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by Jan Ed. Vladislav
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The unassuming man who taught, through plays and politics, how tyranny may be defied and overcome. HAD communists not seized power in his homeland in 1948, Vaclav Havel would have been simply a distinguished Central European intellectual. That is how, triumphantly, he ended his career.
by Václav Havel · Vera Blackwell · George Theiner · Jan Novák. Vaclav Havel: Or Living in Truth. In a book written while he was president of Czechoslovakia, Vaclav Havel combines the same powerful eloquence, moral passion, and abiding wisdom that informed his writing as a dissident and playwright, with a candor unprecedented from one with the broad p. Temptation. by Václav Havel · Marie Winn.
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Václav Havel: Living In Truth. Both books reflect the essence of the man, his honesty and humanity. Václav Havel: Living In Truth. Living in Truth is a compilation of six essays he wrote between 1975 and 1985, including the now classic "Power of the Powerless," plus a number of writings to or about Havel by distinguished contemporaries, among them Samuel Beckett, Milan Kundera and Tom Stoppard.
Havel, Václav; Vladislav, Jan, 1923 .
Havel, Václav; Vladislav, Jan, 1923-. 1. Six texts by Václav Havel - pt. 2. Sixteen texts for Václav Havel.
David Crowley and Susan E. Reid (eds), Pleasures in Socialism: Leisure and Luxury in the Eastern Bloc (Chicago: Northwestern University Press, 2012), p. 190-191. 23. Anti-politics, p. 103.