Gjorgji Abadžiev

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For the Bulgarian cyclist, see Georgi Abadzhiev (cyclist).

Gjorgji Abadžiev (Dojran, Ottoman Empire, 7 October 1910 - Skopje, SFR Yugoslavia, 2 August 1963) (Bulgarian: Георги Абаджиев; Macedonian: Ѓорѓи Абаџиев; Serbian: Đorđi Abadžiev also spelled Georgi Abadzhiev) was a Macedonian prosaist and publicist.[1] From 1915 to 1948 he lived in Bulgaria. Later he moved to SR Macedonia where he became a historian and writer. Abadžiev died on August 2, 1963 in Skopje. He published his works in Bulgarian, Macedonian and Serbian.

Novel collections[edit]

  • Labour and people (1936)
  • Izgrev (1951)
  • Posledna sredba (1953)
  • Aramijsko gnezdo (1954)
  • Pustina (1961)
  • Balkanske vojne (1972) (in Serbian)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Enciklopedija Jugoslavije (А-Biz) - Jugoslovenski leksikografski zavod, Zagreb 1980.
  • Slovenski veliki leksikon, Mladinska knjiga (2003)

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