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Zorko Simičič: El hombre a ambos lados de la pared
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El hombre a ambos lados de la pared

Zorko Simičič


Zorko Simčič’s novel "Človek na obeh straneh stene" (The Man on Both Sides of the Wall) was first published in 1957 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where Simčič lived from 1948–1994. It was not published in Slovenia until 1991 – that is, until after independence and democratization. Today "Človek na obeh straneh stene" is considered a fundamental works of Slovenian modernism, and in his foreword to the novel Matevž Kos writes, “With its fabula Simčič’s novel enhances and radicalizes foreignness. It does so on the basis of a concrete life story, telling a tale of homelessness as the universal fate of modern man. [...]"


Lastnost Vrednost
Založnik Društvo slovenskih pisateljev
Zbirka Litteræ Slovenicæ
Prevod Marjeta Drobnič
Spremna beseda Matevž Kos
Oprema Ulčakar&JK
Leto izdaje 2015
Strani 239
Jezik španski
Tip datoteke epub
ISBN 9789616547888

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Zorko Simčič’s novel Človek na obeh straneh stene (The Man on Both Sides of the Wall) was first published in 1957 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where Simčič lived from 1948–1994. It was not published in Slovenia until 1991 – that is, until after independence and democratization. Today Človek na obeh straneh stene is considered a fundamental works of Slovenian modernism, and in his foreword to the novel Matevž Kos writes, “With its fabula Simčič’s novel enhances and radicalizes foreignness. It does so on the basis of a concrete life story, telling a tale of homelessness as the universal fate of modern man. With that, his being a refugee also a seeking. We could say that this seeking is for a lost geographical and spiritual homeland. The struggle to recognize the homeland is simultaneously a struggle for self-recognition, an attempt to put oneself and one’s world in the proper place, to reconcile oneself with one’s past, to arrange a relationship with the other and the self, and then to live one’s present to the fullest […].”

About the author

The writer, playwright and essayist Zorko Simčič was born in 1921 in Maribor, where he attended teachers’ college. After the occupation in 1941 he successfully completed his studies in Ljubljana. He left Slovenia on 3 May 1945, moving to Austrian Carinthia and then to Italy. In 1948 he emigrated to Argentina, becoming one of the central figures of Slovenian cultural life there. He was a co-founder of a Slovenian cultural campaign and for twelve years was the editor of Meddobje, one of the most important emigrant cultural magazines. He returned to his homeland in 1994, after Slovenia’s independence. Simčič has established himself as one of the most important contemporary Slovenian literary artists; for his life work he received he received, among other prizes, the Prešeren Prize in 2013. He is a full member of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts.


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