|Date of birth||1858|
|Date of death||1880|
About her personal situation
Born in Pest in 1858. Her father was a high school teacher. She moved to Novi Sad in 1864, where she graduated from elementary school and finished four years of girl's school. In 1872 she moved to Sombor where she she started teacher's school. In 1878, she passed the test to become a teacher. The same year, she returned to Novi Sad, where she fell ill. In 1880, she returned to Sombor where she died on 30 March the same year. She is buried in Sombor. She did not marry or have any children.
|Place of birth||Pešta|
|Place of death||Sombor|
About her professional situation
In 1878, she wrote a drama titled "Sirota Mileva iz Bosne u našoj civilizaciji" (Poor Mileva from Bosnia in our civilisation), which was printed in 1880 in Novi Sad.
Aleksijević, Vlastoje. Savremenici i poslednici Dositeja Obradovića i Vuka Stefanovića Karadžića (pp. 4-7)
Savković, Nada. Naše prve spisateljke dramskih dela. In: Dragan Bošković (ed.). Srpski jezik, književnost, umetnost: zbornik radova sa V međunarodnog naučnog skupa održanog na Filološko-umetničkom fakultetu u Kragujevcu (29-30. X 2010): pp. 645-655.
Translated by Višnja Krstić.
|Profession(s) and other activities||Author dramma and Teacher/governess|