Jože Pahor

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Jože Pahor
Jože Pahor 1920s.jpg
Born (1888-02-20)20 February 1888
Sežana, Austria-Hungary (now Slovenia)
Died 1 September 1964(1964-09-01)
Ljubljana, Slovenia
Occupation writer, playwright, editor and journalist
Notable awards Levstik Award
1951 for Hodil po zemlji sem naši

Jože Pahor (20 February 1888 – 1 September 1964) was a Slovene writer, playwright, editor and journalist.[1]

In 1951 he won the Levstik Award for his travel journal around Yugoslavia entitled Hodil po zemlji sem naši (I Walked Our Land).[2]

Bibliography[edit]

Novels
  • Medvladje (Interrimship), 1923
  • Serenissima (Serenissima), in the journal Ljubljanski zvon 1928 -1929, as a book in 1945
  • Matija Gorjan (Matija Gorjan), 1940
  • Pot desetega brata (The Path of the Tenth Brother), 1951
Plays
  • Viničarji (Vineyard Dwellers), 1937, as a book 1951
  • Čas je dozorel (The Time Has Come), 1953
  • Semena v kamenju (Seeds in Stone), 1954
Youth literature
  • Otrok črnega rodu (A Child of Dark Race), 1937
  • Tako je bilo trpljenje (That's What the Suffering Was Like), 1946
  • Hodil po zemlji sem naši (I Walked Our Land), 1951
  • Mladost na Krasu (Youth on Carst), 1959

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