Jozef Mak

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Slavica Publishers, 1985 - Fiction - 232 pages
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User Review  - Peter Perhac - Goodreads

I don't generally like tragedies but this one was all right. I was quite glad to have read this piece. I am indeed making plans to read more of my home country's classics. All in due time Read full review

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About the author (1985)

A prominent Slovak fiction writer, Jozef Ciger-Hronsky depicted in a realistic fashion the village life in Slovakia and the difficulties the peasants experienced coping with the encroaching urban civilization. He was particularly interested in people's relationship to nature, developing his own idea of the natural human. In 1945 Ciger-Hronsky emigrated to Argentina where he later died, but his interest in his native land never waned as he continued to use Slovak themes in his works.

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