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Ivan Kušan is a Croatian writer.
Ivan Kušan was born in Sarajevo, in the family of Jakša Kušan, bookstore owner and one of the most respected members of local intelligentsia. The family moved to Zagreb in 1939. At the age of 10 Ivan Kušan discovered his writing talent and wrote his first novel.
Later, Ivan Kušan discovered taste for world travel and visual arts. In 1950s he worked on Radio Zagreb. From 1980 to 1994 he taught at Drama Arts Academy of University of Zagreb.
Ivan Kušan published his first book in 1956. His specialty became children's novels, and some of them, like Lažeš, Melita and Koko u Parizu, became very popular.