Kole Nedelkovski was a Macedonian revolutionary and poet, and member of the Bulgarian Communist Party. He was a member of the Macedonian Literary Circle and he published two poetry books. Today, Nedelkovski is seen as one of the founders of the modern Macedonian poetry.
|Born:||Nikola Krstev Nedelkov, Dec 16, 1912, Vojnica, near Veles|
|Died:||02, 1941, Sofia, Bulgaria|
|Occupation:||poet and communist|
|Notable works:||M’skavici and Peš po svetot|
About Kole Nedelkovski
Poet and revolutionary who became known for a Communist poem entitled “Glas od Makedonija” (“A Voice from Macedonia”). His other poetic works include “On Foot Around the World” and “Lightnings.”
He joined the Bulgarian and Yugoslavian Communist Parties and immigrated to Bulgaria in 1933.
He died at age twenty-eight while being pursued by police.
His family lived in the municipality of Vojnica at the time of his birth.
He and Hristo Botev were both poets and revolutionaries with Bulgarian roots.
Information related to Kole Nedelkovski
- Macedonian literature – Macedonian literature begins with the Ohrid Literary School which was established in Ohrid in 886. These first written works in the dialects of the Macedonian recension were religious. The school was established by St. Clement of Ohrid in the First Bulgarian Empire.
- Bulgarian Communist Party – The Bulgarian Communist Party was the Communist and Marxist-Leninist ruling party of the People’s Republic of Bulgaria from 1946 until 1989 when the country ceased to be a communist state.
- Macedonian poets
- Yugoslav poets
- Bulgarian communists
- Bulgarian poets
- Yugoslav communists
- Bulgarian male writers
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