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Bartol Memoirs Reveal the Man Behind Prophetic Novel

Ljubljana, 23 February - Publisher Sanje, which is committed mainly to non-commercial literature, on Friday launched the last part of the memoirs by Vladimir Bartol, the author of the most widely translated Slovenian novel, "Alamut".

Ljubljana, Slovene Writers' Association
The launch of the last part of the memoirs by Vladimir Bartol, the author of the most widely translated Slovenian novel, "Alamut".
Photo:Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana, Slovene Writers' Association
The launch of the last part of the memoirs by Vladimir Bartol, the author of the most widely translated Slovenian novel, "Alamut".
Photo:Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana, Slovene Writers' Association
Dusan Jelincic, who wrote the preface to the book, upon the launch of the last part of the memoirs by Vladimir Bartol, the author of the most widely translated Slovenian novel, "Alamut".
Photo:Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana, Slovene Writers' Association
Dusan Jelincic, who wrote the preface to the book, upon the launch of the last part of the memoirs by Vladimir Bartol, the author of the most widely translated Slovenian novel, "Alamut".
Photo:Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana, Slovene Writers' Association
Dusan Jelincic, who wrote the preface to the book, upon the launch of the last part of the memoirs by Vladimir Bartol, the author of the most widely translated Slovenian novel, "Alamut".
Photo:Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana, Slovene Writers' Association
Publisher Sanje manager Rok Zavrtanik (left) and Dusan Jelincic, who wrote the preface to the book, upon the launch of the last part of the memoirs by Vladimir Bartol, the author of the most widely translated Slovenian novel, "Alamut".
Photo:Daniel Novakovic/STA

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