2 edition of Edvard Kocbek found in the catalog.
English issue of: Litterae Slovenicae 2, 1995, XXXIII, 86.
|Other titles||Litterae Slovenicae.|
|Statement||[edited by Aleš Debeljak] ; translated by Michael Biggins.|
|Contributions||Debeljak, Aleš, 1961-|
|LC Classifications||PG1918.K58 A6 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||106 p. :|
|Number of Pages||106|
ČRNA ORHIDEJA Edvard Kocbek VSEBINA uboj Nemca, lov na dekle zbližanje med Katarino in Gregorjem prihod v tabor zasliševanje sodba uboj OSEBE Črna orhideja Sv. Jurij ob Ščavnici, , Ljubljana pesnik, pripovednik, esejist, kulturnik, prevajalec in politik študij. Edvard Kocbek, Translated by Tom Lozar. Published nearly 10 years after Kocbek’s death, this book is the first bilingual (Slovene-English) collection of poetry by this dissident Slovenian author.
Edvard Kocbek (—) is a Slovenian Catholic poet and essayist. In his youth he joined the Sloven Christian Socialists, and by had written a controversial article criticizing the Spanish clergy for supporting Franco in the Spanish Civil War. Edvard Kocbek was a man of action, a thinker, philosopher and poet, who knew how to gather precious and meaningful moments and embroider them into timeless patterns. His statement: “ though my nature is lyrical, I am a poet who contemplates, a being of wonderment and righteous indignation,” discloses the heart of his personality.
EDVARD KOCBEK contrary it should be co-extensive with life as it is lived. Amoral politics should never be saddled with rules of a-political morality” (Kocbek c: –23). At this point Kocbek discloses his understanding of revolution and revolutionary mission as . Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Svoboda in nujnost by Edvard Kocbek, , Mohorjeva družba edition, in Slovenian Svoboda in nujnost ( edition) | Open LibraryPages:
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Edvard Kocbek, Michael Scammell (Translator), Veno Taufer (Translator), Charles Simic (Foreword) Published by Princeton University Press () ISBN X ISBN Edvard Kocbek was born inthe son of a church organist, in a part of present-day Slovenia that was then in Austria-Hungary.
Following the publication in of his first book of poetry, he published essays that presaged the wartime alliance of this /5(9). Biggins’ Kocbek, on the other hand, feels much slimmer than the Princeton book, in part because of the difference in design, but also because Biggins’ Kocbek offers only English translations, most likely because the book’s primary audience—those living in or visiting Slovenia—have easy access to.
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Born on September in Sveti jurij pri Ščavnici, he died on 3. November in Ljubljana. In his life he wrote poetry, log-narrative prose, philosophical, theological and political studies, discussions, essays and. Edvard Kocbek (Author) Edvard Kocbek was born inthe son of a church organist, in a part of present-day Slovenia that was then in Austria-Hungary.
Following the publication in of his first book of poetry, he published essays that presaged the wartime alliance. Books 1. Nothing is Lost: Selected Poems Edvard Kocbek This is the first comprehensive English-language collection of verse by the most celebrated Slovenian poet of modern times and one of Europe's most notable postwar poets, Edvard Kocbek ().
InPahor and Alojz Rebula published a book in Trieste, entitled Edvard Kocbek: pričevalec našega časa (Edvard Kocbek: Witness to Our Time) and the Zaliv Scandal followed. Pahor, who lived in Italy and was an Italian citizen, was banned from entering Yugoslavia for several mater: University of Padua.
Edvard Kocbek [Austria-Hungary/ Yugoslavia/now Slovenia] Born the son of a church organist inEdvard Kocbek grew up in the section of present-day Slovenia that was then Austria-Hungary. He studied classics and foreign languages in high school, but by the time he had finished his studies Slovenia had lost much of its independence.
Edvard Kocbek is considered to have been the most contemporary of Slovene pre-war poets. His early lyricism was expressionist in style, tinged with elements of symbolism, influenced by European greats such as Paul Claudel, Rainer Maria Rilke and Georg Trakl.
He later explored other avenues of expression, with an increasing affection for modernism. THE LIPPIZANER by Edvard Kocbek.A newspaper reportsthe Lippizaners collaboratedon a historical film.
PageAuthor: Edvard Kocbek. Buy Aschenglut by Kocbek, Edvard (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Edvard Kocbek.Born the son of a church organist inEdvard Kocbek grew up in the section of present-day Slovenia that was then Austria-Hungary.
He studied classics and foreign languages in high school, but by the time he had finished his studies Slovenia had lost much of its independence and had become part of the new country of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes.Edvard Kocbek - Biography - Political Engagement Political Engagement InKocbek wrote an article called "Reflections on Spain" (Premišljevanje o Španiji), in which he attacked the Spanish clergy who supported the pro-Fascist forces of general Francisco Franco in the Spanish civil war.