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Czech Culture

  • Author:Naky
  • Source:www.diecastingpartsupplier.com
  • Release on:2016-07-22
Turning to Czech Culture, We must mention the Czech literature, as Kafka Was Born here, Ha Xieke, Seve Stewart, Kundera and other world-class literary giants.
Czech Republic in the 20th century there HAD beens twice prosperity of literature and art, for the first time after The Beginning of the 20th century prosperity Was founded Czechoslovak Republic, the Czech Republic There Were Many literary people. For example, people familiar with Jaroslav Hašek (1883-1923), Vladislav Wan Picula (1891-1942), Karl Capek (1890-1938), aussi Who won the Nobel Prize in Literature Czech poet Jaroslav Seifert (1901-1986). "This group of Czech literature Czech writer once raised to the height of European literature, the literature aim process Was interrupted by World War II."

In 1938, Germany, Italy, Britain and France signed the Munich Agreement summit, ordered the Sudetenland of Czechoslovakia to Nazi Germany Was ceded Czechoslovakia after-ENTERED the occupation period. "Goal-even in the occupied period, the Czech Republic and Their aussi great writers works." "Report gallows under" red classic author Julius Fucik (1903-1943), as well as Capek, Wan Chu pull, "They Were killed by Nazi Germany, aim Their works still make people feel the presence of Czech literature. 

The second stems from the prosperity of the 1960s, There Was Vaclav Havel (1936-2011), Milan Kundera (1929), Ivan Klima (1931-) The three Known As the "Czech literary troika" of everyone. "These people in the 1960s, Such As we are now Referred to 'Prague Spring' in as a writer played a PARTICULARLY active role. Kundera's masterpiece" joke "that Appeared in the early 1960s in the Czech reader field of view of."
August 1968 the Czech "Prague Spring" was suppressed in the end. "Then the bottom fell again Czech literature. Purpose-even in Such a time, the Czech writer or work Their way to make sound." [10]