Jakob Alešovec

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Jakob Alešovec

Jakob Alešovec (pronounced [ˈjaːkɔp aˈleːʃɔvəts]) (Skaručna, 24 July 1842 – 17 October 1901, Ljubljana) was an ethnic-Slovene Austrian writer and dramatist.

Until 1866 he wrote in German, later in Slovenian. He wrote travelogues, tales, folk plays, and satires. He wrote the first Slovenian detective story.

Works[edit]

  • Iz sodnijskega življenja (1875) - From the judges life
  • Kako sem se jaz likal (1884) - How I was ironing myself

References[edit]

  • Veliki slovenski leksikon, Mladinska knjiga (2003)

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