Ever Green Is--: Selected Prose

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Northwestern University Press, 2002 - Fiction - 193 pages
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Hailed as one of the most important Eastern European writers of the post-Communist era, Pavel Vilikovsky actually began his career in 1965. But the political content of his writing and its straightforward treatment of such taboo topics as bisexuality kept him from publishing the works collected here until after the Velvet Revolution.

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EVER GREEN IS...: Selected Prose

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There's a little of Bohumil Hrabal's playfulness and Karel Capek's bracing good-natured contempt for image cultivators and ideologues in this fine collection of three astringent tales, by a versatile ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Pavel Vilikovský published his first collection of stories in 1965 and has published numerous other works in his native Slovakia. In 1997 Vilikovský won the Vilenica Award for Central European literature.

Charles Sabatos is a translator living in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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