Page:A history of Sanskrit literature (1900), Macdonell, Arthur Anthony.djvu/491

From Wikisource
Jump to: navigation, search
This page has been validated.


LITERATURES OF THE WORLD.

Edited by



EDMUND GOSSE, Hon. M. A. of Trinity College, Cambridge.

12mo. Cloth, $1.50 each.

A HISTORY OF

BOHEMIAN LITERATURE.

By FRANCIS, COUNT LÜTZOW,

Author of "Bohemia: An Historical Sketch."


"This book deals with an interesting subject in an able and impartial manner, and it is written in excellent English."—London Morning Post.

"Count Lützow's wide and deep knowledge and experience in matters Bohemian have particularly fitted him for the preparation of this work, and he has succeeded in producing a highly interesting as well as instructive exposition of a subject altogether unknown in western Europe, and hardly more familiar in America."—Boston Beacon.

"Students of literature will value this work, because it offers some insight into the character, the extent, and the quality of Bohemian literature extant, and the general public will find most interest in the discussion of the life and death of Hus and the principal events of his career, the life and work of Komensky, the sketch of Dobrovsky, and the long account of the enthusiastic work of the four patriots to whom the revival of Bohemian literature in the present century is due—Jungmann, Kollar, Safarik, and Palacky."—Boston Herald.

"Count Lützow's volume is of special value and interest."—Philadelphia Public Ledger.


D. APPLETON AND COMPANY, NEW YORK