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== Biography ==
 
== Biography ==
Kraljević was born in [[Lavadra (town)|Lavadra]] in 1868, belonging to one of the most important noble families of Lavadra and [[Mallyore]]. He was educated in Lavadra where he spent most of his childhood. His family was supporting royal Marković dynasty which was dethrowned in 1879 and they last all their privileges. After the war, Ivan studied in [[Marian]] and [[Nikkeltown]]. in 1886 he wrote ''Gorka sudba (Bitter destiny)'', his most famous novel. During his lifetime, he wrote 35 poems and 9 novels.
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Kraljević was born in [[Lavadra (town)|Lavadra]] in 1868, belonging to one of the most important noble families of Lavadra and [[Mallyore]]. He was educated in Lavadra where he spent most of his childhood. His family was supporting royal Marković dynasty which was dethrowned in 1879 and they lost all their privileges. After the war, Ivan studied in [[Marian]] and [[Nikkeltown]]. in 1886 he wrote ''Gorka sudba (Bitter Destiny)'', his most famous novel. During his lifetime, he wrote 35 poems and 9 novels.
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== Works ==
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=== Novels ===
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*Bijeg nigdje (Escaping Nowhere), 1883
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*Konj u žitu (The Horse in the Rye), 1885
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*Gorka sudba (Bitter Destiny), 1886
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*Majke i djeca (Mothers and Children), 1890
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*Zrelost (Maturity), 1909
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*Novo doba spodoba (The New Age of Creatures), 1911
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*Hod unatrag (A Walk Backwards), 1914
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*Melisina srdžba (Melisa's Wrath), 1915
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*Sažetak nesažmivog (The Core of Everything), 1922
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=== Poems ===
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Kraljević published his poems in 3 books, Bodul (1884), Njoj (1899) and Život i djelo (1922).
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*Sjeta lavande (Melancholy of Lavander), 1880
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*Bodul (Islander), 1881
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*Mirisi i okusi (Smells and Tastes), 1881
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*U luci (In the Port), 1881
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*Čežnja (The Longing), 1882
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*Djevojka s mog otoka (The Girl from My Island), 1882
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*Kao da sve znam (Like I Know Everything), 1883
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*Povratak razočarenju (Back to the Disappointment), 1884
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*Odmor (The Relaxation), 1884
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*Njoj (To Her), 1886
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*Bol je neizbježna (Pain is Inevitable), 1886
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*Pronađoh nju i ona mene (I Found Her and She Found Me), 1887
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*Dušmani (The Enemies), 1889
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*Srećo, nesrećo (Happiness, Unhappiness), 1889
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*Pismo sretniku (A Letter to a Happy Man), 1900
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*Na pragu (On the Doorstep), 1900
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*Bojim se misli (I'm Afraid of Thoughts), 1901
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*Lav Lavadre (The Lion of Lavadra), 1902
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*Polja tišine (The Fields of Silence), 1902
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*Marijana iz Marijana (Marijana from Marian), 1903
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*Ako se sretnemo (If We Meet Each Other), 1905
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*Potraži me (Find me), 1905
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*Domu i domovini (To Home and Homeland), 1906
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*Svi moji porazi (All My Defeats), 1908
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*Pitao sam se (I Asked Myself), 1908
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*Duboka voda (The Deep Water), 1909
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*Ima nade (There Is Hope), 1912
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*Ima svjetla (There Is Light), 1912
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*Ima Boga (There is God), 1912
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*Bitka sa samim sobom (The Battle with Myself), 1916
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*Godine (Years), 1917
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*Pravo na odustanak (A Right to Quit), 1920
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*Ćutim kraj (I Feel the End), 1922
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*Prozori (Windows), 1923
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*Svjetlo (The Light), 1923
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[[Category:Mallyore]]

Latest revision as of 02:52, 31 January 2019

Ivan Kraljević Sacinski (April 12, 1862 - November 11, 1924) was a Mallyorian writer, novelist and poet considered to be one of the greatest Mallyorian authors ever.

Biography

Kraljević was born in Lavadra in 1868, belonging to one of the most important noble families of Lavadra and Mallyore. He was educated in Lavadra where he spent most of his childhood. His family was supporting royal Marković dynasty which was dethrowned in 1879 and they lost all their privileges. After the war, Ivan studied in Marian and Nikkeltown. in 1886 he wrote Gorka sudba (Bitter Destiny), his most famous novel. During his lifetime, he wrote 35 poems and 9 novels.

Works

Novels

  • Bijeg nigdje (Escaping Nowhere), 1883
  • Konj u žitu (The Horse in the Rye), 1885
  • Gorka sudba (Bitter Destiny), 1886
  • Majke i djeca (Mothers and Children), 1890
  • Zrelost (Maturity), 1909
  • Novo doba spodoba (The New Age of Creatures), 1911
  • Hod unatrag (A Walk Backwards), 1914
  • Melisina srdžba (Melisa's Wrath), 1915
  • Sažetak nesažmivog (The Core of Everything), 1922

Poems

Kraljević published his poems in 3 books, Bodul (1884), Njoj (1899) and Život i djelo (1922).

  • Sjeta lavande (Melancholy of Lavander), 1880
  • Bodul (Islander), 1881
  • Mirisi i okusi (Smells and Tastes), 1881
  • U luci (In the Port), 1881
  • Čežnja (The Longing), 1882
  • Djevojka s mog otoka (The Girl from My Island), 1882
  • Kao da sve znam (Like I Know Everything), 1883
  • Povratak razočarenju (Back to the Disappointment), 1884
  • Odmor (The Relaxation), 1884
  • Njoj (To Her), 1886
  • Bol je neizbježna (Pain is Inevitable), 1886
  • Pronađoh nju i ona mene (I Found Her and She Found Me), 1887
  • Dušmani (The Enemies), 1889
  • Srećo, nesrećo (Happiness, Unhappiness), 1889
  • Pismo sretniku (A Letter to a Happy Man), 1900
  • Na pragu (On the Doorstep), 1900
  • Bojim se misli (I'm Afraid of Thoughts), 1901
  • Lav Lavadre (The Lion of Lavadra), 1902
  • Polja tišine (The Fields of Silence), 1902
  • Marijana iz Marijana (Marijana from Marian), 1903
  • Ako se sretnemo (If We Meet Each Other), 1905
  • Potraži me (Find me), 1905
  • Domu i domovini (To Home and Homeland), 1906
  • Svi moji porazi (All My Defeats), 1908
  • Pitao sam se (I Asked Myself), 1908
  • Duboka voda (The Deep Water), 1909
  • Ima nade (There Is Hope), 1912
  • Ima svjetla (There Is Light), 1912
  • Ima Boga (There is God), 1912
  • Bitka sa samim sobom (The Battle with Myself), 1916
  • Godine (Years), 1917
  • Pravo na odustanak (A Right to Quit), 1920
  • Ćutim kraj (I Feel the End), 1922
  • Prozori (Windows), 1923
  • Svjetlo (The Light), 1923