Ľudovít Štúr was born on 29 Oct 1815 in Uhrovec in the Kingdom of Hungary (in the exact home exactly where Alexander Dubček was later on born) as the next kid of Samuel and Anna Štúr. He was baptized in the Evangelical Lutheran church in Uhrovec. He acquired his standard training, such as the know-how of Latin, from his father Samuel, who was a teacher. From 1827–1829, he researched at Győr, exactly where he attended a decrease grammar school. There he enhanced his know-how of history, and German, Greek and Hungarian languages. These studies provoked his admiration of Pavel Jozef Šafárik, Ján Kollár and Jiří Dobrovsky. In 1829, he determined to transform school.
From 1829–1836, Ľudovít Štúr researched at the prestigious Lutheran Lýceum (preparatory substantial school and higher education) in Pressburg and turned a member of the Czech-Slav Culture, which stimulated his interest in all Slav nations. There was a famed Section of the Czechoslovak Language and Literature of the aged Professor Juraj Palkovič at the school, the only these types of section at a Protestant school of higher education in the nineteenth century Hungary.
In 1831, Ľudovít Štúr wrote his to start with poems. From January–September 1834, he briefly interrupted his studies due to lack of finances and returned to Zayugróc, exactly where he labored as scribe with Depend Károly Zay. Afterwards that year he resumed his studies, was active in the historic and literary circle of the Czech-Slav Culture, was accountable for the correspondence with users of the Culture, gave private classes in the home of a merchant in Pressburg (currently: Bratislava), taught youthful students at the Lýceum and recognized make contact with with essential overseas and Czech students. On seventeen December 1834, he was elected secretary of the Czech-Slav Culture at the Lýceum.
In Might 1835, Ľudovít Štúr persuaded Jozef Hurban to turn out to be associated in the Slovak nationwide motion. Also that year, he was co-editor of the Plody (“Fruits”) almanac, a compilation of the ideal is effective of the users of the Czech-Slav Culture, such as poems of Štúr’s. He turned vice-president of the Czech-Slav Culture, instructing more mature students at the Lyceum the history of the Slavs and their literatures.
In 1836, Štúr wrote a letter to the essential Czech historian František Palacký, exactly where he said that the Czech language employed by the Protestants in Upper Hungary had turn out to be incomprehensible for the normal Slovaks, and proposed the creation of a unified Czechoslovak language, furnished that the Czechs would be willing to use some Slovak words – just like Slovaks would officially take some Czech words. But the Czech were being unwilling to take this, and so Štúr and his close friends determined to introduce a absolutely new Slovak language typical in its place.[quotation desired] On 24 April 1836, the famed trip to Devín Castle (Dévény, now element of Bratislava) by the users of the Slovak nationwide motion took place, led by Štúr as the vice-president of Czech-Slav Culture. The starting of his group’s substantial initiatives on behalf of nationwide awareness are joined to this go to to the ruins of Devín Castle, woven about with legends of the past with reminders of Terrific Moravia. The users of the Czech-Slav Culture swore right here to be legitimate to the nationwide bring about, deciding to travel about Upper Hungary to drum up assist for their ideas. At the castle, they also adopted added Slavic names (e.g., Jozef Hurban turned Jozef Miloslav Hurban, and so forth.).
From 1836–1838, as deputy (non-stipendiary assistant) for Professor Palkovič, Chair of the Czechoslovak Language and Literature at the Lyceum, exactly where he was previously scholar, he taught history of Slavic literature. He ongoing to generate poetry and underneath his leadership, the amount of users of the Czech-Slav Culture was continually raising. In this year, a poem of Štúr’s was released in printed form for the to start with time: Óda na Hronku (“An ode to Hronka”). In April 1837, the Czech-Slav Culture was prohibited due to scholar commotion at the Lyceum. Just one week later on Štúr started the Institute of the Czechoslovak Language and Literature, within just which the actions of the Czech-Slav Culture ongoing. In that year he ongoing to generate content articles for newspapers and journals, such as Tatranka, Hronka, Květy (Czech), Časopis českého musea, Danica (Croatian) and Tygodnik literacki (Polish).
From 1838–1840, he attended the (Protestant) University of Halle in Germany, exactly where he researched linguistics, history and philosophy. He was influenced by the is effective of the German philosophers Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel and Johann Gottfried Herder. Also throughout this period of time, his poetic cycle Dumky večerní (“Night ideas” written in Czech) was released in the Czech journal Květy. He still left Pressburg for Halle in September 1838. On his way to Halle, he invested more than just one month in Prague surrounded by Czech patriots. In the spring of 1839, Štúr made a prolonged journey to the Upper and Lower Lusatia in Germany (inhabited by Slavs) and bought in contact with the Slavs there. He wrote the short travelogue Cesta do Lužic vykonaná na jar 1839 (“A journey to Lusatia made in the spring of 1839”), written in Czech and released in the Czech journal Časopis českého musea.
In 1840, he returned to Bratislava by means of Prague and Hradec Králové (Königgrätz), exactly where he invested some time in the home of the publisher Jan Pospíšil. From Oct, he was when yet again working as deputy for Professor Palkovič at the Section of the Czecho-Slav Language and Literature at the Evangelic Lutheran Lyceum, instructing programs of grammar and Slav history, and continuing his actions at the Institute of Czechoslovak language.
During 1841–1844, Štúr was co-editor of Palkovič’s literary journal Tatranka. In 1841, he started out actions aimed at publishing a Slovak political newspaper. He wrote defensive and polemic texts as effectively as his Starý a nový věk Slovákov (“The aged and the new age of the Slovaks”), written in Old Czech and released in 1935 (in Slovak only in 1994). On sixteen August 1841, Štúr and his close friends ascended Kriváň (a symbolic mountain in Slovak lifestyle), an event that is now commemorated by once-a-year excursions to its summit. In 1842, he initiated the to start with Slovenský prestolný prosbopis, a Slovak petition to the Royal Court in Vienna demanding the government to prevent nationwide persecutions by the Hungarians in Upper Hungary. His software for a licence to publish a newspaper was turned down in the exact year.
On two February 1843, in Pressburg, Štúr and his close friends determined to codify the Slovak language typical employed currently, primarily based on central Slovak dialects – a popular language that would unify all Slovaks talking many distinctive dialects. From 26–29 June 1843, a unique committee achieved to look into in opposition to the Institute of Czechoslovak Language at the Lyceum, also interrogating Štúr. Štúr was pressured to go away his place at the Institute and 22 students supporting Štúr also still left the institution and started out their studies at Evangelical lyceum in Levoča (Lőcse).
In July 1843, his defensive do the job Die Beschwerden und Klagen der Slaven in Ungarn über die gesetzwidrigen Übergriffe der Magyaren (“The complaints and grievances of the Slavs in Hungary about the unlawful misfeasances of the Hungarians”), which editorial workplaces in the nineteenth century Hungary had refused to publish, was released in Leipzig, Germany. From 11–16 July 1843, at the parish home of J. M. Hurban in Hlboké, the leaders of the Slovak nationwide motion – Štúr, J. M. Hurban and M.M. Hodža – agreed on how to codify the new Slovak language typical and how to introduce it to the community. On seventeen July 1843, they frequented Ján Hollý, an essential writer and agent of the more mature Bernolák Slovak language typical, in Dobrá Voda and educated him about their strategies. On 11 Oct 1843, although the committee did not come across anything at all unlawful about Štúr’s actions, Štúr was requested to prevent lecturing and was taken out from the operate of deputy for Prof. Palkovič. On the other hand, Štúr ongoing to give lectures. On 31 December 1843, he was definitively deprived of the operate of deputy for Prof. Palkovič. As a result, in March 1844, 22 students still left Pressburg in protest thirteen of them went to analyze at the Evangelical lyceum in the town of Levoča. Just one of the supporting students was Janko Matuška, who by this opportunity developed a hymnical track Nad Tatrou sa blýska, which later on turned official anthem of the Slovak republic.
From 1843–1847, Štúr labored as a private scientist. In 1844, he wrote Nárečja slovenskuo alebo potreba písaňja v tomto nárečí (“The Slovak dialect or the requirement to generate in this dialect”). On 19 Might 1844, a next Slovenský prestolný prosbopis was sent to Vienna, but had little influence. But in 1844 other Slovak authors (often Štúr’s students) started out to use the new Slovak language typical. On 27 August, he participated in the founding conference of the Slovak association Tatrín, the to start with nation-broad association.
On 1 August 1845, the to start with challenge of Slovenskje národňje novini (“Slovak Countrywide Newspaper” released till 9 June 1848) was released. Just one week later on, its literary addendum Orol Tatranský (“The Tatra Eagle” released till 6 June 1848) was also released. In this newspaper, written in the new Slovak language, he gradually formed a Slovak political plan. He primarily based this on the precept that the Slovaks were being just one nation and that they hence had a proper to their own language, lifestyle, educational institutions, and specially political autonomy within just Hungary. The projected expression of this autonomy was to be a Slovak Diet regime. Also that year, his brochure Das neunzehnte Jahrhundert und der Magyarismus (“The nineteenth century and Magyarism”), written in German, was released in Vienna.
In 1846, Štúr bought to know the yeoman Ostrolúcky family members in Zemianske Podhradie (Nemesváralja), who later on served him to turn out to be a deputy in the Hungarian Diet regime in Pressburg. He also fell in enjoy with Adela Ostrolúcka. In addition, his textbooks Nárečja Slovenskuo alebo potreba písaňja v tomto nárečí (1844) and Nauka reči Slovenskej (“The Concept of the Slovak language”) were being released in Pressburg. In Nárečia Slovenskuo, he refused Kollár’s concept of only four Slavic tribes (Russians, Poles, Czechs and Southern Slavs) and shown motives for the introduction of the new language, which is primarily based on central Slovak dialects and utilizes phonetic spelling. In Nauka reči Slovenskej he spelled out the grammar of the new language typical. In the exact year, the upset Kollár and his followers released the compilation do the job „Hlasové o potřebě jednoty spisovného jazyka professional Čechy, Moravany a Slováky“ (“Voices in favour of the requirement of a unified literary language of the Czechs, Moravians and Slovaks”), written in Czech.
In August 1847, at the 4th conference of the Tatrín association in Čachtice, Catholics and Protestants “definitively agree to use only the freshly codified Štúr language typical”. On thirty Oct 1847, he turned a deputy for the town of Zvolen (Zólyom) in the Hungarian Diet regime in Pressburg. From seventeen November 1847 to thirteen March 1848, he gave five essential speeches at the Diet regime, in which he required the abolishment of serfdom in Hungary, the introduction of civil rights and the use of the Slovak language for instructing in elementary educational institutions. The Diet regime achieved only right up until 11 April 1848 due to the 1848 revolution.
On 1 April 1848 in Vienna, Štúr and his colleagues organized the Slavic Congress of Prague. On twenty April 1848, he arrived in Prague on the invitation of the Czech J. V. Frič, exactly where he received the assist of Czech students that were being users of the association Slávie regarding his makes an attempt to implement the Slovak language. On thirty April 1848, …