Karolina SvětláKarolina Světlá (born Johana Rottová) (24 February 1830 in Prague – 7 September 1899 in Prague) was a Czech female author of the 19th century. She was associated with the literary May School. She married Professor Petr Mužák (1821–1892) in 1852, who had taught her music. She also had an affair with Jan Neruda. She introduced Eliška Krásnohorská to literature and feminism. She edited the magazine ''Ženské listy'' which was established by Krásnohorská in 1873.
Her first novel ''Vesnický román'' (A Village Novel) was published in 1867. Her other works include ''Nemodlenec'' (1873) and ''Kříž u potoka'' (adapted into a film of the same name in 1921). Provided by Wikipedia
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