Goran Stefanovski Biography

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Macedonian theater and drama came of age in the years immediately following World War II, after Macedonian was formally established as a literary language. The first generation of Macedonian playwrights writing in dialects close to contemporary literary Macedonian wrote in the period between the beginning of the twentieth century and the end of the Second World War. This group includes Voydan Chernodrinski, Vasil Ilyoski, Anton Panov, and Risto Krle. The second generation of Macedonian playwrights includes writers educated in the period before World War II who were actively writing for the theater from the end of the war through the 1960s and early 1970s. The most important dramatists in this group include Kole Casule, Tome Arsovski, Branko Pendovski, and Zivko Cingo. Almost exclusively, this group of writers gained their fame in the genres of the novel and the short story. Their work is significant in the development of...

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