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Kadare's novels draw on legends surrounding the historical experiences of Albanian people, the representation of classical myths in modern contexts, and the totalitarian regime in Albania.

They are obliquely ironic as a result of trying to withstand political scrutiny.

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, also spelled Kadaré; born 28 January 1936) is an Albanian novelist, poet, essayist and playwright.

He has been a leading literary figure in Albania since the 1960s.

He focused on poetry until the publication of his first novel, The General of the Dead Army, which made him famous inside and outside Albania.

While studying literature in Moscow he managed to get a collection of his poems published in Russian, and there he also wrote his first novel The City with no Advertisements in 1959, intentionally defying the rules of socialist realism.

Database will be downloaded when you start the app first time. - Context word search (switch it on in Settings) - tap any word in article to find it's translation. The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2016-05-31. German Albanian dictionary (version 1.92) has a file size of 7.34 MB and is available for download from our website.Upon being published in the literary magazine Zëri i Rinisë in 1962, it was immediately banned by the authorities.He was advised by his close friends not to tell anybody about the actual novel, so it stayed in his drawers for decades until the communist regime fell in 1990.In 1990, Kadare claimed political asylum in France, issuing statements in favor of democratization.

At that time, he stated that "dictatorship and authentic literature are incompatible. For his part, Kadare has stated that he had never claimed to be an "Albanian Solzhenitsyn" or a dissident, and that "dissidence was a position no one could occupy [in Enver Hoxha's Albania], even for a few days, without facing the firing squad.He has divided his time between Albania and France since 1990.