Page 5 - Vladimir Bartol catalogue, 2019
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5Bartol died on 12 September 1967 in Ljubljana, 64 years old, with most of his work out of print and was at the time virtually unknown among his countrymen.Besides Alamut his major works are Lopez (1932, drama), Al Araf (1934, collection of short stories), Tržaške humoreske (1952), Mladost pri Svetem Ivanu (1955–56, autobiography). Most of his works are currently being rediscovered and republished by Sanje.About the translator of Bartol’s work into English:Michael Biggins has translated works by a number of Slovenia’s leading contemporary writers. He currently curates the library collections for Russian and East European studies and teaches in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, both at the University of Washington in Seattle.“Is it true that Christians and Jews eat littlechildren?”Edition of Alamut Sanje, 2002

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