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Janko Kersnik
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978-8611152509
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Janko Kersnik (4 September 1852 – 28 July 1897) was a Slovene writer and politician. Kersnik was born in Brdo Manor near Lukovica in Upper Carniola, then part of the Austrian Duchy of Carniola (now in Slovenia). His father Jože Kersnik was a district judge, while his mother Berta Höffern was a local noblewoman. Kersnik grew up in a bilingual, German-Slovene environment

Janko Kersnik: Jara gospoda. Zlati poljub (delovni zvezek za domače branje), 1998. Janko Kersnik: Jara gospoda.

Janko Kersnik: Jara gospoda. Na Žerinjah is a novel by Slovenian author Janko Kersnik. It was first published in 1876.

Published 1998 by Mladinska knj. in Ljubljana. Written in Slovenian. Klasiki kondorja ;, 26. Other Titles. Jara gospoda, Jara gospoda.

Janko Kersnik - dokumentarni film. Tjaša Kersnik in Aria - 120cm Stožice 2. 9. Biographical entry in the Slovenian Biographical Lexicon: Kersnik, Janko.

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Series: Biblioteka rossiĭskoĭ klassiki. Hardcover: 890 pages. Publisher: Assot͡s︡iat͡s︡ii͡a︡ "Kniga.

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Title: Jara gospoda (1953). Film about moral decay of Trieste elite during 1890s based on novel by Slovenian writer Janko Kersnik.