Ján Hollý

Slovak [[poet]] and translator Ján Hollý (contemporary orthography: Gán Hollí; 24 March 1785, Bur-Szent-Miklos – 14 April 1849, Jókő) was a Slovak poet and translator. He was the first greater Slovak poet to write exclusively in the newly standardized literary Slovak language. His predecessors mostly wrote in various regional versions of Czech, Slovakized Czech or Latin. Hollý translated Virgil's ''Aeneid'' and wrote his own epic poetry in alexandrine verse to show that the Slovak language recently standardized by Anton Bernolák was capable of expressing complex poetic forms. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1868
Call Number B.1798/1868-I
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Published 1885
Call Number I.44533
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Published 1909
Call Number VII.166
Other Authors: ...Hollý, Ján, 1785-1849...
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by Botto, Július, 1848-1926
Published 1914
Call Number S 1408 PA
Other Authors: ...Hollý, Ján, 1785-1849...
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by Botto, Július, 1848-1926
Published 1914
Call Number I.44651
Other Authors: ...Hollý, Ján, 1785-1849...
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by Botto, Július, 1848-1926
Published 1914
Call Number VII.380
Other Authors: ...Hollý, Ján, 1785-1849...
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