Item Details

My Crazy Century

Ivan Klíma ; translated from the Czech by Craig Cravens
Format
Book
Published
New York : Grove Press, [2013]
Language
Translated from the Czech
Uniform Title
Moje Šílené Století English
ISBN
0802121705, 9780802121707, 9780802193018 (eBook)
Summary
Czech writer Ivan Klima masterfully recounts, first, what it was like for him as a Jewish child confronting with his family the inhumanities of the Theresienstadt concentration camp situated at the edge of their hometown, Prague. Then, more fully, he painstakingly recalls what it was like for him and his countrymen after the Nazi thugs were driven out by the Soviet Army and replaced for four decades by the Communist thugs.
Description
534 p. : portraits ; 24 cm
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