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Urošević, Vlada

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Vlada Urošević, born in 1934 in Skopje, is one of Macedonia's best-known authors and lyricists. He studied literature at Skopje University, where he received his doctorate in 1987. In 1982, he became a professor at the Institute for General and Comparative Literature. Vlada Urošević was the editor of the literary journal Razgledi and is a member of Académie Mallarmé in Paris, the European Academy of Poetry in Luxembourg and the Macedonian Academy of Science and Arts. An anthology of his works appeared in 2004. Vlada Urošević has been translated into Bulgarian, Serbian, Slovenian, Polish, French and Spanish. He has received numerous awards, including the Braća Miladinov Award (1967, 1973 and 1986) and the Grigor Prličev Award (1974 and 1989).

Beginning of the lyric series tradukita poezio

28_tradukitaIn 2010, in cooperation with the publishing house Edition Korrespondenzen, TRADUKI initiated the poetry series tradukita poezio in order to present distinguished poets from Southeast Europe in their first translations to German. All books in the series are superbly translated and carefully edited bilingual editions.

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