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  | birth_name      = Josip Travolta
 
  | birth_date      = {{birth date and age|1968|1|11}}
 
  | birth_date      = {{birth date and age|1968|1|11}}
  | birth_place      = [[Vale, Ulaanbatur]], Soviet Republic of Slakonian
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  | birth_place      = [[Sydona Islands]], [[Kiravia|Kiravian Federacy]]
  | occupation      = [[Poet]], writer, artist, historian, [[pilot (aeronautics)|pilot]]
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  | occupation      = [[Poet]], writer, artist, historian, model, [[pilot (aeronautics)|pilot]]
  | years_active    = 1990–present
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  | years_active    = 1989–present
  | religion        = [[Wikipedia: Roman Catholic]] (until 1989)<br>[[Atheist]] (1989-present)
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  | religion        = [[Insular Apostolic Church|Istroyan Catholic Rite]] (until 1981)<br>[[Atheist]] (1981-present)
 
  | children        = 19 illegitimate daughters
 
  | children        = 19 illegitimate daughters
  | relatives        = [[Elia van Zlid]] (sister) <br> [[Honda Travolta]] (brother) <br> [[Yiannis Travolta]] (brother)
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  | relatives        = Elia van Zlid (sister) <br> [[Honda Travolta]] (sister) <br> Yiannis Travolta (brother)
 
  | residence        =   
 
  | residence        =   
 
  | website          = {{url|travolta.com}}
 
  | website          = {{url|travolta.com}}
 
  | signature        = John Travolta signature.png
 
  | signature        = John Travolta signature.png
 
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'''Josip Travolta''' (born January 1, 1969 is an prominent Slakoscivian poet & writer under the [[pen name]] Guy Tražl and was a prominent figure in socialist realism major exponent of [[Romanticism|romantic]] [[modernism]] in Slakonian and later in Kiravia and the rest of the world. He was awarded the International Prize for Literature multiple times.
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'''Josip Travolta''' (born January 1, 1969) is an prominent Istro-Coscivian poet & writer under the [[pen name]] Guy Tražl and was a prominent figure in socialist realism major exponent of {{wp|Romanticism|romantic}} {{wp|modernism}} in Sydona and later in Kiravia and the rest of the world. He was awarded the International Prize for Literature multiple times.
  
  
 
==Early life==
 
==Early life==
Josip Travolta was born in the town of Ulaanbatur of Vale in Kiravian-occupied Slakonian, the town was originally built upon the small village of Ulan but Afro-Coscivian colonists decided to slightly rename the town from a the Punthite city of the same name as the town to this day hosts to the local museum stolen artifacts.
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Josip Travolta was born in the town of Ulaanbatur of Vale in Sydone Isles, the town was originally built upon the small village of Ulan but Afro-Coscivian colonists decided to slightly rename the town from a the Punthite city of the same name as the town to this day hosts to the local museum stolen artifacts.
  
Josip's family was of mixed background of Slakonian natives and Afro-Coscivians colonists, his father was local historian teacher and former air force officer who was discharged after wounded-in-action. Josip described his father as "always seemed like a very polite, very foreign, lonely, little-understood guest." His father's tales from his service in the air force and Punth influenced many of his works with the biggest collection of poetry [[Sonnet of the Airman]] would become most known and detailed day-to-day lives of airmen during the Great War.
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Josip's family was of mixed background of Istro-Coscivians natives and Carnazzan colonists, his father was local historian teacher and former air force officer who was discharged after wounded-in-action. Josip described his father as "always seemed like a very polite, very foreign, lonely, little-understood guest." His father's tales from his service in the air force and Punth influenced many of his works with the biggest collection of poetry [[Sonnet of the Airman]] would become most known and detailed day-to-day lives of airmen during the Great War.
  
Josip's family didn't actively participated into the Slakonian War for Independence as Slakoscivians were the most loyal group to their colonial government up until the lands were handed over to the communist revolutionaries in exchange of avoiding war in the future and prolonging problems for other occupation authorities.
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Josip's family didn't actively participated into the Sydonan Uprising as Istro-Coscivians were the most loyal group to their colonial government up until the lands were handed over to the communist revolutionaries in exchange of avoiding war in the future and prolonging problems for other occupation authorities.
  
 
From childhood, Josip appeared headstrong and hard for his family to handle. In a letter to her husband, Josip's mother Maria wrote: "The little fellow has a life in him, an unbelievable strength, a powerful will, and, for his four years of age, a truly astonishing mind. How can he express all that? It truly gnaws at my life, this internal fighting against his tyrannical temperament, his passionate turbulence [...] God must shape this proud spirit, then it will become something noble and magnificent – but I shudder to think what this young and passionate person might become should his upbringing be false or weak"
 
From childhood, Josip appeared headstrong and hard for his family to handle. In a letter to her husband, Josip's mother Maria wrote: "The little fellow has a life in him, an unbelievable strength, a powerful will, and, for his four years of age, a truly astonishing mind. How can he express all that? It truly gnaws at my life, this internal fighting against his tyrannical temperament, his passionate turbulence [...] God must shape this proud spirit, then it will become something noble and magnificent – but I shudder to think what this young and passionate person might become should his upbringing be false or weak"
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===Early career===
 
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His writing is actual shit
 
===Resurgence-in-Exile===
 
===Resurgence-in-Exile===
  

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Josip Travolta
Travolta in 2013
BornJosip Travolta
(1968-01-11) January 11, 1968 (age 52)
Sydona Islands, Kiravian Federacy
OccupationPoet, writer, artist, historian, model, pilot
Years active1989–present
ReligionIstroyan Catholic Rite (until 1981)
Atheist (1981-present)
Children19 illegitimate daughters
RelativesElia van Zlid (sister)
Honda Travolta (sister)
Yiannis Travolta (brother)
Signature
Website
travolta.com

Josip Travolta (born January 1, 1969) is an prominent Istro-Coscivian poet & writer under the pen name Guy Tražl and was a prominent figure in socialist realism major exponent of romantic modernism in Sydona and later in Kiravia and the rest of the world. He was awarded the International Prize for Literature multiple times.


Early life

Josip Travolta was born in the town of Ulaanbatur of Vale in Sydone Isles, the town was originally built upon the small village of Ulan but Afro-Coscivian colonists decided to slightly rename the town from a the Punthite city of the same name as the town to this day hosts to the local museum stolen artifacts.

Josip's family was of mixed background of Istro-Coscivians natives and Carnazzan colonists, his father was local historian teacher and former air force officer who was discharged after wounded-in-action. Josip described his father as "always seemed like a very polite, very foreign, lonely, little-understood guest." His father's tales from his service in the air force and Punth influenced many of his works with the biggest collection of poetry Sonnet of the Airman would become most known and detailed day-to-day lives of airmen during the Great War.

Josip's family didn't actively participated into the Sydonan Uprising as Istro-Coscivians were the most loyal group to their colonial government up until the lands were handed over to the communist revolutionaries in exchange of avoiding war in the future and prolonging problems for other occupation authorities.

From childhood, Josip appeared headstrong and hard for his family to handle. In a letter to her husband, Josip's mother Maria wrote: "The little fellow has a life in him, an unbelievable strength, a powerful will, and, for his four years of age, a truly astonishing mind. How can he express all that? It truly gnaws at my life, this internal fighting against his tyrannical temperament, his passionate turbulence [...] God must shape this proud spirit, then it will become something noble and magnificent – but I shudder to think what this young and passionate person might become should his upbringing be false or weak"

Josip had showed signs of serious depression as early as his first year at school. In his juvenilia collection Green Years, Josip vividly describes experiences and anecdotes from his childhood and youth in Ulaanbatur: the atmosphere and adventures by the river, the bridge, the chapel, the houses leaning closely together, hidden nooks and crannies, as well as the inhabitants with their admirable qualities, their oddities, and their idiosyncrasies. The fictional town of Smalldick is pseudonymous for his town, Ulaanbatur had a centuries-old horse-breeding and metalworks industry, and during Josip's childhood the smith's influence on the town was still very much in evidence.

Career

Early career

His writing is actual shit

Resurgence-in-Exile

Personal life

Relationships

Total Faggot

Religion

Travolta is a committed atheist.

Works

Poetry

  • A telegram from Novi Splitu(1991)
  • The Sovereign and the Sun(The King and the Sun,1991)
  • Six Plus One Remorse of The Sky(1992)
  • The Light Tree And The Fourteenth Beauty(1992)
  • Green Youth(1992)
  • The Airman's Sonnet(Part of the greater 'Father's Stories' series,1993)
  • Love in Smalldick(Part of The 'Illicit Love' series, 1994)
  • Trills of Love (1994)
  • A Sea of Sadness (1994)
  • A Lament for a Future Lost (2015)
  • Breakfast at Theophilus' (2016)
  • Streetlamp on the Edge of Forever (2016)
  • The Beauty of Silence (2017)

Translations

  • An Heroic And Funeral Chant For The Lieutenant Lost In Ploiste (Άσμα ηρωικό και πένθιμο για τον χαμένο ανθυπολοχαγό στο Πλοέστη, 1994)
  • To Axion Esti—It Is Worthy (Το Άξιον Εστί, 1996)
  • The Little Men Languages - Minor Coscivian Languages large scale project of dictionary and language documentation (2019)

Sculpture

Painting

  • The Visitor from Kronner (1997)