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"Sayer’s erudition is nothing short of remarkable ... This same erudition, however, leaves many questions unanswered and a sense of opportunity lost." Compares the book with Ripellino's Magic Prague, concluding: "In both books, traditional scholarly methods give way to stark imagery and playful language that create a palpable sense of place. The question, then, is whether the sacrifice is worth the gain."
|Original title||Prague, Capital of the Twentieth Century|
|Media||Austrian History Yearbook No. 45, 2014, pp. 272-3|
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