poets of Prague

Czech poetry between the wars.
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Oxford University Press , London
Czech poetry -- 20th century -- History and crit
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Paginationix, 129 p. plates. ;
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Open LibraryOL19027342M

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Josef Sudek, Poet of Prague: A Photographer's Life. In a career that spanned nearly seven decades, Josef Sudek, one of the masters of twentieth-century photography, created his own solitary world of shadow and light, of theme and variation.

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More than a poetry anthology, this book is the record of one city and the range of poetry it has inspired. In the poems collected here, the singular subject of Prague takesFile Size: KB.

Vojtěch Rakous, pseudonym of Adalbert Östreicher (–), writer and journalist. Václav Jan Rosa (c. – ), poet and philologist. Jaroslav Rudiš (born ), writer, journalist and musician. Vavřinec Leander Rvačovský ze Rvačova (. The poets of Prague: Czech poetry between the wars.

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All this Belongs to Me; Arnošt Lustig: This renowned Czech author left Czechoslovakia after the Prague Spring, but has since ´s been honored for his. Maxim Havlíček — painter; born in Prague; Vladimír Holan (–) — poet; born, lived and died in Prague; Bohumil Hrabal (–) — writer; lived and died in Prague; Leoš Janáček (–) — composer; studied in Prague; Fanny Janauschek (–) — actress; migrated to the United States in Alfred French is the author of The Poets of Prague ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Czech Poetry ( avg rating, 1 rating, 1 rev /5.

The recipient of numerous grants and awards, Katrovas is the founding director of the Prague Summer Program, and is the author of seven books of poetry, Green Dragons (winner of the Wesleyan University Press New Poets Series), Snug Harbor, The Public Mirror, The Book of Complaints, and Dithyrambs, Scorpio Rising: Selected Poems; a book of short.

Known as the “poet of Prague” and the “writer of light and shadow”, Czech photographer Josef Sudek is the face of Eastern European photography.

When he was still 20 years old, he had the misfortune to seriously wound his right arm while serving on the Italian front in. Pages in category "Czech poets" The following pages are in this category, out of total.

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Find items in libraries near you. Book Summary. Brilliantly renders the Hungary of past and present: the generations of failed revolutionaries and lyric poets, opportunists and profiteers, heroes and storytellers.

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Widely recognized as one of the most lyrically intense German-language poets, Rainer Maria Rilke was unique in his efforts to expand the realm of poetry through new uses of syntax and imagery and in an aesthetic philosophy that rejected Christian precepts and strove to reconcile beauty and suffering, life and death.

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Stephan Delbos, Culture Editor for The Prague Post, gathered poems from 16 languages written between and that focus on Prague or events that took place result is a Author: Shaindel Beers.

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Josef Sudek is frequently referred to as ‘The Poet of Prague’ thanks to the thousands of lyrical photographs he took of the Czech city, proving it to be one of the most enchanting European capitals.

Although he was not born there, Sudek spent most of his adult life in Prague, making it the main subject of his photography. Zoli, the latest novel from the award-winning Colum McCann, published last month by Weidenfeld & Nicolson, tells the story of a Romani poet, following her from her early days with a .Prague has been the central, if unlikely, subject of some of the most important poetry of the last century.

This diverse anthology gathers and translates into English poems from 16 languages written between and which describe Prague or an event that took place there, and places those poems in a literary and historical context with a detailed critical introduction, a Prague poetry.

Josef Sudek (Ma -- Septem ) was a renowned Czech photographer, dubbed the "Poet of Prague." Born when Bohemia was a kingdom in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, he learned.