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Schweik returns to service or: the power of culture : Vaclav Havel and Czech literature

Author: Shmuel Thomas Huppert; Israel. Rashut ha-shidur.
Publisher: Jerusalem : Israel. Sherut Hashidur, 1990.
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Named Person: Václav Havel
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shmuel Thomas Huppert; Israel. Rashut ha-shidur.
OCLC Number: 610401789
Notes: An updated version of the radio programme broadcast in the series "Words attempting to reach", by the Department of literature, Israel radio, Jerusalem.
Description: 27 p. : port. ; 23 cm.
Other Titles: Vaclav Havel and Czech literature
Power of culture
Responsibility: written and produced by: Dr. Shmuel Tomas Huppert ; English translation: Aloma Halter.

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