Author: Milan Kundera
Kundera’s essay has been written like a novel. In the course of nine separate sections, the same characters meet and cross paths with each other. Stravinsky and Kafka with their odd friends Ansermet and Brod; Hemingway with his biographer; Jan�cek with his little nation; and Rabelais with his heirs – the great novelists.In the light of their wisdom this book examines some….Read More
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