Translators to Slovene: Croatian-Slovene translators, Czech-Slovene translators, English-Slovene translators, French-Slovene translators

 
9781233055104: Translators to Slovene: Croatian-Slovene translators, Czech-Slovene translators, English-Slovene translators, French-Slovene translators
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Croatian-Slovene translators, Czech-Slovene translators, English-Slovene translators, French-Slovene translators, German-Slovene translators, Hungarian-Slovene translators, Italian-Slovene translators, Norwegian-Slovene translators, Polish-Slovene translators, Russian-Slovene translators, Serbian-Slovene translators, Spanish-Slovene translators, Translators of the Bible into Slovene, Primož Trubar, Taja Kramberger, Jože Javoršek, Oton Župančič, Alojz Gradnik, Boris Furlan, France Bevk, Izidor Cankar, Alenka Puhar, Albin Prepeluh, Matej Bor, Anton Podbevšek, Janez Menart, Karel Destovnik Kajuh, Rastko Močnik, Valentin Inzko, Mira Mihelič, Matjaž Šinkovec, Janez Gradišnik, Taras Kermauner, Igor Škamperle, Božidar Debenjak, Fran Saleški Finžgar, Jurij Dalmatin, Igo Gruden, Josip Osti, Niko Grafenauer, Viktor Blažič, Jelica Šumič Riha, France Vodnik, France Klopčič, Igor Pribac, Lili Novy, Simona Škrabec, Mile Klopčič, Marko Kravos, Sebastian Krelj, Tone Pavček, Draga Ahačič, Damijan Šinigoj, Miroslav Košuta. Excerpt: Taja Kramberger (born 11 September 1970) is a Slovenian poet, translator, essayist and historical anthropologist. She was born in Ljubljana, Slovenia. She has finished undergraduate studies of history at the University of Ljubljana, where she studied also archaeology (absolved 4 years), but left it out when she became engaged in the literary field (1995) and postgraduate history studies. She obtained her PhD from history/historical anthropology at the University of Primorska with a thesis entitled Memory and Remembrance. Historical Anthropology of the Canonized Reception (Case Study of a Review and Publishing House Modra ptica , 1929-1941. Bartol with Vidmar), 1241 pp. She was an initiator and still is Editor-in-Chief of Monitor ISH-Review of Humanities and Social Sciences (2001-2003), in 2004 renamed to M...

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