obálka - Aleš Veselý: Kaddisch

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subtitle: A Yearbook of Central European Culture

type of document: antologie/sborník
imprint date: 1982
number of page: (4), 379, (1), obálka
dimensions [mm]: 252 x 180
edition: Michigan Slavic Materials
part/volume: 20
language: anglický
ISBN: 0-930042-43-3

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obálka - Aleš Veselý: Kaddisch
zadní strana obálky - Eva Kmentová: Maska (A Masque)
 

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institution, city
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (Michigan)

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page from - to   author of the text   title, subtitle
1 - 11   Miłosz Czesław   Looking for a Center, One the Poetry of Central Europe
12 - 14   Konrád György   Letter from Budapest
15 - 29   Kundera Milan   Milan Kundera Interview
15 - 29   Finkieltkraut Alain   Milan Kundera Interview
30 - 38   Szporluk Roman   Defining "Central Europe", Power, Politics, and Culture
39 - 44   Triska Jan   East Europe? West Europe? Both? Neither?
45 - 54   Weintraub Wiktor   Ivan the terrible as the Gentry´s Candidate for the Polish Throne, A Study in Political Mentality
55 - 63   Barańczak Stanisław   The Independent Publishing Movement in Poland, Its Past and Future Perspectives
64 - 80   Skilling Harold   Samizdat, A Return to the Pre-Guttenberg Era?
81 - 88   Liehm Antonín   Conversation with Tadeusz Konwicki
81 - 88   Konwicki Tadeusz   Conversation with Tadeusz Konwicki
89 - 105   Segel Harold   Czesław Miłosz and the Landscape of Exile
107 - 123   Seidler Ingo   Who is Elias Canetti?
125 - 206   Vidan Ivo   Krleža´s Glembay Cycle in its European Context
207 - 218   Škvorecký Josef   American Motifs in the Work of Bohumil Hrabal
219 - 232   Petro Peter   Slovak Surrealism as a Parable of Modern Uprootedness
233 - 241   Hrubín František   Contemporary Poetry in Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia, with selections in English
233 - 241   Holan Vladimír   Contemporary Poetry in Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia, with selections in English
233 - 241   Miłosz Czesław   Contemporary Poetry in Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia, with selections in English
233 - 241   Herbert Zbigniew   Contemporary Poetry in Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia, with selections in English
233 - 241   Illyés Gyula   Contemporary Poetry in Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia, with selections in English
233 - 241   Barańczak Stanisław   Contemporary Poetry in Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia, with selections in English
233 - 241   George Emery   Contemporary Poetry in Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia, with selections in English
233 - 241   Nemes-Nagy Ágnes   Contemporary Poetry in Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia, with selections in English
233 - 241   Gergely Ágnes   Contemporary Poetry in Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia, with selections in English
233 - 241   Šimko Daniel   Contemporary Poetry in Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia, with selections in English
243 - 253   Orten Jiří   Jiří Orten´s Elegies
243 - 253   Gibian Jiří   Jiří Orten´s Elegies
255 - 266   Rilke Rainer   Rilke´s Early Contacs with Czech and Jewish Prague
255 - 266   Rothe Daria   Rilke´s Early Contacs with Czech and Jewish Prague
267 - 288   Černá Krejcarová Jana   Kafka´s Milena as Remembered by Her Daughter Jana
289 - 294   Chalupecký Jindřich   Spellbound by Prague, with samples of modern Czech visual art
295 - 304   Lord Albert   Béla Bartók as a Collector of Folk Music
305 - 308   Želiar Michal   Béla Bartók anad Slovakia
309 - 313   Milojković-Djurić Jelena   Hába´s Microtonal Theory in Yugoslavia
315 - 338   Burian Jarka   The Liberated Theatre of Voskovec and Werich
339 - 353   Eagle Herbert   Andrzej Wajda, Film Language and the Artist´s Truth
353 - 379   Škvorecký Josef   The Swell Season Comes to an End, Sad Autumn Blues

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person   born   note
Matějka Ladislav   30. 5. 1919   editor
Stolz Benjamin       editor

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  institution, city, signature, notes  
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