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KOCO RACIN - Кочо Солев Рацин

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Uploaded on Feb 4, 2010

Kočo Racin - Кочо Солев Рацин

(b.Veles, 1908, d. Lopušnik, 1943) was a highly distinguished poet, prose writer, critic, historical thinker, active national figure and the most eminent Macedonian intellectual of the period between the two World Wars. His collection of poems Beli mugri (White Dawns) published in Samobor in 1939 is one of the pivotal poetic works in modern Macedonian literature. UNESCO paid tribute to Racin with a volume on his work as part of the Éminentes personalités de la culture slave series(UNESCO,Paris, 1986).

In the period between the two World Wars the poetic works of Kočo Racin, Venko Markovski, Kole Nedelkovski and Volce Naumceski and the plays of Vojdan Černodrinski, Nikola KirovMajski, Vasil Iljoski, Risto Krle and Anton Panov laid the foundations of the new Macedonian literature. At the same time Nikola Martinoski, Lazar Ličenoski, Dimitar AvramovskiPandilov, Vangel Kod`oman, Tomo Vladimirski and Dimo Todorovski became pioneers of the contemporary visual arts in Macedonia whilst the composers Zivko Firfov, Stefan Gajdov, Trajko Prokopiev and Todor Skalovski were leading figures in the promotion of contemporary Macedonian music.

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