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Abetare
Abetare.jpg
AuthorOver 150 authors
CountryAlbania, Kosovo, North Macedonia
LanguageAlbanian
GenreTextbook
Publication date
1844-present

The Abetare is a children's textbook written in the Albanian language. It was created to help teach the basic language to children and young adults throughout Albania and the surrounding region where Albanians live. Abetare has played a significant role in the history of Albanian education and laid the groundwork for literary Albanian which helped raise the national consciousness for future generations. By learning to read and write, young Albanians were introduced to the history and culture of their homeland.

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History

The first alphabet book of the Albanian language titled "The very brief and useful Albanian Evetar" was written in 1844 by prominent author of the National Revival period Naum Veqilharxhi.[1] Since that time, more than 150 revised iterations of the Abetare have been printed in Albania and abroad. Veqilharxhi's work was followed by Kostandin Kristoforidhi,[2] another prominent figure of the National Revival period who in 1867 published his own version of the Abetare in both gheg and tosk. Three decades later, on February 27, 1897 in Istanbul,[3] the "Alphabet of the Albanian Language" was published at the initiative of Sami Frashëri, Jani Vreto, Vaso Pasha and Koto Hoxhi, all intellectuals who had founded the "Print Society of Albanian Letters".

The drafting of future textbooks of Abetare passed along to other renowned academics like Luigj Gurakuqi, Parashqevi Qiriazi, Nikolla Lako, Simon Shuteriqi and in later years followed by Aleksandër Xhuvani, Thoma Papapano, Mati Logoreci, Jani Minga and others.

In 1946, a more thorough scientific iteration of the Abetare was drafted by author Kolë Xhumari. It was to become the official government approved textbook that was distributed to elementary schools and kindergartens in the country in the next five decades.

List of Abetare

  1. Ëvetarët e Parë Shqip - Naum Veqilharxhi (1844–45)
  2. Tri Abetarët e Gjuhës Shqipe - Kostantin Kristoforidhi (1867–72)
  3. Mësoni të shkruani Gjuhën Shqipe - Daut Boriçi (1869)
  4. Pellazgjika Shqip - Vasil Dhimitër Ruso (1877)
  5. Abetare e Gjuhës Shqipe - Sami Frashëri (1879)
  6. Abetarea Shqip - Jovan Risto Terova (1887)
  7. Tri Abetaret - Parashqevi Qiriazi (1909–15)
  8. Abetareja Shqip rrieshtuarë në gjuhë të përbashkëme - Simon Shuteriqi (1911)
  9. Abetaret Xhuvani-Pogoni - Aleksandër Xhuvani, Pertef Pogoni (1922–39)
  10. Abetare - Kolë Xhumari (1946–1998)

References

  1. ^ "Idetë e Naum Veqilharxhit, për këndelljen e gjuhës shqipe". Telegrafi. Retrieved 2019-02-19.
  2. ^ "Abetaret, gramatika dhe fjalori i gjuhës shqipe nga Kristoforidhi". GazetaExpress. Retrieved 2019-02-19.
  3. ^ "Abetarja e parë në gjuhën shqipe u botua në Stamboll". KOHA. Retrieved 2019-02-19.
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