Anton Strashimirov

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Anton Strashimirov
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Native name Антон Страшимиров
Born (1872-06-15)June 15, 1872
Varna, Ottoman Empire
Died December 7, 1937(1937-12-07) (aged 65)
Vienna, Austria
Pen name N. Bistrenov, Bosilko, A. Budnev, Danila, V. Danilov, Doyrian, G. Zhivkov, Zemen, Istrov, Cinemas, K. Kanchev, Mirjo, Observer, Postov
Occupation Writer, playwright, publicist, politician
Language Bulgarian
Nationality Bulgarian
Genre Short story, novel, play
Literary movement Modernism
Notable works "Mother of God" (1906)
"Horo" (1926)
Notable awards Academy Award for the novel "Autumn Days" (1901)
Spouse Stefka Simova

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Anton Strashimirov (Bulgarian: Антон Страшимиров) (Varna, 15 June 1872 – Vienna, 7 December 1937) was a Bulgarian author.

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