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Croatian Language in the Gutenberg Galaxy with 500 titles in 23 languages
By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published  12/31/2008 | Croatian Language , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Exhibition of 500 books in 23 languages dealing with Croatian language, part 2


Ivana Brlić Mažuranić: Priče iz davnine (Croatian Tales of Long Ago),  in German


A book by Miro Gavran in German


Another book by Miro Gavran published in German.


Manual for learning Croatian language for German readers.


Epochs of the Croatian Literature, bibliographic introduction published in Germany in 1998


A. R. Bagdasarov: New Croatian - Russian Dictionary




From Century to Century - Croatian Poetry, in Russian


Aleksandar Flaker, Croatian writer, in Russian




M.N. Drobysheva: Dalmatian-Dubrovnikian Renaissance - oeuvre of Marin Držić, published in Russian


Dubravko Jelčić: History of Croatian Literature, translated into Italian by Ruggero Cattaneo. For this translation Dr. Ruggero Cattaneo obtained the prestigeous prize DAVIDIAS from the cultural society Marulianum, Split, Croatia, in 2006.


Dr. Ruggero Cattaneo is a young Italian scholar, an expert in Croatian language and culture, professor of Latin and Greek.

   


The book of Croatian feminine poetry prepared by Marina Lipovac Gatti, professor at the Catholic University in Milano, Italy.




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