Croatian Publishing and Bibliographic Institute

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The Croatian Publishing and Bibliographic Institute (Croatian: Hrvatski izdavalački bibliografski zavod, HIBZ) was a lexicographic institute in the Independent State of Croatia founded on August 9, 1941. Mate Ujević was its director.[1] In 1944, Dragutin Tadijanović became the literary secretary of the institute.[2] With the creation of communist Yugoslavia in 1945, the Institute's work was stopped.

People associated with the Institute include Ivan Goran Kovačić.[3]

The Institute published the Dictionary of Croatian Literary Language, as well as taking over the publishing of the Croatian Encyclopedia.[4] In 1942, the institute published seven of Vladimir Nazor's works: Putopisi, Zagrebačke novele, Posljednja Trijada, Na vrh jezika i pera, Arhanđeli, Knjiga pjesama and Eseji i članci.[5]

Published Works[edit]

Contemporary Croatian Writers series[edit]

The HIBZ published a series of anthologies titled Contemporary Croatian Writers (Suvremeni hrvatski pisci).

Fran Galović[edit]

  • Drame 1 (1903–1906), Fran Galović. Zagreb, 1942.[6]
  • Drame 2 (1907), Fran Galović. Zagreb, 1942.
  • Drame 3 (1908), Fran Galović. Zagreb, 1942.
  • Drame 4 (1908–1911), Fran Galović. Zagreb, 1942.
  • Drame 5 (1912–1913), Fran Galović. Zagreb, 1942.
  • Pjesme 2, Fran Galović. Zagreb, 1942.
  • Pripovijesti 1 (1903–1912), Fran Galović. Zagreb, 1942.
  • Pripovijesti 2 (1912–1914), Fran Galović. Zagreb, 1942.
  • Članci i kritike (1902–1914), Fran Galović. Zagreb, 1942.

Others[edit]

Publications[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Imotski u tisku
  2. ^ Umro je Dragutin Tadijanović
  3. ^ The Ivan Goran Kovačić Memorial Museum in Lukovdol
  4. ^ Matica hrvatska
  5. ^ Matičević, Ivica. Prostor slobode - književna kritika u zagrebačkoj periodici od 1941. do 1945. Matica hrvatska. Zagreb, 2007. (pg. 118)
  6. ^ Fran Galović Online
  7. ^ Uvod u javno pravo
  8. ^ Tajanstvena prela
  9. ^ Kronologija Života Gustava Krkleca