Ivan Kušan (30 August 1933 – 20 November 2012) was a Croatian writer. Kušan was born in Sarajevo, Kingdom of Yugoslavia to the family of Jakša Kušan, a bookstore owner. The family moved to Zagreb in 1939. At the age of ten Ivan discovered his writing talent and wrote his first novel. Later, Kušan discovered a taste for world travel and visual arts. In the 1950s he worked on Radio Zagreb. From 1980 to 1994 he taught at the Drama Arts Academy of University of Zagreb.

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  • Ivan Kušan (30 August 1933 – 20 November 2012) was a Croatian writer. Kušan was born in Sarajevo, Kingdom of Yugoslavia to the family of Jakša Kušan, a bookstore owner. The family moved to Zagreb in 1939. At the age of ten Ivan discovered his writing talent and wrote his first novel. Later, Kušan discovered a taste for world travel and visual arts. In the 1950s he worked on Radio Zagreb. From 1980 to 1994 he taught at the Drama Arts Academy of University of Zagreb. He published his first book in 1956. His specialty became children's novels, and some of them, like Lažeš, Melita and Koko u Parizu, became very popular. In the later stages of his writing career, Kušan found a taste for erotic fiction. He also wrote a novel about famous outlaw Jovo Stanisavljević Čaruga, later adapted into 1991 motion picture. (en)
  • Ivan Kušan, né le 30 août 1933 à Sarajevo et mort le 20 novembre 2012 à Zagreb, est un écrivain croate. À l'âge de 10 ans, Ivan Kušan découvre son talent d'écriture et écrit son premier roman. Plus tard, Ivan Kušan découvre le goût pour les voyages et les arts visuels. En 1950, il travaille à Radio Zagreb. De 1980 à 1994 il enseigne la dramaturgie à l'Académie des Arts de l'université de Zagreb. Ivan Kušan publie son premier livre en 1956. Sa spécialité est devenue le roman pour enfants, et certains d'entre eux, comme Lazes, Melita et Koko u Parizu, sont devenus très populaires. Dans des stades ultérieurs de sa carrière d'écrivain Kušan trouve le goût pour la fiction érotique. Il a également écrit un roman sur le célèbre hors-la-loi Jovo Čaruga Stanisavljevic, adapté plus tard, en 1991, en film. (fr)
  • Иван Кушан (хорв. Ivan Kušan; 30 августа 1933, Сараево — 20 ноября 2012, Загреб, Хорватия) — хорватский прозаик, поэт, автор книг для детей и юношества. Педагог, профессор, художник, переводчик, действительный член Хорватской академии наук и искусств. (ru)
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  • Иван Кушан (хорв. Ivan Kušan; 30 августа 1933, Сараево — 20 ноября 2012, Загреб, Хорватия) — хорватский прозаик, поэт, автор книг для детей и юношества. Педагог, профессор, художник, переводчик, действительный член Хорватской академии наук и искусств. (ru)
  • Ivan Kušan (30 August 1933 – 20 November 2012) was a Croatian writer. Kušan was born in Sarajevo, Kingdom of Yugoslavia to the family of Jakša Kušan, a bookstore owner. The family moved to Zagreb in 1939. At the age of ten Ivan discovered his writing talent and wrote his first novel. Later, Kušan discovered a taste for world travel and visual arts. In the 1950s he worked on Radio Zagreb. From 1980 to 1994 he taught at the Drama Arts Academy of University of Zagreb. (en)
  • Ivan Kušan, né le 30 août 1933 à Sarajevo et mort le 20 novembre 2012 à Zagreb, est un écrivain croate. À l'âge de 10 ans, Ivan Kušan découvre son talent d'écriture et écrit son premier roman. Plus tard, Ivan Kušan découvre le goût pour les voyages et les arts visuels. En 1950, il travaille à Radio Zagreb. De 1980 à 1994 il enseigne la dramaturgie à l'Académie des Arts de l'université de Zagreb. (fr)
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