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In the 18th century, 23 plays of Molière’s were translated into Croatian in Dubrovnik/Ragusa. They were the first Molière translations in a Slavonic-speaking area. Despite the fact that the language of the translations is Croatian, there are several parts in the text which are in Italian. The paper aims at analyzing the role of some longer parts of texts (such as a full-length dialogue, a group of sentences, main clauses, subordinate clauses, and phrases) in Italian in the play Monsieur de Pourceaugnac/Jovadin. The Italian textual elements reflect the world of trade in the Mediterranean and the world of law and medicine in Dubrovnik/Ragusa.

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pastoralis Franciscorum apud Croatorum gentem . Sibenici. Carter, F. W. (1972): Dubrovnik (Ragusa). A Classic City-State . London-New York. Cerretus, S. M. (1934a): Annales Minorum seu Trium

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