Mateja Matevski

1929 - 2018

Mateja Matevski

Mateja Matevski (13 March 1929 – 6 June 2018) was a Macedonian poet, literary and theater critic, essayist, and translator. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Mateja Matevski has received more than 25,945 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 3,809th most popular writer.

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  • 45.79

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  • 16

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 4.59

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.95

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among writers, Mateja Matevski ranks 3,804 out of 4,883Before him are John Piper, Nossis, Adela Zamudio, Etgar Keret, C. L. Moore, and Ramón de Campoamor y Campoosorio. After him are Gonzalo Rojas, Natallia Arsiennieva, Antonio Gamoneda, Liam O'Flaherty, José Burgos, and Yuri Vizbor.

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Among people born in 1929, Mateja Matevski ranks 268Before him are Nathalia Timberg, Jimmy Cobb, Ruth Pfau, Kenneth MacMillan, Sergio Mantovani, and Muhammad Rafiq Tarar. After him are Zbigniew Messner, Arthur Barnard, Burhan Sargun, Ken McGregor, Jeremy Thorpe, and Kazimierz Kutz. Among people deceased in 2018, Mateja Matevski ranks 254Before him are Oliver Ivanović, Sergio Pitol, Ion Ciubuc, Rubén Galván, Luigi Radice, and Peter Hill-Wood. After him are Roberto Suazo Córdova, D. J. Fontana, Robert Kerman, Arthur Barnard, Roy Bentley, and Jóhann Jóhannsson.

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In Turkey

Among people born in Turkey, Mateja Matevski ranks 776 out of 901Before him are Burak Yılmaz (1985), Nezihe Muhiddin (1889), Fazıl Hüsnü Dağlarca (1914), Giorgos Karagounis (1977), Duran Çetin (1964), and Fazıl Say (1970). After him are Toros Toramanian (1864), Saint Telemachus (301), Burhan Sargun (1929), Stefanos Skouloudis (1838), Janet Akyüz Mattei (1943), and Sir George Thomas, 7th Baronet (1881).