Ivan Cankar

Slovene writer, playwright, essayist, poet and political activist

1876   -   1918

genre: poetry
country of citizenship: Austria-Hungary
occupation: poet, writer, novelist, politician, essayist, playwright
influenced by: Ralph Waldo Emerson

Ivan Cankar (pronounced [ˈtsaːŋkaɾ], pronunciation ) (10 May 1876 – 11 December 1918) was a Slovene writer, playwright, essayist, poet and political activist. Together with Oton Župančič, Dragotin Kette, and Josip Murn, he is considered as the beginner of modernism in Slovene literature. He is regarded as the greatest writer in the Slovene language, and has sometimes been compared to Franz Kafka and James Joyce.
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works

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Moje življenje

short story by Ivan Cankar

author: Ivan Cankar

Martin Kačur

literair werk

author: Ivan Cankar

Hiša Marije Pomočnice

book by Ivan Cankar

author: Ivan Cankar

Serfs

novel by Ivan Cankar

author: Ivan Cankar

1910

Hlapec Jernej in njegova pravica

boek van Ivan Cankar

author: Ivan Cankar

Kralj na Betajnovi

boek van Ivan Cankar

author: Ivan Cankar

Križ na gori

boek van Ivan Cankar

author: Ivan Cankar

Lepa Vida (Cankar)

boek van Ivan Cankar

author: Ivan Cankar

Na klancu

book by Ivan Cankar

author: Ivan Cankar

1902

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