10 January 1902|
Požega, Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia, Austria-Hungary (now Croatia)
|Died||18 December 1980
Zagreb, Yugoslavia (now Croatia)
Dobriša Cesarić[pronunciation?] (10 January 1902 – 18 December 1980) was a Croatian poet and translator born in Požega. Despite his limited output, Cesarić is considered as one of the greatest Croatian poets of the 20th century.
His first appearance on the literary scene was when he was 14 years old, with a poem "I ja ljubim" (eng. "I too love") which was published in a magazine for the youth called "Pobratim" (eng. "Stepbrother"). His work as a poet consists of ten poem books and a few translations.
Work as a translator
- Lirika, Zagreb, 1931.
- Spasena svjetla, Zagreb, 1938.
- Izabrani stihovi, Zagreb, 1942.
- Pjesme(Voćka poslije kiše), Zagreb, 1951.
- Knjiga prepjeva, Zagreb 1951.
- Osvijetljeni put, Zagreb, 1953.
- Tri pjesme, Zagreb, 1955.
- Goli časovi, Novi Sad, 1956.
- Proljeće koje nije moje, Zagreb, 1957.
- Izabrane pjesme, Zagreb, 1960.
- Poezija, Skoplje, 1965.
- Moj prijatelju, Zagreb, 1966.
- Slap, izabrane pjesme, Zagreb, 1970.
- Svjetla za daljine, Beograd, 1975.
- Izabrana lirika, Beograd, 1975.
- Izabrane pjesme i prepjevi, Sarajevo, 1975.
- Pjesme. Memoarska proza, Zagreb, 1976 (Pet stoljeća hrvatske književnosti, book 113).
- Voćka poslije kiše, Zagreb, 1978.
- Published posthumously
- Spasena svjetla, Zagreb, 1985.
- Srebrna zrnca u pjesniku, Zagreb, 1985.
- Balada iz predgrađa, Zagreb, 1992.
- Povratak, Zagreb, 1995.
- Kadikad, Zagreb, 1997.
- Dobriša Cesarić. Pjesme., ABC naklada, Zagreb, 2007.
- Izabrana djela, Matica hrvatska, Zagreb, 2008.
- "article title". Vjesnik (in Croatian). 2002-01-11. p. 13.
- http://www.pozegaonline.com/i_vijest.php?v=1004&ref=kat&catid=6[permanent dead link] (Croatian)
- Umro Dobriša Cesarić (Croatian)
- Jozo Puljizević (Summer 2002). "Zbunjeno srce". Kolo (in Croatian) (2).
- Dobriša Cesarić lyrics (Croatian)
- Translated works by Dobriša Cesarić (English)
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