Kajetan Kovič facts for kids
21 October 1931|
Maribor, Kingdom of Yugoslavia (now in Slovenia)
|Died||7 November 2014
|Occupation||poet, writer, journalist|
|Notable works||Pesmi štirih, Ogenjvoda, Labrador, Ne bog ne žival, Moj prijatelj Piki Jakob, Maček Muri|
|Notable awards||Prešeren Award
1978 for his poetry collection Labrador
1993 for his poetry collection Sibirski cirkus
Kajetan Kovič (21 October 1931 – 7 November 2014) was a Slovene poet, writer, translator, and journalist. Kovič was born in Maribor, Yugoslavia. Kovič started writing poetry in high school, and he published his first poetry in 1948.
Kovič also wrote political poetry, such as a poem in honor of Josip Broz Tito. He established himself as a translator of German, French, Czech, Hungarian, Croatian, Serbian, and Russian poetry into Slovene. He also translated the poems that France Prešeren wrote in German into Slovene.
Kovič died on 7 November 2014 in Ljubljana, Slovenia, aged 83.
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