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L’œuvre de Bohuslav Reynek.
Une éclaircie au loin…

[A Clearing in the Distance].

Out of print

French and Czech poets, writers and academics worked together on this book featuring in-depth studies of Czech engraver and poet Bohuslav Reynek’s work. The mostly unpublished texts, ranging from simple testimony or recollections to essays and criticism, shed light on aspects of art nurtured by things of the spirit and on a man attractive because of the clarity of his convictions. Reynek’s work, a cultural bridge between the Czech lands and France, embodies the unity to which our contemporaries aspire.

Format 14,5 x 21 cm.
236 pages. Softbound, illustrated cover.
ISSN : 1247–013

Essais sur le discours de l’Europe éclatée, N° 16.
Co-published by the Stendhal Universityand Romarin, Grenoble 2000.
Partly bilingual work. Texts by I. Diviš, L. Froulíková,
X. Galmiche, S. Germainová, Z. Hejda, V. Jirousová, C. Kastler,
K. Křepelka, J. Mlejnek, M. C. Putna, J. Šerých, Z. Stavinohová,
J. Topol, J. Vladislav.
Bibliography and chronologies.
Illustrations: nine works by Bohuslav Reynek, photographs.
Edition established by Annick Auzimour and Lenka Froulíková.
Published with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, the General Council of Isère and the French Institute in Prague.

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Cotisation 2020

L’association Romarin est une association à but non lucratif fondée à Grenoble (France) en 1993, régie par la loi du 1er juillet 1901 et enregistrée sous le n° 1/22101. Elle a pour objet de favoriser par tout moyen approprié la connaissance et le rayonnement des oeuvres de Suzanne Renaud et Bohuslav Reynek.

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Cotisation 2021

Romarin, a non-profit organisation founded in Grenoble in December 1993, preserves, promotes and calls attention to the poetry and graphic work of the Czech engraver Bohuslav Reynek and Suzanne Renaud, his Grenoble wife.