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Author: Nováková, Teréza

Spouse/other names:Novakova
Year of birth:1853
Year of death:1912
About her personal situation:Spent some time in Litomysl, a place with an exceptional cultural life. MOLDANOVA. Standardizing Origin • Place of birth: Prague, 31.7. 1853 • Lived in : Prague, East Bohemia (Skutec) • Place of death : 13.11.1912 National identity • Nationality : Czech • First languages : Czech Marital status : - 1876 - Married to the teacher Josef Novak Number of children : 7 children, one survived (famous literal critic Arno Novak) Social class : - Middle classes Education: - Convent education - Secondary school for girls (S. Amerling) Religion [/ideology]: Unknown

Countries:Bohemia - Austro-Hungarian Empire - Czech Republic
Relations to other authors: Acquaintance of Kveder, Zofka

About her professional situation:Novelist. Published prose works in Eliška Krásnohorská´s Ženské Listy (The Women´ s Leaves), see Heczková. Collected folk material, wrote about this. See Moldanová. Field: Professional situation Standardizing Publishing under: - Married name Profession(s) and activities : - Social-cultural activist - Biographer - Contributor to periodical press - Editor of periodical press (Zensky svet) - Fiction writer - critic Languages in which she published : Czech Collaboration/connections with male authors : -the famous Czech literal scientist and critic Arne Novak (her child) -Czech famous writer Svatopluk Czech Financial aspects of her career: - Lived by her pen - Other income: husband's work Memberships: Feminist group (the name?) Americky klub dam (American club of ladies)
Elements of bibliography:MENTIONED IN: - Buck, Guide to women's literature, 1992. - Lettres européennes (Dutch version 1994) II, 837 - De Haan a.o., A Biographical Dictionary of Women's Movements and Feminisms. Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe, 19th and 20th Centuries. CEU press, 2006. - Heczková - Moldanová, Dobrava, "České spisovatelky v 19. století" - Slovník českých spisovatelů, libri, Praha 2005, 493-494 - Slovník českých spisovatelů, Praha 1964, 363-364

Editors: Suzan van Dijk (update on 12 December 2009)
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Works written by this author

E 1 *Nováková, Teréza, the author (1912)
E 2 Karolina Světlá, její život a její spisy (Karolina Světlá, her life and her works) (1890)
E 3 Kroj lidový a národní vyšívání na Litomyšlsku (Folk costumes and national embroidery in Litmysl) (1891)
E 4 Maloměstský román : obraz z našeho života (A smalltown novel: a picture of our life) (1890)
E 5 Na saních / zámecká povídka (On the sledge: a manor house tale) (1885)
E 6 O životě a působení Magdaleny Dobromily Rettigové (About the life and work of Magdalena Dobromila Rettigova) (1885)
E 7 Slavín žen českých. Od nejstarších dob do znovuzrození národa českého (A pantheon of Czech women. From the oldest times to the national rebirth) (1894)
E 8 Z jeslí : črta z pražského života (From the crib: features from life in Prague) (1896)
E 9 Z měst i ze samot / povídky a črty (From town and from solitude / tales and drafts) (1890)
E 10 Z naší národní společnosti (From our national association) (1887)
E 11 Z nejvýchodnějších Čech : řada cestopisných črt (From the most easter of Bohemia: travel notes) (1898)

Authors read by this author

Xreception 1 Rettigová, Magdalena Dobromila   -   *Magdalena Dobromila Rettigová, the author