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Famous Croat Poets - Famous Poets from Croatia Republic

This famous Croat poets section is an educational source of information and inspiration featuring reknown Croat poets. Here you will find famous poets of our time and times past from Croatia Republic.

 
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Arapovic, Borislav

Borislav Arapovic (born Bišina Nevesinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 11 April 1935) is a Bosnian - Croatian born poet, linguist, literary scholar and Bible translator. He adopted Swedish nationality and writes in Swedish and Croatian. In 1999 he was elected a foreign member of the Russian Academy of Sciences primarily for his services to minority languages.
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Bajuk, Lidija

Lidija Bajuk (born November 23, 1965 in Cakovec, SR Croatia, Yugoslavia ) is a Croatian singer-songwriter and poet. She performs traditional Croatian folk songs, mostly from her native region of Medimurje, and writes songs inspired by traditional folk music. She has also published several collections of poetry and fairy tales based on Croatian folklore and Slavic mythology .
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Barakovic, Juraj

Juraj Barakovic (1548 – August 1, 1628) was a Croatian Renaissance poet from Zadar .
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Bogovic, Mirko

Mirko Bogovic (Varaždin, 1816 - Zagreb, 1893) was a Croatian poet and politician.
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Cesaric, Dobriša

Dobriša Cesaric (10 January 1902 – 18 December 1980) was a Croatian poet and translator born in Požega .
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Crijevic, Ilija

Ilija Crijevic (Latin : Aelius Lampridius Cervinus ), also known in Italian as Elio Lampridio Cerva, was a poet born in the city of Dubrovnik in the homonymous Republic c. 1460 (or 1434 as indicated by some sources ), and belonged to one of the most important local noble families, the House of Cerva.
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Dedic, Arsen

Arsen Dedic (pronounced  [arsen dedit] ) is a Croatian singer-songwriter who has been prominent in the Croatian as well as former Yugoslav music scene. Dedic writes and performs chansons as well as film music. He is also an award-winning poet, and has been one of the best-selling poets of former Yugoslavia.
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Dizdar, Mak

Mehmedalija "Mak" Dizdar (17 October 1917 - 14 July 1971) was a Bosnian and Yugoslav poet. His portrait is shown on a Bosnian Bank note of 10 KM.
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Domjanic, Dragutin

Dragutin Domjanic (September 12, 1875 – June 7, 1933) was a Croatian poet.
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Držic, Džore

Džore Držic (pronounced  [dore drit] ; Italian : Giorgio Darsa ) (February 6, 1461 – September 26, 1501) was a Croatian poet and playwright, one of the fathers of Croatian literature .
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Gervais, Drago

Drago Gervais (April 18, 1904, Opatija – July 3, 1957, Sežana ) was a Croatian Istrian poet and playwright, and one of the most prominent poets writing in the Chakavian dialect of the Croatian language .
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Gotovac, Vladimir

Vladimir "Vlado" Gotovac (18 September 1930 – 7 December 2000) was a Croatian poet and liberal politician.
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Gundulic, Ivan

Ivan Gundulic (Gianfrancesco Gondola) (1589–1638), Croatian Baroque poet
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Harambašic, August

August Harambašic (July 14, 1861 - July 16, 1911) was a Croatian writer, poet, publisher, politician and translator from the 19th century.
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Jarnevic, Dragojla

Dragojla Jarnevic (also spelled Jarnjevic ), (1813 in Karlovac – 1875 in Karlovac) was a Croatian poet and teacher. She became a member of the Illyrian movement, being most famous for writing of women's rights issues. She is also known for being an early mountaineer and rock-climber, famous for scaling the rock of Okic (stijena Okica).
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Kaštelan, Jure

Jure Kaštelan (18 December 1919 - February 24, 1990) was a Croatian poet and writer.
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Karnarutic, Brne

Brne Karnarutic (Zadar, 1515 - Zadar, 1573) was a Croatian Renaissance poet and writer.
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Kavanjin, Jerolim

Jerolim Kavanjin (February 4, 1641 – November 29, 1714), was a Croatian poet from Dalmatia .
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Kovacic, Ivan Goran

Ivan Goran Kovacic (pronounced  [ian goran koatit] ; 21 March 1913 – 13 July 1943) was a prominent Croatian poet and writer of the 20th century.
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Kozarcanin, Ivo

Ivo Kozarcanin (Hrvatska Dubica, October 14, 1911 - Zagreb February 4, 1941) was a Croatian writer, poet and literary critic.
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Krleža, Miroslav

Miroslav Krleža (Croatian pronunciation) (July 7, 1893 - December 29, 1981) was a leading Croatian and Yugoslav writer and the dominant figure in cultural life of both Yugoslav states, the Kingdom (1918–1941) and the Republic (1945 until his death in 1981). He has often been proclaimed the greatest Croatian writer of the 20th century.. Croatian and Yugoslav poet novelist
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Marulic, Marko

Marko Marulic (Croatian pronunciation:  [mârk marulit] ; 18 August 1450 – 5 January 1524) was a Croatian national poet and Christian humanist, known as the Crown of the Croatian Medieval Age and the father of the Croatian Renaissance. He signed his works as Marko Marulic Splicanin ("Marko Marulic of Split"), Marko Pecenic, Marcus Marulus (or de Marulis ) Spalatensis, or Dalmata. He was also the first who defined and used the notion of psychology, which is today in current use.
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Matoš, Antun Gustav

Antun Gustav Matoš (Croatian pronunciation:  [antun gûsta mâto] ; June 13, 1873 - March 17, 1914) was a Croatian poet, short story writer, journalist, essayist and travelogue writer. He is considered the champion of Croatian modernist literature, opening Croatia to the currents of European modernism, and one of the greatest Croatian poets of all time.
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Mencetic, Šiško

Šišmundo Mencetic Vlahovic, known simply as Šiško Mencetic (pronounced  [îk m^nttit] ; Italian : Sigismondo Menze ; 1457–1527) was a Ragusan poet, chiefly creating his opus in the 15th century.
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Miošic, Andrija Kacic

Andrija Kacic Miošic (pronounced  [andrija kâtit mîit] ; April 17, 1704 – December 14, 1760) was a Croatian poet and Franciscan monk.
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Nazor, Vladimir

Vladimir Nazor (May 30, 1876, Postira, Brac – June 19, 1949, Zagreb ) was Croatian poet and politician. He was the first Speaker of the Croatian Parliament. He began his political career as the head of the State Anti-fascist Council for the National Liberation of Croatia (ZAVNOH), the provisional Croatian World War II deliberative assembly, moving on to head the first post-war Croatian National Parliament (Narodni Sabor ). In that post, he was by law concurrently the first (non-monarchical) head of state of Croatia in general, and the first head of state of the current Croatian republic. His position carried little real political power, however, which was instead invested in the office of the Prime Minister of Croatia and (informally) with the Secretary of the Communist Party of Croatia. Today he is most remembered, however, as a well-known poet, writer, translator, and humanist. Although he was not an active politician until 1941, he had a significant political influence through ethical aspects of his work during prewar Kingdom of Yugoslavia .
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Okrugic, Ilija

Ilija Okrugic-Srijemac (May 12, 1827, Sremski Karlovci - May 30, 1897, Petrovaradin ) was a Croatian poet and play wright from Syrmia, one of members of Croatian national renaissance and a Catholic priest .
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Parun, Vesna

Vesna Parun (pronounced  [vêsna pârun] ; 10 April 1922 – 25 October 2010) was a Croatian poet .
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Simic, Antun Branko

Antun Branko Šimic (18 November 1898 – 2 May 1925) was a Herzegovinian Croat expressionist poet .
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Smolec, Sonja

Sonja Smolec (born 1953) is a Croatian artist, writer, and poet.
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Tadijanovic, Dragutin

Dragutin Tadijanovic (November 4, 1905 – June 27, 2007) was a renowned Croatian poet, and in his native Croatia he is referred to as a " Bard ."
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Vidric, Vladimir

Vladimir Vidric (April 20, 1875 – September 29, 1909) was a Croatian poet. He is considered one of the major figures of the Croatian secessionist poetry.
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Vucic, Ivan Bunic

Ðivo Sarov Bunic (Italian : Giovanni Serafino Bona ; early 1591 or 1592 – 6 March 1658), now known predominantly as Ivan Bunic Vucic, was a Croatian politician and poet from the Republic of Ragusa (Dubrovnik ).
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Wiesner, Ljubo

Ljubo Wiesner (February 2, 1885 in Zagreb – July 3, 1951) was a Croatian poet. He was a follower of Antun Gustav Matoš 's work.

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