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eBook Talkin' Moscow Blues ePub

by Josef Skvorecky

  • ISBN: 0571140807
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Josef Skvorecky
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Faber and Faber; Third Edition edition (1989)
  • Pages: 384
  • ePub book: 1443 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1876 kb
  • Other: doc txt lit lrf
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 291

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His non-fiction works include Talkin' Moscow Blues, a book of essays on jazz, literature and politics, an. .After Škvorecký fled the Warsaw Pact invasion the synopsis was translated into English, but no film was made.

His non-fiction works include Talkin' Moscow Blues, a book of essays on jazz, literature and politics, an autobiography Headed for the Blues, and two books on the Czech cinema including All the Bright Young Men and Women. kvorecký wrote for films and television. The feature film The Tank Battalion was adapted from his novel The Republic of Whores. After Škvorecký fled the Warsaw Pact invasion the synopsis was translated into English, but no film was made Prominent in his writing for radio was a long-running monthly series on literature for Voice of America.

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According to my opinion, Josef Skvorecky is the most important Czech writer of my generation, even better than Milan Kundera, certainly with more integrity.

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Skvorecky left Czechoslovakia in 1968 and now teaches at the University of Toronto. He also publishes books of Czech emigre writers

Skvorecky left Czechoslovakia in 1968 and now teaches at the University of Toronto. He also publishes books of Czech emigre writers. In 1980 he received the Neustadt International Prize for Literature. By (author) Josef Skvorecky. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Talkin’ Moscow Blues. Published in Canada in 1995 by Vintage Books Canada, a division of Random House of Canada Limited, Toronto. First published in Czechoslovakia in 1958 under the titles Zbabělci. First published in Great Britain in 1958 by Victor Gollancz Ltd. First published in Canada in 1980 by Penguin Books Canada Ltd. Distributed by Random House of Canada Limited, Toronto.

Book by Skvorecky, Josef. About the Author: JOSEF SKVORECKY is an award-winning author whose novels include An Inexplicable Story, The Bass Saxophone, The Mournful Demeanor of Lieutenant Boruvka, and The Swell Season. He has also written many short stories and film scripts, and is the winner of the 1980 Neustadt International Prize for Literature.

Included are his views on the nature of art, politics, freedom, writers and film-makers.

Skvorecky's speech was a disturbing reminder that "human rights" can be and have been abused by regimes of the left as well as of the right. To some left-leaning members of the audience, it was not what they had come to hear. FRANKLY, I FEEL frustrated whenever I have to talk about revolution for the benefit of people who have never been through one. They are - if you'll excuse the platitude - like a child who doesn't believe that fire hurts, until he burns himself