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Alenka Jensterle-Doležal

Alenka Jensterle-Doležal, born in 1959, is a poet, prose writer, essayist and literary scientist. She is a lecturer of the Slovenian and Slavic literatures at the Department of South Slavic and Balkan Studies at Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. She worked as a Slovenian language teacher at universities in Prague, Krakow, New York and Nottingham, and as a research fellow at the Slavic Institute in Prague. 

Author of three scientific monographs: Mit o Antigoni v zahodno- in južnoslovanskih dramatikah sredi 20. stoletja (2004), V krogu mitov: O ženski in smrti v slovenski književnosti (2008), and Poglavja iz slovenske moderne (2014); and scientific papers published in collective monographs, miscellanies and specialised journals in the Czech Republic, Slovenia and other countries. She edited two miscellanies and two collective monographs. 

Author of poetry collections: Juditin most (1990), Pokrajine začetka (1994), Přeludy (1996), Zapiski za S. G. (2006), Pesmi v snegu (2012), and novels Temno mesto (1993) and Pomen hiše (2015). Jensterle-Doležal's texts were translated and published in Czech, Slovak, Croatian, English, Polish and Hungarian language.

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