Mira Mihelič, also known as Mira Kramer Puc was a Slovene writer and translator.
|Born:||Jul 14, 1912, Split, then Austria-Hungary (now in Croatia)|
|Died:||Sept 4, 1985, Ljubljana, Slovenia|
|Notable awards:||Sovre Prize, 1963, Prešeren Award, 1983|
|Spouse:||France Mihelič, painter|
About Mira Mihelic
Slovene novelist and translator who won the Sovre Prize and served as president of the Slovene Writers’ Association. Her literary works include Come, My Gentle Ariel and A Stranger in Emona.
She studied law in the city of Ljubljana. She published her first literary work, April, in 1959.
She won the 1983 Preseren Award for lifetime literary achievement.
She was married to painter France Mihelic.
Both Mihelic and Harriette Arnow are celebrated female writers.
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