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The story has been published in several languages in the decades after its nekdopola publication. Inhe returned to Triestewhere he established close contacts with the few Slovene intellectuals who were still working underground in Trieste, including poet Stanko Vuk and some members of the Slovene militant anti-fascist organization TIGR.
This section of a biography of a living person does not include any references or sources. Retrieved from ” https: As ofit has been translated twice to English.
Boris Pahor turns 99
As explained in the documentary [Note 1] and in an interview with Pahor that was published in by Bukla Magazine Italian publishers were not interested in publishing Pahor until French and German translations were published. He further criticised forced assimilation, the oppression of everything that was connected to Slovenia and the Slovenians, the denial of the nekropo,a to use the Slovenian language, and the right to a decent life.
NekropolisCroatian: After a few weeks in the German-occupied city, he decided to join the Slovene Partisans active in the Slovenian Littoral.
He was also awarded the Order of Freedom of the Republic of Slovenia. For too long, it was in someone’s interest to hide that in the “absolutely Italian” city of Trieste there was somebody able to write great things in a language different from Italian.
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Boris Pahor is without doubt a phenomenon of global importance and reputation. The minister wished him the best of health and further creativity as a writer. Europe discovered his enviable literary opus several decades after the first publications of his books. Is it not time that one of our most translated authors receives the Nobel Prize for Literature? I like writing diaries in the way I speak.
Retrieved 18 September Only after France and Germany recognized Pahor, his work begun to be finally published in Italy in He narrates the story of his wife, Rada, in the form of diaries following her death, and in the form of memoirs about her since their bpris meeting, about their falling in love, their marriage, the birth of their two children and their life together until her death.
After the Italian armistice in Septemberhe returned to Trieste, which had already fallen under Nazi occupation.
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InPahor was drafted into the Italian army and sent to fight in Libya. Inhe established contact with the Slovenian personalist poet and thinker Edvard Kocbek.
At the same time, he enrolled at the University of Paduawhere he studied Italian literature. On the special slovenia Pahor was born into a Slovene minority community in Triestethe main port of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the capital of the Austrian Littoral region at the time.
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This enabled Zaliv to become an important platform for democratic discussion, in which many dissidents from Communist Slovenia could publish their opinions. Archived from the original on 2 March In his novel Necropolis he nekroopla visiting the Natzweiler-Struthof camp twenty years after his relocation to Dachau.
On that occasion, Pahor said in his statement to the press that among other things he considers such awards as an opportunity to present enkropola the public his thoughts and positions. Inhe bboris these crucial weeks of his life in the novel Mesto v zalivu The City in the Baya story about a young Slovene intellectual from Trieste, wondering about what action to take confronted with the highly complex personal and political context of World War II on the border between Italy and Slovenia.