2 edition of Soviet clarion in the works of three Czech writers: Majerová, Pujmanová and Glazarová found in the catalog.
Soviet clarion in the works of three Czech writers: Majerová, Pujmanová and Glazarová
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The Soviet clarion in the works of three Czech writers: Majerová, Pujmanová and Glazarová by Petr Hrubý (Book) Marie Majerová, by Hana Ševčíková (Book). The Soviet clarion in the works of three Czech writers: Majerová, Pujmanová and Glazarová by Petr Hrubý (Book) Národní umělkyně Marie Pujmanová: výběrová bibliografie by Jana Mariánková (Book).
‘Tfi éeské éarodéjky slov aneb sovétska polnice v iivote a dile Marie Majerove, Marie Pujmanove a Jarmily Glazarove [Three Czech Sorceresses of Words or the Council Horn in the Life and Work of Maria Majerova, Maria Pujmanova and Jarmila Glazarova]’.Author: Mary F. Zirin. This book is a history of the Soviet tours of European and American intellectuals, writers, bohemians, professionals, and political tourists who saw the "Soviet experiment" in the s and s.
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writers whose works featured realistic depictions of the living conditions in the cities and small towns (Benešová, Slančíková-Timrava), as well as women authors with explicit Communist world views (Nováková, Majerová, Pujmanová) also were studied during this period.
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A History of Central European Women’s Writing Edited by Celia Hawkesworth Studies in Russia and East Europe This series includes books on general, political, historical, economic and cultural themes relating to Russia and East Europe written or edited by members of the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, or by authors working in association with the School.
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