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Titolo: Sel Malir Chude Do Sveta (Czech language)
Casa editrice: Vydavarelstvo Druzstevni Prace, Praha or Prague, Czechoslovakia
Data di pubblicazione: 1949
Legatura: Beige Hardboard/Heavy Fabric S
Illustratore: Mikolase Alse
Condizione libro: Very Good
Condizione sovraccoperta: Good
Edizione: First Edition.
Tipologia articolo: Poetry
pp.92 + Obsah (Index). 38 poems. A lovely little book. Seifert won the Nobel prize in Literature in 1984. Wikipedia has a good bio about him. From Institute of Czech Literature, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague: The collection Šel malír chude do sveta (A Pauper Artist Braved the World, 1949) was inspired by pictures by Mikoláš Aleš. The composition of the book is based on the changing seasons and closely corresponds to the principle the painter Aleš often used in his work. Size: 8 5/8" Tall. Codice inventario libreria 002848
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