Zdeňka Bezděková

Zdeňka_Bezděková, circa 1940 Zdeňka Bezděková (April 19, 1907 - August 12, 1999), née Vondrušková, was a Czech writer, philosopher and translator, largely known for ''Říkali mi Leni''.

She graduated from the girls' grammar school in České Budějovice and wnt on to study philosophy and literature in Prague and Paris, graduating in 1931.

She first married on June 22, 1929, in Prague, to grammar school professor František Bezděk. They divorced in 1930.

Since 1933 she taught, first at secondary school level, then at a grammar school in České Budějovice. After the Second World War she was a teacher in Sušice and Prague. From 1949 she taught Czech literature at the Faculty of Education of the university in České Budějovice (now the University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice), where she later headed the Department of Philology. She retired in 1962. Provided by Wikipedia
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