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Juš Kozak


Juš Kozak 26 June 1892 – 29 August 1964, also known under the pseudonym Jalanov, was a Slovenian writer, playwright, and editor He is best known for his autobiographic novels, such as Celica The Cell on his experience as a political prisoner, and Lesena žlica The Wooden Spoon on life during World War II

He was born in a wealthy middle-class family in Ljubljana, Slovenia, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire His younger brothers Ferdo and Vlado Kozak became political activists He studied history and geography at the University of Vienna, but finished his studies only in 1921 at the University of Ljubljana In 1914, Kozak was arrested by the Austrian police because of alleged collaboration with the radical pro-Yugoslav nationalist youth organization Preporod, which had ties with the militant Bosnian organization Young Bosnia, often considered to be terrorist Immediately after release from prison, he was drafted into the Austro-Hungarian Army and fought first on the Eastern Front and then in the Italian Front

After the war, he settled in Ljubljana, where he worked as a high school teacher In 1935, he became the chief editor of the literary journal Ljubljanski zvon As editor, he opened the journal to Marxist and Communist authors, who published their articles under pseudonyms

During World War II, he collaborated with the Liberation Front of the Slovenian People In 1942, he was arrested by the Fascist authorities of the Italian-occupied Province of Ljubljana After the Italian armistice, he joined the Partisan resistance After the war, he dedicated himself to writing Between 1946 and 1947, he was the chief editor of the literary journal Novi svet New World Between 1948 and 1955, he worked as the stage director of the Drama Theatre in Ljubljana In 1961, he became a member of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, and in 1963 he received the Prešeren Award He died in Ljubljana

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