|Date of birth||May 31, 1861|
|Date of death||January 31, 1942|
Sofija Koča was born in Osijek in a Serbian family. She married a tax clerk Aleksandar Koča. She lived with her husband and children in Osijek, Karlovac, Irig, and Vinkovci. Her husband abandoned her in 1906, so she continued to take care of her seven children on her own. She died in Zemun in 1942.
|Place of birth||Osijek|
|Place(s) of residence||Croatia and Serbia|
|Place of death||Zemun|
|Marital status||Abandoned by husband/partner|
|Number of children||7|
Aside from writing prose, which she published on her own, Sofija Koča was a private German teacher and a nurse. Her missionary work is especially significant: she collected contributions for the construction of the Orthodox church in Rojče, Slovenia.
Popov, Čedomir, ur., Srpski biografski rečnik, knj. 5, Novi Sad: Matica srpska, 2011.
|Profession(s) and other activities||fiction writer/novelist, teacher/governess, and humanitarian worker|
|Language(s) in which she wrote||Serbian|
Works by this author
- Svetli karakteri 1900
- Iz vladavine Obrenovića i Ivan danjski atentat 1910
- Moć majčine molitve. Namenjeno materama hristijankama svete pravoslavne vere. U slavu Presvetoj Bogorodici. 1921
- Doživljaji sa puta kroz otadžbinu 1925
- Priče iz savremenog života 1931
- Božija pravda 1933
- Molitvenik za sve hristijane, na koje će se izliti blagodat i pomoć božije milosti, ako ga čitaju 1938
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