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An outstanding woman who also enchanted Ivan Cankar

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In 1918, Minka Skaterne, together with just over a hundred active volunteers, laid the foundations of the Slovenian Library of the Blind and Visually Impaired. The transcripts, under Minka's guidance, in that year “translated” 60 works of fiction by Slovenian writers into Braille, and the result of a one-year work was 150 Braille volumes, each with 130 pages each.

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