Author

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Jaan Kross

Estonian writer

1920   -   2007

country of citizenship: Estonia, Soviet Union
language of expression: Estonian
educated at: University of Tartu
occupation: writer, screenwriter, translator, pedagogue, professor, poet lawyer, novelist, poet, politician
award received: Herder Prize, Recipient of the Order of the National Coat of Arms, 1st Class, Commander's Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany, European of the year, Friedebert Tuglas short story award, Tartu Medal, International Nonino Prize, Tallin Medal, Order of the Badge of Honour
position held: member of the Estonian Riigikogu

Jaan Kross (19 February 1920 – 27 December 2007) was an Estonian writer. He was nominated several times for the Nobel Prize in Literature during the early 1990s.
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works

15

Tabamatus

novel by Jaan Kross

author: Jaan Kross

1993

Mesmeri ring

novel by Jaan Kross

author: Jaan Kross

1995

Treading Air

book by Jaan Kross

author: Jaan Kross

1998

Tahtamaa

novel by Estonian writer Jaan Kross

author: Jaan Kross

2001

Between Three Plagues

book by Jaan Kross

author: Jaan Kross

1970

Professor Martens' Departure

book by Jaan Kross

author: Jaan Kross

1984

The Czar's Madman

book by Jaan Kross

author: Jaan Kross

1978

Rakvere romaan

book by Jaan Kross

author: Jaan Kross

1982

Wikmani poisid

book by Jaan Kross

author: Jaan Kross

1988

Four Monologues Concerning St. George

short story by Jaan Kross

author: Jaan Kross

1970

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