FAMOUS CROATS - 10th death anniversary of Antun Šoljan
ANTUN ŠOLJAN (1932-1993), Croatian poet, novelist, short story writer, essayist and feuilletonist, literary critic and translator, was one of the most representative and complete Croatian writers from the second half of the 20th century.
He was active in the bodies of the city and local authorities as judge, lawyer and defender of the community. He was in constant written contacts with intellectuals and writers in Split and Trogir, writing epistles in verse and prose, primarily in the Croatian language.
Benković is one in the line of great Slav people, referred to as Schiavone in Italy, like Čulinović, the brothers Francesco and Lorenzo Laurana-Vranjanin, Julije Klović, all of them artists of Croatian origin who have woven their creative genius both into the Croatian and Italian cultural heritage, which also means the world cultural heritage.
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