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Review of Prague, Capital of the Twentieth Century (Austrian History Yearbook)

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Publication date20/04/14

"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 titlePrague, Capital of the Twentieth Century
AuthorChad Bryant
MediaAustrian History Yearbook No. 45, 2014, pp. 272-3

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