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  1. Eliza Orzeszkowa, ‘Miss Antonina’ (1881) 7 items
    1. Primary source 1 item
      1. Russian and Polish women's fiction - Helena Goscilo c1985

        Book Essential See Eliza Orzeszkowa, "Miss Antonina.", pp. 206-230.

    2. Secondary Reading 6 items
      1. Russian and Polish women's fiction - Helena Goscilo c1985

        Book  See "Orzeszkowa - Introduction", pp. 199-205.

      2. Alienated women: a study on Polish women's fiction, 1845-1918 - Grażyna Borkowska, Ursula Phillips 2001

        Book 

      3. A history of Central European women's writing - Celia Hawkesworth, University of London 2001

        Book  See “The poetics of restraint: Eliza Orzeszkowa,”, pp. 76-79.

      4. The history of Polish literature - Czesław Miłosz 1983

        Book  See "Eliza Orzeszkowa", pp. 303-7.

      5. A history of Polish literature - Julian Krzyżanowski 1978

        Book  See "Eliza Orzeszkowa", pp. 384-87.

      6. Poles apart: women in modern Polish culture - Helena Goscilo, Beth Holmgren 2006

        Book  See: Halina Filipowicz, The wound of history: gender studies and Polish particulars, pp. 147-167.

  2. Stefan Zeromski, The Faithful River (1912) 4 items
    1. Primary source 1 item
      1. The faithful river - Stefan Żeromski c1999

        Book Essential

    2. Secondary Reading 3 items
      1. The faithful river - Stefan Żeromski c1999

        Book  See Johnson, B. 'Introduction'.

      2. The literature of nationalism: essays on East European identity - Robert B. Pynsent, University of London 1996

        Book  See Eile, S. ‘Zeromski and Polish Nationalism’, pp. 66-82.

      3. Literature and nationalism in partitioned Poland, 1795-1918 - Stanisław Eile, University of London 2000

        Book 

  3. Nadezhda Durova, The Cavalry Maiden (1836) 4 items
    1. Primary source 1 item
      1. The cavalry maiden: journals of a Russian officer in the Napoleonic Wars - N. A. Durova, Mary Fleming Zirin c1988

        Book Essential

    2. Secondary Reading 3 items
      1. A history of Russian women's writing, 1820-1992 - Catriona Kelly, Oxford University Press 1998 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      2. Revealing lives: autobiography, biography, and gender - Susan G. Bell, Marilyn Yalom, Stanford University c1990

        Book  See: Zirin, Mary Fleming, ‘A Woman in the “Man’s World” : The Journals of Nadezhda Durova,’ pp. 43-51.

      3. A history of women's writing in Russia - Adele Marie Barker, Jehanne M. Gheith 2002

        Book 

  4. Karel Čapek, The White Plague, trans. by Peter Majer and Cathy Porter 9 items
    1. Primary source 1 item
      1. Four plays - Karel Čapek, Karel Čapek, Karel Čapek, Karel Čapek 1999

        Book Essential See Čapek, K. 'The White Plague'.

    2. Film version 1 item
      1. Bílá nemoc: The white disease = Die weisse Krankheit - Hugo Haas, Karel Čapek, Filmexport Home Video (Firm) 2008 (videorecording =)

        Audio-visual document 

    3. Secondary Reading 7 items
      1. Twentieth-century Eastern European writers: First series - Steven Serafin c1999

        Book  See: Holý, Jiří.,“Karel Čapek", pp. 43-53.

      2. Karel Čapek: life and work - Ivan Klíma, Norma Comrada c2002

        Book 

      3. On Karel Čapek: a Michigan Slavic colloquium - Michael Makin, Jind̂rich Toman 1992

        Book 

      4. Karel Čapek - William E. Harkins 1962

        Book 

      5. Preface to "Bílá Nemoc" - Karel Čapek, Renata Flint and Robert M. Philmus 2001

        Article 

      6. Karel Chapek - fantast i satirik - Sergei Vasilʹevich Nikolʹskii 1973

        Book 

  5. Milan Kundera, The Joke (1967) 10 items
    1. Primary source 1 item
      1. The joke - Milan Kundera 1992

        Book Essential Please note any edition in library stock is suitable.

    2. Film version 1 item
      1. Žert - Jaromil Jireš, Milan Kundera 2007 (videorecording)

        Audio-visual document 

    3. Secondary Reading 8 items
      1. Twentieth-century Eastern European writers: Third series - Steven Serafin c2001

        Book  See: Jan Čulík, “Milan Kundera”, pp. 208-226.

      2. Terminal paradox: the novels of Milan Kundera - Maria Němcová Banerjee 1992

        Book 

      3. Die Fallen der Welt: der Romancier Milan Kundera - Květoslav Chvatík, Susanna Roth 1994

        Book 

      4. Le monde romanesque de Milan Kundera - Kvetoslav Chvatik 1995

        Book  NOT IN LIBRARY STOCK

      5. The art of the novel - Milan Kundera 1999

        Book 

      6. Essays on the fiction of Milan Kundera - Peter Kussi 1978 (microform)

        Book 

  6. Alexander Pushkin, The Queen of Spades (1833) 5 items
    1. Primary source 1 item
      1. The Queen of Spades [in, The Queen of Spades: The Negro of Peter the Great: Dubrovsky: The Captain's Daughter: Translated with an Introduction by Rosemary Edmonds] (Penguin Classics) - Aleksander Sergeevich Pushkin, Rosemary Edmonds 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Please note various editions availabe in library stock in electronic and print format.

    2. Secondary Reading 4 items
      1. Pushkin: a comparative commentary - John Bayley 1971

        Book 

      2. Pushkin's The queen of spades - Neil Cornwell 1993

        Book 

      3. Alexander Pushkin - Walter N. Vickery 1970

        Book 

  7. General reading 3 items
    1. Czech writers and politics 1945-1969 - A. French 1982

      Book 

    2. Literature and nationalism in partitioned Poland, 1795-1918 - Stanisław Eile, University of London 2000

      Book