In Search of Homo Sapiens: Twenty-five Contemporary Slovak Short Stories
Pavol Hudík, Heather Trebatická, Lucy Bednár
Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, Jan 1, 2002 - Fiction - 264 pages
In Search of Homo Sapiens represents the crystallization of the thinking and writing of the Slovak intelligentsia. For the first time the English-speaking world will see the output of some of the most prominent Slovak thinkers and writers, their reflections on contemporary life, world politics, personal lifestyles, and social ideologies. A welcome contribution to current literature, social commentary, and philosophy of life.
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