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Edvard Kocbek was born in 1904 in what was then Austria–Hungary. Kocbek, who began to study for the priesthood, became a student of romance languages in Berlin, Lyon, and Paris and was then a professor of French. In 1941, Kocbek, a Christian Socialist, joined the Liberation Front. After the war, he held high–ranking posts in Slovenia and Yugoslavia but fell out of favour. Before his death, he was becoming an ever more bothersome dissident. Among his prose–works are the war–time memoirs Document (1967) and Camaraderie (1972), the record of an amateur among the pros. The Collected Poems (1977) brings together work from 1934 to 1977. Tom Lozar received a PhD in American Literature from the University of Toronto. He has contributed to Canadian and Slovenian publications and taught, occasionally, at the University of Ljubljana and the University of Toronto.



Tom Lozar received a Ph.D. in American Literature from the University of Toronto. He has contributed to Canadian and Slovenian publications and taught, occassionally, at the Universtiy of Ljubljana and the University of Toronto.

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