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"CzechWomen" profiles outstanding female figures in Czech history | Radio Prague
Staying with books and work - an ennobling publication has just been published, known as "Ceske zeny" or "Czech Women". A team of authors, pb by Alena Wagnerova, compiled nearly 60 profiles of important and interesting european women who have successful history. "The book 'Czech Women' is a collection of 58 portraits of unpaid european women from all walks of existence throughout the grand years of Czech history. We yearned-for to show the contribution women have made to czechoslovak culture and the development of geographical region social group - which is noteworthy but not sufficiently established - as is the case with women's line of work in all fields of human activity." model Agnes of Bohemia, 19th century painter Amalie Manesova, writers Bozena Nemcova, Karolina Svetla and Eliska Krasnohorska, early 20th-century serious music diva Ema Destinnova and composer Vitezslava Kapralova - these are just a few name of outstanding czechoslovakian women profiled in the book.