Reader's encyclopedia of Eastern European literature

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Robert B. Pynsent, Sonia I. Kanikova
HarperCollins, 1993 - Literary Criticism - 605 pages
Includes brief histories of the oral traditions and literatures of Eastern Europe and biographies of leading figures. Languages include: Albanian; Armenian; Bulgarian; Byelorussian (Belarussian); Croatian; Czech; Estonian; Finnish; Georgian; Greek; Hungarian; Latvian; Lithuanian; Macedonian; Polish; Roumanian; Serbian; Slovak; Slovene; Sorbian (Wendish); Ukrainian; Yiddish.

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Reader's encyclopedia of Eastern European literature

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Originally published under the title The Everyman Companion to East European Literature, this reference covers writers who lived or live in European countries that were oppressed--namely, those ... Read full review

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Pludonis Vilis 535 Hungarian 157 167 preRomanticism 179 189
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