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Diana Mishkova
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Marius Turda
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Balazs Trencsenyi

Chapter III. In Search of a National Ontology

Jaroslav Durych: The mission of the Czech state

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Title: Poslání českého státu (The mission of the Czech state)

Originally published: In Rozmach, no. 1 (15 October 1923), pp. 7–10.

Language: Czech

The excerpts used are from the original.

About the author

Jaroslav Durych [1886 Hradec Králové (Ger. Königgrätz)–1962, Prague]: novelist, poet, playwright, and political essayist. Born in the family of a writer, he first studied to become a priest, but was cast out of the Příbram seminary for reading libri prohibiti. He studied medicine and in 1913 became a physician in the Austrian army. He served on the Italian and Galician front during the First World War, and later in the Czechoslovak army rising to the rank of colonel. Influenced by turn-of-thecentury expressionism, neoclassicism and religious mysticism as well as by Roman Catholic writers such as Jakub Deml (1878–1961), Josef Florian (1873–1941) or Otakar Březina (1868–1929), he became the most important Czech Catholic writer of his generation, developing a very idiosyncratic literary st...

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