Twentieth-century Eastern European writers
Essays on some of the most prominent Eastern European writers from the twentieth-century from the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Slovakia. Discusses the contributions of these authors who played a significant role in the growth, development, and preservation of their respective literatures. This rich and diverse literary history of Eastern Europe mirrors the depth and complexity of its social and political history.
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Gustav Suits 18831956 265 19181941 325
A H Tammsaare 18781940 273 Western versus Eastern Man 335
Authors by Nationality xiii Anslavs Eglitis 19061993
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