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Born: 1 April 1929 Died: 11 July 2023

Country of origin: Czech Republic

Relationship Status: Married

Partner: Vera Hrabankova


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Existentialism - some titles (13 items)
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Most read authors (38 items)
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Memorable Quotes (10 items)
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Favorite Fiction Authors & their Best Books (63 items)
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Writers From The Communist Era (9 items)
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Published 6 years, 1 month ago 1 comment

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2. The Joke (1969) (1969)
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My Favourite Writers (59 books items)

"15 stars 1967 Žert *** 1979 Kniha Smíchu a Zapomnĕní *** 1984 Nesnesitelná Lehkost Bytí *** 1990 Immortality *** 1998 L'Identité***"


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Writers From The Communist Era (9 person items)

"Though he distances himself from it now, Milan Kundera wrote his best work in response to the communist tide that swept his home country of Czechoslovakia in the late 1940s. He would eventually be exiled to France because of his critique of the regime, but the books he wrote before that, such as The Joke and Life is Elsewhere, combine stories from his life, his imagination, and his country’s history into beautifully written, introspective displays of what communism did to the mind and the soul"