Media in category “Alojz Gradnik”. The following 19 files are in this category, out of 19 total. Alojz Gradnik jpg × ; 20 KB. Alojz Gradnik jpg × ; 29 KB. 0 references. sex or gender · male. 2 references. imported from Wikimedia project · Swedish Wikipedia · imported from . Alojz Gradnik (August 3, – July 14, ) was a Slovenian poet and translator.

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Gradnik was born in the village of Medana in the Gorizia Hills region, in what was then the Austro-Hungarian Empire and is today in the Municipality of Brda of Slovenia.

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Lucipeter by Alojz Gradnik Book 5 editions published in in Slovenian and held by 39 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Views View Edit History. This page was last edited on alpjz Decemberat After the Axis invasion of Yugoslavia in Aprilhe was expelled by the new Fascist authorities of the Independent State of Croatia.

Summary [ edit ] Description Alojz Gradnik 6. Nevertheless, many of his poems gained much popularity in his home region and a local school in the Italian commune of San Floriano del Collio was named after him in grqdnik late s. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

People of Slovenia in Description Alojz Gradnik Retrieved from ” https: He did not suffer any persecution, but he was pushed away from public life. Description Alojz Gradnik 6.


He lived in a student home run by the Catholic Church. Permission Reusing this file. Most qlojz held works by Alojz Gradnik. Gradnik, Alojz Overview. Gradnik was rediscovered allojz the late s, when he was elevated to a truly national poet for the first time. After Septemberwhen the Slovenian Littoral was annexed to Yugoslaviahe regularly visited his native village, spending most of the summer season writing poetry. Gradnikk and he served as a member of the “Bank of the Seven” Stol sedmoricethe court of cassation which had jurisdiction on all former Austro-Hungarian parts of Yugoslavia.

Narobe svet in druge pesmi za mladino by Alojz Gradnik Book 2 editions published between and in Slovenian and held by 31 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

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After the establishment of the Communist regime in Yugoslavia afterhis position deteriorated. In the late s, he worked as an expert consultant at the Ministry of Justice in Belgrade.

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Alojz Gradnik People of Slovenia in Among other works, he translated the first two parts of Dante ‘s Divine Comedy into Slovene. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Alojz Gradnik.


Gradnik ggadnik the multilingual State Gymnasium in Gorizia. Licensing for more information. He also wrote patriotic songs, in which he conveyed intimate sentiments of pain, hope aoojz frustration for the tragedies in the qlojz Slovenian history.

He was later appointed allojz of the High Court for the Security of the State, in which political trials were conducted.

Avgust Usage on sv. Gradnik was a polyglot: Between andhe was internated in the Gonars concentration camp by the Italian Fascist occupation authorities. This image is available from the Digital Library of Slovenia under the reference number 2MF8GE74 This tag fradnik not indicate the copyright status of the attached work.

Between andhe published mostly translations and none of his new poetry was published.

The work meets one of the following criteria: In Yugoslavia, no street or institution was named after him until He later moved away from decadentismrediscovering his Roman Catholic faith and turning to more mystical themes, maintaining a simple and plain language. One of the specific traits of Gradnik’s early period was his intense focus on the relationship between Eros and Thanatos: