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Otakar Chaloupka. Czech Literature for Children: Its Development and Present Output. Dilia. 1980. 222pp.

F. Chudoba. A Short Survey of Czech Literature. London: Kegan Paul Trench Trubner. 1924. 208pp. Also reprinted by Kraus, 1969.

William E. Harkins; Paul I. Trensky (editor). Czech Literature Since 1956: A Symposium. Bohemica. 1980. 161pp.

William E. Harkins. The Russian Folk Epos in Czech Literature, 1800-1900. Greenwood Press. 1971. 282pp.

Jiri Holy. Writers Under Siege: Czech Literature Since 1945. Sussex Academic Press. 2008. 363pp.

Charles S. Kraszewski. The Romantic Hero and Contemporary Anti-Hero in Polish and Czech Literature: Great Souls and Grey Men. Edwin Mellen Press. 1998. 325pp.

Arne Novák. Czech Literature. Michigan Slavic Publications. 1976. 375pp. Translation of Strucné dejiny literatury ceské.

Robert Porter. An Introduction to Twentieth-Century Czech Fiction: Comedies of Defiance. Sussex Academic Press. 2001. 209pp.

Milada Soucková. A Literature in Crisis: Czech Literature, 1938-1950. National Committee for a Free Europe. 1954. 158pp.

Alfred Thomas. The Labyrinth of the Word: Truth and Representation in Czech Literature. Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag. 1995. 174pp.

Alfred Thomas. Anne's Bohemia: Czech Literature and Society, 1310-1420. University of Minnesota Press. 1998. 194pp.

René Wellek. Essays on Czech Literature. Mouton. 1963. 214pp.

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