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Prague, Capital of the Twentieth Century listed in Financial Times "books of the year so far"

Press clipping: Research

Publication date28/06/13

"In this erudite, witty and well-illustrated book, Sayer restores Czech avant-garde art between the two world wars to its rightful position at the heart  of European culture. A worthy successor to Sayer’s much-praised The Coasts of Bohemia (1998), which traced the evolution of Czech identity down the centuries."

The Financial Times lists Prague, Capital of the Twentieth Century in its Summer Books Guide as one of its "books of the year so far."

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/b995a37e-df5c-11e2-881f-00144feab7de.html#axzz2YB8DVyCk

References

Original titleSummer Books Guide
AuthorTony Barber
MediaFinancial Times