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Review of Prague, Capital of the Twentieth Century (lead review, TLS)

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Prague, Capital of the Twentieth Century is the object of the lead review in the Times Literary Supplement this week.  The Yale historian Marci Shore discusses Prague together with Thomas Ort's Art And Life In Modernist Prague: Karel Čapek and his generation, 1911–1938. Shore's essay "Surreal love in Prague" runs to over 3000 words.  She describes Prague as "a pleasure to read, luscious in a sultry kind of way." 

 

Period10/01/2014
  • Derek Sayer

Prague, Capital of the Twentieth Century is the object of the lead review in the Times Literary Supplement this week.  The Yale historian Marci Shore discusses Prague together with Thomas Ort's Art And Life In Modernist Prague: Karel Čapek and his generation, 1911–1938. Shore's essay "Surreal love in Prague" runs to over 3000 words.  She describes Prague as "a pleasure to read, luscious in a sultry kind of way." 

 

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TitleSurreal love in Prague
Media name / outletTimes Literary Supplement
Date10/01/14
Producer / AuthorMarci Shore
PersonsDerek Sayer