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The New Czech Poetry

The New Czech Poetry

The New Czech Poetry
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The New Czech Poetry

by Cejka, Jaroslav; Cernik, Michal; Sys, Karel

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Great Britain: Bloodaxe Books, 1988. 62pp. Original glossy pictorial wraps. Translated by Ewald Osers. Intro by the translateor giving biographies of the contributors. This book shows the extraordinary diversity and vigour of the new Czech poetry. three leading Czech poets fromt he generation after holub: all born during the 1940s and now in mid-career. Previous owners name on upper front flyleaf. Inner pages are clean (no writing, underlining, or highlighting). Binding is tight with no cracks or breaks. Covers have some minor scuffing with minor creases near spine from being read. Shelfwear (light denting to head of spine, light rubbing to edges and corners). This is not a remainder or ex-library. Very nice reading copy. . First Edition. Trade Paperback. Good/No Jacket as Issued. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Softcover.


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The New Czech Poetry
Cejka, Jaroslav; Cernik, Michal; Sys, Karel
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8vo - over 7¾" - 9&f
Czech Poetry Anthologies
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