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The page of Łysohorsky, Óndra, English biography

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Łysohorsky, Óndra
(Ervín Goj)


Óndra Łysohorsky was the pseudonym of Ervín Goj (6 June 1905 – 19 December 1989), a Czech poet of Silesian origin and awareness. He is known for his works written in Lach language (intermediate dialect between Czech and Polish) which was systematized and practically created as literary language by him. He also wrote in German (Friedrich Hölderlin was a large influence on his writing).

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