Item Details

The Great Czech Navy

stories by Richard Katrovas
Format
Book
Published
Pittsburgh : Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2018.
Language
English
Uniform Title
Short Stories
Series
Carnegie Mellon Short Fiction Series
Carnegie Mellon Series in Short Fiction
ISBN
9780887486425, 0887486428
Summary
Written over the course of more than twenty years, 'The Great Czech Navy' is a collection of stories that chronicles the relationship between Czech citizens and Americans who chose to live in their midst from 1990 more or less to the present. Post-Velvet Revolution Prague is the stage on which a new nation's ancient culture is encountered by American expatriates often ill-prepared to fathom its depth and complexity, but who are dazzled by its beauty and inscrutable relation to the rest of the world.
Description
176 pages ; 23 cm.
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