Neruda (Neruda), Jan( Czech writer)
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Neruda (Neruda) Jan (9.7.1834, Prague - 22.8.1891, ibid), Czech writer.
He studied law and philosophy at the University of Prague (since 1853). He was editor of several literary journals. Civil, philosophical and intimate lyric Herudy (collections of "books of poems," 1868; "Space Songs", 1878, "Songs of Good Friday", published. 1896, etc.) are peculiar feeling of organic unity and the fate of the poet's homeland, relaxed simplicity
. In the novels and collections of short stories "Arabesque" (1864), . "Different People" (1871), . "Lesser story" (1878), . ridicule the petty bourgeoisie and expresses its deepest sympathy "little people", . Heruda emerged as an outstanding master of prose, . that the manner of writing is close to the Industrial,
. H. V. Gogol H. Dickens.
Tale Herudy "tramps" (1872) shows the life of seasonal construction workers. Democracy public position is characteristic of numerous essays, . Articles, . articles about the cultural and social life of the Czech Republic 50 - 80-ies., . for the literary-critical statements Herudy, . which played, . as his artistic creativity, . important role in the formation of the Czech realism.,