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by Ivan Klíma,Norma Comrada

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ISBN:
0945774532
Author:
Ivan Klíma,Norma Comrada
Category:
Arts & Literature
Language:
English
Publisher:
Catbird Press; 1 edition (July 1, 2002)
Pages:
266 pages
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by Ivan Klíma & translated by Norma Comrada.

by Ivan Klíma & translated by Norma Comrada. Age Range: 1890 - 1938.

Karel ÄŒapek: life and work. Norma Comrada lives in Eugene, Oregon. Capek (1890-1938) is among the greatest figures of modern Czech literature, along with contemporaries Franz Kafka and Jaroslav Hasek. A prolific journalist and writer, he is best known for the. Ivan Klíma is the author of No Saints or Angels, Lovers for a Day, The Ultimate Intimacy, and Waiting for the Dark, Waiting for the Light. Библиографические данные. Karel Čapek: Life and Work A Garrigue book.

Contemporary Czech novelist and playwright Ivan Klíma has transformed his lifelong admiration for the work of the great Czech novelist and playwright Karel Capek. Contemporary Czech novelist and playwright Ivan Kl?ma has transformed his lifelong admiration for the work of the great Czech novelist and playwright Karel Capek into an extended personal essay on Capek's life and work.

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Contemporary Czech novelist and playwright Ivan Klíma has transformed his lifelong admiration for the work of the great Czech novelist and playwright Karel Capek into an extended personal essay on Capek’s life and work.

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Translated by Norma Comrada. 224 pp. North Haven, Conn. Klima wrote it in Czech, but Norma Comrada's graceful English translation is its first appearance. From his early 20's, Capek was an indispensable figure in Czech literature and journalism.

Ivan Klíma, translated by Norma Comrada. Catbird Press, 266 pages. Capek's elder brother, Josef (1887-1945), was a Cubist painter, novelist, and dramatist who collaborated with Karel on some plays and illustrated several of his brother's books. apek started to write poetry and short stories while still in high school. In 1909 he entered Charles University in Prague, where he studied philosophy.

Karel Čapek: Life and Work. New Haven, CT: Catbird Press. Karel Čapek: Life and Work by Ivan Klíma, Catbird Press, 2002, ISBN 45774-53-2. Translation from the Czech by Norma Comrada of Velký věk chce mít též velké mordy: Život a dílo Karla Čapka.

Karel Čapek: Life and Work by Ivan Klíma, Catbird Press, 2002, ISBN 45774-53-2. Karel Čapek entry at the Literary Encyclopedia. Karel Čapek at Czechoslovak book network Baila. Krakatit Czech online PDF. . Czech online PDF.

Contemporary Czech novelist and playwright Ivan Klíma has transformed his lifelong admiration for the work of the great Czech novelist and playwright Karel Capek into an extended personal essay on Capek's life and work. Written with letters and other material not available to earlier biographers and critics, Klíma reflects on the effects of the author’s personal relationships and scrutinizes his artistic and philosophical influences. This is not merely a biography or a critical work covering all of Capek's writings; it is a wide-ranging study of the life and work of a great artist as examined from the perspective of another eminent writer who grew up in Capek's shadow.