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B. ANDERSEN. 2007. Ideology and narration: The works of Václav Řezáč. Ph.D. thesis. London (UCL). Last edited by: gerard  v    Pop. 82.09%
M. AUDUS. 2007. The 1904 version of Leoš Janáček's 'Jenůfa': Sources, reconstruction, commentary. Ph.D. thesis. Nottingham. Last edited by: gerard  v    Pop. 77.06%
MAUREEN J. BONELLO. 2011. Voříšek's piano works: An explanation of this repertoire through performance […], with a critical edition of Voříšek's Rondo Espagnol, Op. 17, for piano and orchestra. PhD thesis. Surrey. Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 51.02%
B. BRADBROOK. 1958. Karel Čapek and the Western world. D.Phil. thesis. Oxford. Last edited by: gerard  v    Pop. 63.31%
M. CARROLL. 2002. J.L. Dussek and his role in the development of the piano repertory. M.Phil. thesis. Open. Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 71.35%
D.D. CHIRICO. 1995. Karel Hlaváček and the decadent intertext. Ph.D. thesis. Cambridge. Last edited by: gerard  v    Pop. 56.05%
M.G. COOKE. 1997. Disillusion and the myth of the victim in American and Czech fiction since World War II. Ph.D. thesis. London (QM Westfield). Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 63.7%
J. DANKOVIČOVÁ. 1998. The linguistic bases of articulation rate variation in Czech. D.Phil. thesis. Oxford. Last edited by: gerard  v    Pop. 58.76%
THOMAS DICKINS. 2012. Selected aspects of language content in the case of Czech, with a particular focus on lexical borrowing and changing attitudes to the self and others. PhD thesis. Wolverhampton. Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 49.27%
J.P.C. DOMIN. 1970. Czech social poetry of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries [NCR]. M.Litt. thesis. Glasgow. Last edited by: gerard  v    Pop. 50.92%
L.M. DOWDING. 1972. The treatment of contemporary society and the individual in the Czech novel from 1948-68. B.Litt. thesis. Oxford. Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 50.73%
D.V. DRAGNEVA. 2006. Conceptions of decay in Czech and Bulgarian national mythology. Ph.D. thesis. London (UCL). Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 61.37%
LUCY DUGGAN. 2016. Reading the city: Prague in Czech and Czech-German narrative fiction since 1989. DPhil thesis. Oxford. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 15.97%
JANA FISCHEROVÁ. 2010. Literary censorship in independent Ireland and communist Czechoslovakia. PhD thesis. University College Dublin. Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 50.34%
M.E. GHEORGHE. 2005. Boundaries in motion: Christian initiation and literary discourse in Vasile Andru's and Daniela Hodrová's fiction. D.Phil. thesis. Oxford. Last edited by: gerard  v    Pop. 58.18%
E. GROSS. 1970. The string quartets of František Xaver Dušek: A critical edition. M.Litt. thesis. Aberdeen. Last edited by: gerard  v    Pop. 55.66%
P.W.G. HARDS. 1975. The concept of revolution in Czech writing, 1918-1938. Ph.D. thesis. Cambridge. Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 51.02%
K. HAYES. 1997. The prose and polemics of Karel Matěj Čapek-Chod. Ph.D. thesis. London (SSEES). Last edited by: gerard  v    Pop. 64.28%
J. HICKMAN. 2008. A diachronic study of Russian and Czech headlines: Sociolinguistic shifts in media discourse. PhD thesis. Liverpool John Moores. Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 56.92%
T. HLUBÍK. 1962. The recent development of the Czech language in relation to the changes in the structure of society. D.Phil. thesis. Oxford. Last edited by: gerard  v    Pop. 50.44%

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