Vladimír Neff

Vladimír Neff Vladimír Neff (13 June 1909, Prague – 2 July 1983, Prague) was a popular Czech writer and translator. He wrote numerous historical novels, political satires and parodies on criminal stories and adventure tales.

He is best known for his historical novels, especially the pentalogy Reasonable marriages, Emperor's violets, Mean blood, The happy widow and The royal charioteer (Sňatky z rozumu, Císařské fialky, Zlá krev, Veselá vdova a Královský vozataj) and the satirical pseudo-historical trilogy depicting the travels and adventures of an imaginary nobleman Petr Kukaň z Kukaně (Peter Coop from Coop) consisting of the books Queens have no legs, The ring of the Borgias and The beautiful sorceress (Královny nemají nohy, Prsten Borgiů a Krásná čarodějka).

He was the father of the contemporary publicist and science-fiction writer Ondřej Neff. Provided by Wikipedia
Showing 1 - 7 of 7 for search: 'Neff, Vladimír, 1909-1983', query time: 0.03s
by Neff, Vladimír, 1909-1983
Published 1984
Book
Save to List
by Neff, Vladimír, 1909-1983
Published 1984
Digitalizovaný dokument
Book
Save to List
by Neff, Vladimír, 1909-1983
Published 1986
Book
Save to List
by Neff, Vladimír, 1909-1983
Published 1988
Digitalizovaný dokument
Book
Save to List
by Neff, Vladimír, 1909-1983
Published 1986
Book
Save to List
by Neff, Vladimír, 1909-1983
Published 1987
Digitalizovaný dokument
Book
Save to List
Search Tools: Get RSS Feed Email this Search