Matevž Kos

Matevž Kos
Born 1966
Ljubljana, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (now in Slovenia)
Occupation Literary historian and essayist
Notable works Prevzetnost in pristranost
Notable awards Rožanc Award
1997 for Prevzetnost in pristranost

Matevž Kos (born 1966) is a Slovene literary historian and essayist.[1]

Kos was born in Ljubljana in 1966. He studied Comparative literature, Literary theory and Philosophy at the University of Ljubljana and works primarily as a literary critic and essayist and lecturer at the University of Ljubljana.[2] He was head of the Jury for the Kresnik Award between 2004 and 2007. In 1997 he received the Rožanc Award for his book of literary essays Prevzetnost in pristranost (Pride and Prejudice).

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