critic, publicist and political figure he had a tremendous impact on Albanian writing and on Albanian culture at the time.

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... Noli, Faik Konica, Ernest Koliqi, Mitrush Kuteli, etc.) drama and satire (Gjergj Fishta, Kristo Floqi) developed parallel to poetry ... Faik Konica is the master who gave Albanian prose a modern image ... of Guillaume Apollinaire, called by foreigners “a walking encyclopaedia”, Konica became the model of Western intellectual for the Albanian culture ...
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... He was converted from Islam to Roman Catholic in France,and he was named Dominic,he never denied that he is converted to Roman Catolic ... He organized the Albanian Congress of Trieste, held in period February 27 — March 6, 1913 ...
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... According to Faik Konica, who viewed the sword at the beginning of the 20th century, there were still stains of blood on the blade ... in Turkish, which according to Faik Konica is not correct ... Still, according to Faik Konica, only the blade belongs to the original sword held by Skanderbeg ...