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Total Viewegh (5. 2. 2014)

Added: February 6, 2014

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The 26th book by the best-selling Czech novelist describes his sudden serious illness, subsequent battle for life and the life that he has been left with. Author / Reading: Michael Viewegh Speaker: Jiří Peňás, the head of newspaper Lidové noviny’s arts section and a literary critic. Presented by: Martin Reiner, director of the Druhé město publishing house. “Six months ago I was enjoying wines from Argentina. But now I’m as half-blind as a mole, I’m not allowed wine, I can’t remember anything and everything scares me. All anti-depressants do is stop me from jumping off Nusle Bridge. Painful conditions incompatible with life have turned into an annoying, sleepy helplessness…”


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