Milada Součková

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Milada Součková (1899, Prague – 1983, Cambridge/MA) was a Czech writer, literary historian and diplomat. She lived and worked in Prague, from 1945 on in the United States.

Works[edit]

  • První písmena, 1934. Experimental prose.
  • Amor a psyché, 1937. Experimental prose.
  • Odkaz, 1940. Novel.
  • Zakladatelé, 1940. Novel.
  • Bel canto, 1944.
  • Hlava umělce, 1944; repr., Prague: Prostor, 2002. [1]
  • Gradus ad parnassum, 1957. Poems.
  • Pastorální suita, 1962. Poems.
  • Sešity Josephiny Rykrové, 1981. Poems.
  • Neznámý člověk, 1962. Prose.
  • Kaladý. Svědectví. Mluvící pásmo (1938-1940), Prague: Prostor, 1998, 221 pp.
Literary history and theory
  • A Literature in Crisis: Czech Literature 1938-1950, 1954.
  • The Czech Romantics, 1959.
  • The Parnassian Jaroslav Vrchlický, 1964.
  • Baroque in Bohemia, 1980.
Papers

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