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Slovak poetry

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Slovak poetry

The following is a list of the most important poets of Slovak literature.

For a list of Slovak authors of prose and drama, please see Slovak prose.

Renaissance (1500–1650)

  • Martin Rakovský (1535–1579)
  • Vavrinec Benedikt z Nedožier (Laurentio Benedictino Nudozierino) (1555–1615)

Baroque (1650–1780)

Classicism (1780–1840)

Romantism (1840–1850)

Realism (1875–1905)

Modernism (1905–1918)

Between the World Wars (1918–1948)

Surrealism

Catholic Modernism

Post-war period (1948–1960s)

Contemporary (since the 1960s)

Contemporary poetry (since 1995)

See also

Poetry portal
sl:Slovaška književnost
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