List of Slovak prose and drama authors

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The following is a list of the most important authors of Slovak prose and drama, for a list of Slovak poets see Slovak poetry:

Baroque (1650–1780)[edit]

Ján Bayer (1630–1674)
Matthias Bel (1684–1749)
Izák Caban (1632–1707)
Sebastián Fabricius (?)
Samuel Hruškovič (Samuelis Hruscowitz) (1694–1748)
Joachim Kalinka (1601–1677)
Adam František Kollár (1718–1783)
Daniel Krman II (1663–1740)
Eliáš Ladiver (1633–1686)
Juraj Láni (1646–1688)
Ján Baltazár Magin (1682–1735)
Tobiáš Masník (1640–1697)
Martin Novák (?)
Štefan Pilárik (1615–1693)
Ján Rezik (died 1711)
Ján Simonides (1648–1708)
Daniel Sinapius-Horčička (1640–1688)
Daniel Speer (1636-?)

Classicism (1780–1840)[edit]

Jozef Ignác Bajza (1755–1836)
Juraj Fándly (1750–1811)
Ján Chalupka (1791–1871)
Ján Kollár (1793–1852)
Pavol Jozef Šafárik (Pavel Josef Šafařík) (1795–1861)

Romantism (1840–1850)[edit]

Pavol Dobšinský (1828–1885)
Ján Francisci-Rimavský (1822–1905)
Michal Miloslav Hodža (1811–1870)
Jozef Miloslav Hurban (1817–1888)
Ján Kalinčiak (1822–1871)
Viliam Pauliny-Tóth (1826–1877)
Ľudovít Štúr (1815–1856)
Samo Tomášik (1813–1887)

Between Romantism and Realism (1850–1875)[edit]

Koloman Banšell (1850–1887)
Jakub Grajchman (1822–1897)
Ľudovít Kubáni (1830–1869)
Ján Palárik (1822–1870)
Jonáš Záborský (1812–1876)
Gustáv Kazimír Zechenter-Laskomerský (1824–1908)

Realism (1875–1905)[edit]

Janko Alexy (1894–1970)
Anton Bielek (1857–1911)
Ján Čajak (1863–1944)
Hana Gregorová (1885–1958)
Pavol Országh Hviezdoslav (1849–1921)
Martin Kukučín (1860–1928)
Ľudmila Podjavorinská (1842–1951)
Kristína Royová (1860–1936)
Elena Maróthy-Šoltésová (1855–1939)
Jozef Gregor-Tajovský (1874–1940)
Timrava (Božena Slančíková) (1867–1951)
Svetozár Hurban-Vajanský (1847–1916)
Terézia Vansová (1857–1942)

Modernism (1905–1918)[edit]

Janko Jesenský (1874–1945)
Ivan Krasko (1876–1958)

Between the World Wars (1918–1948)[edit]

Július Barč-Ivan (1909–1953)
Ján Bodenek (1911–1985)
Ján Čajak ml. (1897–1982)
Vladimír Clementis (1902–1952)
Rudolf Dilong (1905–1986)
Margita Figuli (1909–1995)
Mikuláš Gacek (1895–1971)
Jozef Cíger-Hronský (1896–1960)
Dobroslav Chrobák (1907–1951)
Peter Jilemnický (1901–1949)
Fraňo Kráľ (1903–1955)
Štefan Krčméry (1892–1955)
Ladislav Nádaši-Jégé (1866–1940)
Jožo Nižnánsky (1903–1976)
Laco Novomeský (1904–1976)
Ľudo Ondrejov (1901–1962)
Ján Poničan (1902–1978)
Martin Rázus (1888–1937)
Janko Silan (1914–1984)
Ivan Stodola (1888–1977)
Elo Šándor (1896–1952)
František Švantner (1912–1950)
Milo Urban (1904–1982)
Svetloslav Veigl (born 1915)
Ľudo Zúbek (1908–1969)

Literature after World War II (1948–1964)[edit]

Jozef Dunajovec (1933–2007)
František Hečko (1905–1960)
Andrej Brázda-Jankovský (1915–2008)
Ladislav Mňačko (1919–1994)
Hana Zelinová (1914–2004)
Štefan Žáry (1918–2007)

Contemporary literature (1964-1995)[edit]

Emil Benčík (born 1933)
Ladislav Grosman (1921–1981)
Anton Hykisch (born 1932)
Peter Jaroš (born 1940)
Milan Lasica (born 1940)
Hana Ponická (1922–2007)
Miriam Roth (1910-2005)
Július Satinský (1941–2002)
Dušan Slobodník (1927–2001)
Ladislav Švihran (born 1931)
Vojtech Zamarovský (1919–2006)
Zuzka Zguriška (1900–1984)

Contemporary literature (since 1995)[edit]

Juraj Červenák (born 1974)
Dušan Fabian (born 1975)
Michal Hvorecký (born 1976)
Jozef Karika (born 1978)
Ľuba Lesná (born 1954)
Vladimir Oravsky (born 1947)
Peter Pišťanek (born 1960)
Miroslav Šustek (born 1947)