Stanislav Kostka Neumann

Stanislav Kostka Neumann (June 5, 1875, in Prague – June 28, 1947, in Prague) was Czech writer, poet, and journalist. He has undergone many stages of creative: symbolist (I Am an Apostle of the New Life), anarchist (A Dream About a Crowd of Desperate People, and Other Verses), landscape lyric (The Book of Forests, Hills, and Waters), civilist (New Songs), communist (Red Songs) and others. He was one of the founders of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia.[1] He was a mentor of Jaroslav Seifert (Seifert dedicated his first book to Neumann).

Stanislav Kostka Neumann

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