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Alojz Rebula in 2007
June 21, 1924|
San Pelagio, Italy
|Died||October 23, 2018
|Occupation||Writer, Playwright, Essayist|
|Notable works||The Roman Empress' Vineyard,
Nocturne for Primorska,
Matins for Slovenia,
Maranathà or the Year 999,
The Snake Flower,
Tomorrow across the Jordan,
In the Wind of Sybil
The Shadow Dance
Jacques Maritain: The Bearer of Sense
|Notable awards||Prešeren Award
1995 for his literary work
1997 Nel vento della Sibilla
2005 A Nocturne for Primorska
|Spouse||Zora Tavčar (writer)|
|Children||Alenka Rebula Tuta (poet)|
Alojz Rebula (June 21, 1924 – October 23, 2018) was a Slovene writer, playwright, essayist, and translator. He lived and worked in Villa Opicina in the Province of Trieste, Italy. He was a member of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
In 1975, Pahor and Rebula published a book interview entitled Edvard Kocbek: Pričevalec našega časa (Edvard Kocbek: Witness of Our Time), in which Rebula condemned the summary killings of 12,000 members of Slovene anti-communist militia in May and June 1945.
Rebula died on October 23, 2018 from a heart attack at the age of 94.
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