Květa Legátová, born Věra Hofmanová (November 3, 1919 – December 22, 2012) was a Czech novelist and writer whose work spanned a period from the 1950s to the 2000s. Her best known work, a 2001 collection of short stories and essays entitled "Želary," and her 2002 book, "Jozova Hanule," were adapted into the 2003 film, Želary. The film received an 2004 Academy Award nomination in the Best Foreign Language Film.
- Korda Dabrová (1961) – childbook
- Želary (2001) – short stories
- Jozova Hanule (2002) – novel
- Návraty do Želar (2005)
- Nic není tak prosté (2006)
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