A feminist's semiotic odyssey through Czech literature
Themes include authors' attitudes to relationships between women and men, the images of women in both older and contemporary Czech literature, nationalistic biases, issues of responsibility, active versus passive approach to life, new visions added to European culture by Czech authors like J. A. Comenius, K. H. Macha, B. Nemcova, J. Hasek, K. Capek, O. Brezina, J. Seifert, B. Hrabal, M. Kundera, L. Vaculik and others.
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Pesonal Value Systems and Literary Texts
Images of Women in Contemporary Czech Prose
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