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Ota Filip

Ota Filip Czech writer

Czech writer
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Intro Czech writer
Was Writer Journalist
From Germany
Type Journalism Literature
Gender male
Birth 9 March 1930, Ostrava, Czech Republic
Death 2 March 2018, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany (aged 88 years)
Star sign PiscesPisces
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Biography

Ota Filip (9 March 1930 – 2 March 2018) was a Czech novelist and journalist. He wrote in both German and Czech.

Life

Filip was born in Slezská Ostrava, in present-day Czech Republic. His novels have been translated into French, Italian, Spanish and Polish. During the communist era government of Czechoslovakia his works were banned or censored by the authorities, and after the occupation of Czechoslovakia by Warsaw Pact Armed Forces in 1968, he was sentenced for his dissident activities, and incarcerated from 1969–71. He moved to Germany in 1974.

Filip was awarded the Adelbert von Chamisso Prize for German writing by a non-native German speaker.

On 28 October 2012, on the anniversary of the founding of the First Czechoslovak Republic, Czech President Vaclav Klaus awarded Filip a National Medal of Merit in Fine Arts.

Selected works

  • Cesta ke hřbitovu, Profil, Ostrava, 1968
  • Blázen ve městě, Konfrontace, Curych, 1975; Profil, Ostrava, 1991
  • Nanebevstoupení Lojzka Lapáčka ze Slezské Ostravy, Edice Petlice, sv. č. 28, Prague, 1974; Český spisovatel, Prague, 1994
  • Poskvrněné početí, 68 Publishers, Toronto, 1976; Západočeské nakladatelství, 1990
  • A Letter for the Dragon Slayer, Beltz & Gelberg, Weinheim, 1976
  • Valdštýn a Lukrecie, 68 Publishers, Toronto, 1979
  • Děda a dělo, Host, Brno, 1989
  • Touha po Procidě, Česky nevyšlo, Brno, 1991
  • Kavárna Slavia, Český spisovatel, Prague, 1993
  • Sedmý životopis, Host, Brno, 2000
  • Sousedé a ti ostatní, Host, Brno, 2003
  • 77 obrazů z ruského domu - Román o velké, ztroskotané lásce a vzniku abstraktního umění, Barrister & Principal, Brno, 2004
  • Osmý čili nedokončený životopis, Host, Brno, 2007
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http://www.reflex.cz/clanek/kultura/85463/zemrel-predni-cesky-exilovy-spisovatel-ota-filip-podivejte-se-na-jeho-posledni-rozhovor-pro-reflex.html
http://www.slovnikceskeliteratury.cz/showContent.jsp?docId=1221&hl=Ota+Filip+
https://www.bosch-stiftung.de/content/language2/html/15783.asp
http://www.radio.cz/en/article/152076
https://deepl.com
https://translate.google.com/
http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9704726
http://www.otafilip.homepage.t-online.de
http://www.czechlit.cz/autori/filip-ota/
http://www.protimluv.net/protimluv/11-12/strana.php?cislo=9
https://authority.bibsys.no/authority/rest/authorities/html/90599286
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