Twentieth-century Eastern European Writers, Volume 1
Essays on writers from Albania, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Slovakia. Discusses authors who played significant roles in the growth, development and preservation of their respective literatures during an extraordinarily inventive and creative time period. As many of these authors had limited exposure in the West, these essays provide a comprehensive understanding and appreciation of Eastern Europe and its literary tradition.
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Authors by Nationality xiii Waclaw Iwaniuk l915
Plan of the Series xv Elwira M Grossman
Endre Ady 18771919 3 Jégé Ladislav Nédagi 1866_l940 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
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