Jana Černá

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Jana Černá, born Krejcarová, called "Honza" ("Jack") by her mother, (1928–1981), was a daughter of the journalist Milena Jesenská and Jaromír Krejcar. She was a Czech poet and writer herself.

After the communist coup d'état of 1948 she started publishing with her friends Egon Bondy, Ivo Vodsedalek and others in a secret underground edition Půlnoc. She died at the age of 53 in a car accident.

Works[edit]

  • Clarissa a jiné texty (Clarissa and Other Texts)
  • Otisky duší (Imprints of Souls)

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