TITLE

CZECH THOREAU

AUTHOR(S)
HokeŇ°, Jan
PUB. DATE
January 2010
SOURCE
Thoreau Society Bulletin;Winter2010, Issue 269, p2
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article traces the history of the Czech translations of the literary works of Henry David Thoreau. It cites the first translated work as that completed by Zdeněk; Franta, a translation of the book "Walden," published by Jan Laichter in Prague in 1902. A new translation of the book was published by Milo7#x0161; Seifert in 1924. A collection of Thoreau's essays called "Rambles Through Nature and Views of Society" was published by Laichter in 1925.
ACCESSION #
48290050

 

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