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Soldier Švejk by Jaroslav Hašek, Похождения бравогосолдата Швейка Russian Translation, Illustrated by Josef Lada USSR, Soviet Books SovietHomeStuff. From shop SovietHomeStuff. 5 out of 5 stars (176) 176 reviews. Sale

Jaroslav Hašek – Wikipedia

Jaroslav Hašek (yä´rōsläf hä´shĕk), 1883–1923, Czech writer, b. Prague. His experiences as a soldier in World War I [1] inspired his famous novel The Good Soldier Schweik (4 vol., 1920–23; tr. 1930), a satire on the Austrian military bureaucracy and on war in general.

Jaroslav Hašek – Vikipeedia

In 1911 he founded the Party of Mild Progress within the limits of the Austro-Hungarian law.

Jaroslav Hašek | Czech writer | Britannica

Jaroslav Hašek (cehă ˈJaroslaf ˈHaʃɛk; n. 30 aprilie 1883, Praga, Austro-Ungaria – d. 3 ianuarie 1923, Lipnice nad Sázavou[*] , Cehia) a fost un scriitor satiric, umorist și un anarhist socialist ceh, cunoscut, în special, pentru romanul său Peripețiile bravului soldat Švejk, o colecție neterminată de incidente ridicole cu un soldat din Primul Război Mondial, care a fost

Jaroslav Hašek - Wikipedia

Jaroslav Hašek (1883-1923) wrote more than 2,000 short works, short stories, glosses, sketches, mostly under various pen-names. A prankster and stalwart of innumerable taverns scattered across Bohemia, Hašek was drafted into the Austro-Hungarian army during the First World War and spent much of the war in a Russian prisoner-of-war camp.

Jaroslav Hašek - Penguin Books

Elulugu. Jaroslav Hašek sündis 1883. aastal Prahas ning tegeles nooruses kirjandusega, kirjutades satiirilisi artikleid ja följetone ajalehtedele ja ajakirjadele. 1914. aastal, pärast esimese maailmasõja algust mobiliseeriti ta Austria-Ungari keisririigi armeesse ning saadeti Vene rindele, kust ta aga 1915. aasta septembris deserteerus ja jooksis üle Vene vägede poole oma Austria

Jaroslav Hasek | Encyclopedia.com

The Czech writer Jaroslav Hašek is best known today for his hilarious anti-war novel The Good Soldier Švejk. Hašek’s own biography, however, is perhaps just as farcical and action-packed as his most famous book. In this edition of Czech History, we look at the life and times of this world renowned author.

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Jaroslav Hašek (30. huhtikuuta 1883 Praha, Itävalta-Unkari – 3. tammikuuta 1923 Lipnice nad Sázavou, Tšekkoslovakia) oli tšekkiläinen humoristi ja satiirikko, joka tuli tunnetuksi maailmanlaajuista suosiota saavuttaneesta romaanistaan Kunnon sotamies Švejkin seikkailut maailmansodassa.Kirja kertoo sotamies Švejkin farssinomaisista seikkailuista ensimmäisessä maailmansodassa.

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In 1897 he was present at anti-German riots in Prague as a student.

Jaroslav Hašek | Discography | Discogs

Jaroslav Hasek married Alexandra Grigorjevna Lvovova on May 01, 1920.

Jaroslav Hašek – Wikipedie

Jaroslav Hašek (Prag, 30. travnja 1883.- Lipnice nad Sázavou, 3. siječnja 1923.) je bio češki novelist, humorist i novinar, pisac remek-djela satire Doživljaji dobrog vojnika Švejka u svjetskom ratu. Biografija. Hašek je, pored Franza Kafke, bio jedna od ključnih figura literarnog Praga.Jaroslav Hašek rođen je 30. travnja 1883. godine u Pragu u obitelji koja je vukla korijene s juga

Jaroslav Hašek | Project Gutenberg Self-Publishing

Jaroslav Hašek (Czech:; April 30, 1883 – January 3, 1923) was a Czech writer, humorist, satirist, journalist, bohemian and anarchist. He is best known for his novel The Good Soldier Švejk, an unfinished collection of farcical incidents about a soldier in World War I and a satire on the ineptitude of authority figures. The novel has been translated into about sixty languages, making it the

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Jaroslav Hašek (1883-1923) wrote more than 2,000 short works, short stories, glosses, sketches, mostly under various pen-names. A prankster and stalwart of innumerable taverns scattered across Bohemia, Hašek was drafted into the Austro-Hungarian army during the First World War and spent much of the war in a Russian prisoner-of-war camp.