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Sažetak Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić (1874 − 1938) was nominated for the Nobel Prize four times for her literary merit. She was a Croatian author whose works include two exceptional and praised children’s books of lasting value: Čudnovate zgode šegrta Hlapića [The Strange Adventures of Hlapich the Apprentice] (1913), and Priče iz davnine [Tales of Long Ago] (1916). She was nominated for the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1931 and 1935 by Gavro Manojlović, and in 1937 and 1938 by Gavro Manojlović and Albert Bazala, both professors at the Philosophical Faculty of the University of Zagreb, and, in their times, presidents of the South Slavic Academy of Sciences and Arts in Zagreb. Their Nobel Prize proposals are written in German. The nominating documents include formal data and general information about Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić’s life and her writings, and also incorporate a study written by Gavro Manojlović The facsimiles of the original texts of these four proposals and the first version of Manojlović’s study, as they were received by the Swedish Academy, are reprinted in this issue of Libri & Liberi, accompanied by a translation in Croatian.