Seifert


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 (sī′fərt), Jaroslav 1901-1986.
Czech poet whose work often concerns political repression. He won the 1984 Nobel Prize for literature.

Seifert

(ˈsiːˌfət)
n
(Biography) Jaroslav (ˈjærəslæf). 1901–86, Czech poet and journalist, noted esp for poems dealing with the German occupation of Prague during World War II. Nobel prize for literature 1984

Sei•fert

(ˈsaɪ fərt)

n.
Jaroslav, 1901–86, Czech poet: Nobel prize 1984.
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