Brina Svit

Brina Švigelj-Mérat (alias, Brina Svit; born May 31, 1954 in Ljubljana) is a Slovenian writer.

She studied French Philology and Comparative Literature at the University of Ljubljana, and she moved to Paris in 1980


  • Con brio, 1998 [1]
  • Smrt slovenske primadone, 2000
  • Moreno, 2003
  • Un cœur de trop, 2006
  • Coco Dias ou la Porte Dorée, 2007.


  1. ^ "Con Brio by Brina Svit".  

External links

  • (French) EVENE
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