Kresnik for Best Novel Goes to Rebula

Ljubljana, 24 June - Alojz Rebula, an acclaimed fiction writer from Italy's Trieste, has received the Kresnik Award for best Slovenian novel of the year. Rebula was awarded for "Nocturne for Primorsko", a novel about a priest from the region of Primorsko set against the backdrop of Fascism.

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