• Katerina Lazarovska
  • Jovanka Denkova
Keywords: plants, symbolism, Vidoe Podgorets


This paper reviews the richness in the work of Vidoe Podgorets. It is talked about the place that he as a writer takes in the Macedonian literature for children. Here are four sections selected for consideration, through which the point of the work will be revealed and confirmed. Above all, the importance of the works for their readers, the lessons, the point of the writer, the messages that he sends through all his works will be appreciated. In his works, Vidoe Podgorets inserts symbols, which he mostly displays through the numerous plant world. For this paper, the material is obtained through research, in selected works, two of which are novels, two works are collections of short stories. The aim of this paper is to find the need, the meaning of the plant life, which prevails and abounds in the works of Podgorets. The plant is considered from the symbolic - literary aspect, but also the connection with the content of the work. The plants carry in themselves a strong message and symbolism, which the author sends to his readers. Here, the descriptive and causal method is used. These methods will reveal the description and discover the reasons for the abundance of the plant life, in the selected works of Podgorets, symbolism, meaning and visuality.


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How to Cite
Lazarovska, K., & Denkova, J. (2019). PLANT SYMBOLS IN LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN OF VIDOE PODGORETS. Knowledge International Journal, 30(5), 1189 - 1193. Retrieved from