Memorial of National Literature = Museum of Czech Literature After almost seventy years, the Memorial of National Literature has changed its name and headquarters. It moved from the Strahov Monastery to the Petschek Villa in Bubeneč and opened its collections to the public as the Museum of Literature. Thousands of archival materials, books and works of art found in its collections have been…
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The Third Space of Czech Literature 56th (thematic) issue of the annual Literární archiv (Literary Archive) for 2024 Guest Editor: Marek Nekula (University of Regensburg) Editor-in-Chief: Tereza Sudzinová As recently as the eighteenth century, Czech literature was not written exclusively in Czech. This began to change in the first half of the nineteenth century. During the second half of…
From July 29, the study room is permanently closed due to its relocation to the Petschek Villa (Pelléova 44/22, Prague 6).
Notice: Visits only by prior phone or e-mail arrangement due to limited seats in the study room.
The literary museums portal http://en.literarnimuzea.cz/ imparts information on permanent museum exhibitions, and memorials of great figures of the Czech literary history.