Vladimír Šťastný

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Vladimír Šťastný (17 March 1841 Rudíkov,[1][2] Czechoslovakia – 20 August 1910 Obřany, Czechoslovakia) was a Czech priest and poet. He is also known under the pseudonym Josef Ruda. After studying theology, he was chaplain in Židlochovice and a prefect at the Brno bishop seminary. After that he taught at Gymnázium Brno, a grammar school in Brno. He was the founder of the magazine Obzor (Horizon) and the chief executive of the Literature association of the heritage of Saint Cyril and Metoděj.[3]

Works[edit]

  • Kvítí májové (May Flowers)-1869
  • Kytka z Moravy (A Flower from Moravia)-1879
  • Drobné květy (Small Flowers)-1887
  • Hlasy a ohlasy (Voices and echoes) -1892
  • Hory a doly (Mountains and Mines)-1894

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rudíkov". Naše Morava (in Czech). Retrieved 2007-12-27. 
  2. ^ Jaša, František (October 2006). "Úvod". Oficiální internetové stránky obce Rudíkov (in Czech). Obec Rudíkov. Archived from the original on 2007-10-16. Retrieved 2007-12-27. 
  3. ^ "Zapomenutí Básníci". Mladá fronta DNES, příloha Brno (in Czech). 2007-06-01. p. C8. ISSN 1210-1168.