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The Nobel Prize in Literature 1984
Jaroslav Seifert

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Bibliography

Works in Czech
Mesto v slzach, 1921
Sama laska, 1923
Na vlnach T.S.F., 1925. – Revised and published as Svatební cesta, 1938
Slavik zpiva spatne, 1926
Hvezdy nad Rajskou zahradou, 1929
Postovni holub, 1929
Jablko z klina, 1933
Ruce Venusiny, 1936
Zpivano do rotacky, 1936
Jaro, sbohem, 1937
Osm dni, 1937
Zhasnete svetla, 1938
Vejir Bozeny Nemcove, 1940
Svetlem odená, 1940
Kamenny most, 1944
Prilba hliny, 1945
Mozart v Praze, 1948
Ruka a plamen, 1948
Koulelo se, koulelo, 1948. – Expanded edition, 1955
Sel malir chude do sveta, 1949
Pisen o Viktorce, 1950
Maminka, 1954
Chlapec a hvezdy, 1956
Praha a venec sonetu, 1956
Prague, 1964
Koncert na ostrove, 1965
Halleyova kometa, 1967
Odlévání zvonu, 1967
Morovy sloup, 1973. – Augmented edition, 1977
Destník z Piccadilly, 1979
Vsecky krásy sveta, 1981
 
Translations into English
The Plague Column / translated from the Czech by Ewald Osers. – London: Terra Nova Editions, 1979
Morovy sloup = The Plague Monument / translated by Lyn Coffin. – Silver Spring, Md: SVU, 1980
The Casting of Bells / translated from the Czech by Paul Jagasich & Tom O'Grady. – Iowa City: The Spirit That Moves Us Press, 1983
An Umbrella from Piccadilly / translated from the Czech by Ewald Osers. – London: London Magazine Editions, 1983
Eight Days : An Elegy for Thomas Masaryk / translated by Jagasich and O'Grady. – Iowa City, IA: Spirit That Moves Us, 1985
Mozart v Praze = Mozart in Prague / translated by Jagasich and O'Grady. – Iowa City, IA Spirit That Moves Us, 1985
The Selected Poetry of Jaroslav Seifert / translated by Ewald Osers, edited and with additional translations by George Gibian. – New York: Macmillan, 1986
A Wreath of Sonnets = Venec sonetu / translated from the Czech by J.K. Klement and Eva Stucke. – Toronto, On.: Larkwood Books, 1987
The Early Poetry of Jaroslav Seifert / translated by Dana Loewy. – Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University Press, 1997
The Poetry of Jaroslav Seifert / translated from the Czech by Ewald Osers ; edited and with prose translations by George Gibian. – North Haven, CT: Catbird Press, 1998

The Swedish Academy, 2006

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