Daniela Hodrová

Daniela Hodrová (5 July 1946) is a Czech writer.

She graduated in Czech, Russian and French, and completed her postgraduate studies in comparative literature at Charles University. She worked as an editor at Odeon publishing house, and since 1975 she works at the Institute for Czech Literature at the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. Hodrová is a prolific literary scholar.

Awards

  • Czech State Prize for Literature (2011)
  • International Franz Kafka Prize (2012)

Books

In English

  • Prague, I see a city…, translated by David Short (2011)
  • A Kingdom of Souls, translated by Véronique Firkusny and Elena Sokol (2015. Original: Podobojí, 1991)

In Czech

  • Hledání románu, 1989
  • Podobojí, 1991
  • Kukly, 1991
  • Théta, 1991
  • Město vidím…, 1992
  • Román zasvěcení, 1993
  • Místa s tajemstvím, 1994
  • Perunův den, 1994
  • Ztracené děti, 1997
  • Trýznivé město,1999
  • Komedie, 2003
  • Citlivé město, 2006
  • Vyvolávání, 2010
  • Točité věty, 2015
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