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First Croatian Literary Encyclopedia Released

After almost ten years work by a large number of experts, the first ever Croatian Literary Encyclopedia has been released.

The encyclopedia comes in four-volumes and compile the biography of writers from all eras, with interpretations of the most important works of Croatian literature and magazines and newspapers in which they were collaborated writers. The encyclopedia has a total of more than 270,000 lines of text.

We can say that at this time there is no encyclopedia in the world that has this breadth of information and data that we present here, said Velimir Viskovic, editor in chief of the Croatian literary encyclopedia.

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