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Nekula, M. (2003).  Prager Strukturalismus: methodologische Grundlagen = Prague structuralism: methodological fundamentals. Slavica (Carl Winter Universitätsverlag). Monographien, Hand-, Lehr- und Wörterbücher ; Bd. 3. 224 p.
Macura, V., Schmid, H. (1999).  Jan Mukařovský and the Prague School. 331 p..
Toman, J. (1995).  The magic of a common language: Jakobson, Mathesius, Trubetzkoy, and the Prague Linguistic Circle.
Quinn, M.L. (1995).  The semiotic stage: Prague school theatre theory. Pittsburgh studies in theatre and culture ; vol. 1. 166 p..
Starý, Z. (1995).  Ve jménu funkce a intervence.
Toman, J., Jakobson, R. (1994).  Letters and other materials from the Moscow and Prague linguistic circles, 1912-1945. Cahiers Roman Jakobson ; 1. xvii, 259p.
Trnka, B. (1990).  Kapitoly z funkční lingvistiky: Studies in functional linguistics.
Tobin, Y. (1988).  The Prague School and its legacy: in linguistics, literature, semiotics, folklore, and the arts. xxix, 317 p..
Galan, F.W. (1985).  Historic structures: The Prague School project, 1928-1946. 250.
Trnka, B. (1982).  Selected papers in structural linguistics: Contributions to English and general linguistics written in the years 1928-1978.
Steiner, P. (1982).  The Prague School: selected writings, 1929-1946. University of Texas Press Slavic series ; no. 6. xii, 219 p..
Mathesius, V. (1979).  Charisteria Guilelmo Mathesio quinquagenario: a discipulis et Circuli linguistici Pragensis sodalibus oblata. 147 p.
Vachek, J. (1976).  Selected writings in English and general linguisitcs. Janua Linguarum, Series Maior.
Matejka, L., Titunik, I.R. (1976).  Semiotics of art: Prague School contributions. xxi, 298 p..
Wellek, R. (1969).  The literary theory and aesthetics of the Prague school. Michigan Slavic contributions. 37 p..
(1966).  Travaux linguistiques de Prague, 2: Les problèmes du centre et de la périphérie du système de la langue.
Vachek, J. (1966).  The Linguistics School of Prague: An introduction to its theory and practice.