59-3-4

2014 /59/3-4

ISSN: 0036-5351
Vedoucí redaktor: PhDr. Jaroslava Kašparová, Ph.D.

Zámecké knihovny hrabat Wallisů z Karighmainu

The originally Irish family of Counts Wallis acquired two chateaux in Moravia, Moravské Budějovice and Budíškovice, where libraries have been preserved. The smaller library from Moravské Budějovice (3,000 volumes) comprises fiction, history, and the later part of the collection from the 19th century…

K osobní knihovně právníka, básníka a překladatele Antonína Pikharta

Antonín Pikhart, a trained lawyer, was an important culturally-active figure at the turn of the 20th century. A particularly notable achievement of his from the literary-historical perspective was that he laid the foundations of Czech systematic translation from Spanish, Catalan and to a lesser…

Osobní knihovna Ladislava Jana Živného v Knihovně Národního muzea

The National Museum Library purchased books of Ladislav Jan Živný (1872–1949) along with the original furniture at the end of the 1940s. Živný was originally a secondary-school teacher; he achieved the most in the fields of librarianship and bibliography. He travelled mainly over Western Europe,…

Rukopisné překlady španělských romancí v Knihovně Národního muzea

The priest Josef Hausmann Hořínský (1825–1905) published in Časopis Musea Království Českého [Journal of the Museum of the Kingdom of Bohemia] in 1849 the treatise O literatuře španělské, zwláště dramatické [On Spanish, in Particular Dramatic, Literature], which is the first Czech summary of the…