Kapetan DÅon Piplfoks: The Brave Pirate Who Defeated a Seven-Headed Monster
Kapetan DÅon Piplfoks is a radio drama written by DuÅan RadoviÄ in 1953. It tells the story of a retired pirate captain who is called by the authorities to fight a seven-headed monster that terrorizes the Chinese Sea. The captain gathers his old crew of 70 pirates and sets sail on his ship, armed with flags and weapons that were confiscated after a brawl in Liverpool. Along the way, he encounters various challenges and adventures, such as a fast-talking man from another ship who directs him to the Cave of Magic Echo, where he receives advice on how to defeat the monster. He also improvises a scene on his ship where one of his pirates pretends to be the monster, so that he can anticipate its moves.
The climax of the story is the confrontation between the captain and the monster, who engage in a witty dialogue of riddles and questions. The rule is that the captain has to ask a question and the monster has to give a correct answer. Whoever makes a mistake will lose a head, although the captain has only one head and the monster has seven. The captain manages to outsmart the monster and cut off all its heads, using his courage and cleverness. He returns to his country as a hero and is awarded with honors. He then resumes his life on the sea with his pirates.
The story is full of symbolism and humor, especially related to the number seven. The monster has seven heads on seven shoulders. The captain has 70 pirates and 72 wounds. He carries seven small sharks in each hand. It was the 27th day of sailing when he received a message in a bottle. The fast-talking man says that his ship was the 17th one that the monster sank. The sum of three and three figs is given as seven. The monster claims that it has seven times more brains than the captain, but the captain has to think of seven questions to cut off all its heads, although we only hear the first three questions.
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The genre of the story is radio drama, which is a type of drama that is performed for an absent audience. The action is condensed and fast-paced, because the performance of this kind of work is time-limited. Kapetan DÅon Piplfoks is written on about 20 pages. The setting is the Chinese Sea and the time is unknown.
The theme of the story is the life of retired pirates and their struggle with different creatures in the harsh sea. The idea of the story is that sometimes it is better to use wit and bravery instead of force and weapons.
The author of Kapetan DÅon Piplfoks was DuÅan RadoviÄ, a famous Serbian writer, poet, journalist and editor of children's programs on radio and television. He was born in 1922 in NiÅ, in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. Due to his father's job as a railway worker, he moved with his family to Subotica, where he wrote his first poem at the age of nine. He started publishing his poems for children in the magazine \"ÅelezniÄki venac\" and the daily newspaper \"Vreme\" in 1934.
After finishing high school, he moved to Belgrade to study philosophy, but he did not graduate. He began his career as a performer of literary works and wrote sketches, aphorisms, announcements, humoresques, poems, stories and scripts for feature and documentary films. He worked for various newspapers and magazines, such as \"Zmaj\", \"Pionir\", \"Kekec\", \"Pionirske novine\" and \"Borba\". He was also the editor of the children's magazine \"Poletarac\", which was one of the best magazines for children in Europe.
He became widely known for his radio show \"Beograde, dobro jutro\" (Belgrade, good morning), which he hosted from 1975 to 1983 on Studio B. He entertained the audience with his witty and sharp aphorisms that commented on the social and political situation of the time. His aphorisms were collected in three books that sold 300 thousand copies. He also wrote many books for children and adults, some of which were translated into English, Russian, German and other languages. Some of his most famous works are: \"Kapetan DÅon Piplfoks\" (1953), a radio drama about a pirate captain who fights a seven-headed monster; \"PoÅtovana deco\" (1954), a collection of poems for children; \"SmeÅne reÄi\" (1961), another collection of poems for children; \"PriÄam ti priÄu\" (1963), a collection of stories and poems for children; \"Na slovo, na slovo\" (1963-1965), a TV series for children based on the alphabet; \"Äe, tragedija koja traje\" (1969), a poem co-written with Matija BeÄkoviÄ about Che Guevara; \"Vukova azbuka\" (1971), a collection of poems for children based on Vuk KaradÅiÄ's alphabet; \"ZooloÅki vrt Beograd\" (1972), a collection of poems for children about animals in the Belgrade Zoo; \"Ponedeljak\", \"Utorak\", \"Sreda\" and \"Äetvrtak\" (1983), four books of poetry and prose for children.
He died in 1984 in Belgrade at the age of 61. He was buried at the New Cemetery in Belgrade. He is remembered as one of the most influential and beloved writers in Serbian literature, especially for his contribution to children's literature. He received many awards and honors for his work, such as the Order of St. Sava, the Order of Labor with Red Flag, the NjegoÅ Award, the Zmaj Award and the Neven Award. His name is also given to several schools and cultural institutions in Serbia. 29c81ba772