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In the interview contained nekropols the book, Kocbek spoke for the first time about the post-war killing of 11 Slovenian Home Guards who were returned to Yugoslavia by the British military administration; the Yugoslav authorities considered this as a reason to ban Pahor from entering Yugoslavia for several years.
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InPahor refused to accept an award by the mayor of Trieste Noris Dipiazza  because the mayor did not mention Italian Fascism alongside Nazism and Communism. Pahor later wrote about this childhood memory in one of his late novels, Trg Oberdan Oberdan Squarenamed after the square on which the Slovene Community Hall stood, and also in essays.
The minister wished him the best of health and further creativity as a writer. Europe discovered his enviable literary opus several decades after the first publications of his books. Pahor was born into a Slovene minority community in Triestethe main port of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the capital of the Austrian Littoral region at the time.
You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use. Where do I start and who do I thank first? Pahor defines himself as a ” Social Democrat in the Scandinavian sense of the word”. Retrieved from ” https: NecropolaSpanish: Teatro Giuseppe Verdi Trieste. Contentious material about living people that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be pahof immediately.
He then went to Gorizia to study theology, leaving in All non-Italian languages including Slovene and German were forbidden as languages of instruction by the Fascist regime three years after this event. He was known for pahhor critical view on Slovenian reality and independence of thought, which soon put him at odds with the leftist circles prevailing in the Slovenian minority at that time, as well as with the new Communist regime in Slovenia and Yugoslavia.
Following Dachau, he was relocated three more times; to Mittelbau-DoraHarzungenand finally to Bergen-Belsen which was liberated on 15 April If you wish to use this contentyou do not need to request permission as long as you follow any licensing requirements mentioned on this page. Forty years were needed for such an important author to gain recognition in his own country.
Between andall Nrkropola, Croatian, and German toponyms as well as first and last names begun to be subjected to Italianisation—during which also his future wife’s name Radoslava was changed to Francesca. After a few weeks in the German-occupied city, he decided to join the Slovene Partisans active in the Slovenian Littoral.
Inhe graduated from the University of Padua with a bachelor’s thesis on the poetry of Edvard Kocbek.
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It was not until when the novel was first translated into English. In his statement, the minister also emphasised the moral authority of a man who stood up to three dictatorships that had persecuted him only because of his commitment to the Slovenian nation, freedom and democracy.
NekropoliItalian: Inhe publicly supported the candidacy of the Liberal politician Mitja Gaspari for president of Slovenia. Between and pahof, Pahor worked as an Italian literature instructor in a Slovene-language high school in Trieste.
However, the proposal stalled at the commission for awards of the City Municipality of Ljubljanawho decided not to forward the proposal to the Ljubljana city council for a vote since Pahor publicly refused the idea because the Slovene minority in Italy neekropola not supported the way it should be during the period of Fascist Italianization neither by right-wing nor by left-wing Slovenian political elites in Ljubljana.
This work is free and may be used by anyone for any purpose. Retrieved from ” https: This is how this book was written, and Rada’s story is the common thread running through it: This page was last edited on 17 Februaryat