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Program

28 Apr 2008 00:00 - 00:00

Remembering 1968: Ivan Klima with John Tusa

Writer Ivan Klima had already survived a concentration camp and the Stalinist communist regime when, in 1968, the Soviet tanks rolled into Czechoslovakia and ended the liberal experiment of the Prague Spring.


Klima chose to return home from London to a life of persecution and a total
publication ban. A seminal voice of Prague, Czech and world literature and, alongside Vaclav Havel, an icon of intellectual resistance. He talks to Czech-born broadcaster and journalist, Sir John Tusa, about freedom, honesty, love and politics.

Admission: £6 (£4 concs)

Info: 0870 444 1500, www.bl.uk

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Part of Czech / European Years - events dedicated to anniversaries of seminal years of modern Czech / European history.



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“All Power to the Imagination! 1968 and Its Legacies” marks the creative resistance of a remarkable year, while placing its lessons in the context of our own times. From April to June and across London, this major season explores 1968 culture, politics and thought and their manifestations in cinema, visual art, literature, music and activism. www.1968.org.uk

 

 

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Venue:

30 Kensington Palace Gardens
W8 4QY London
United Kingdom

Date

28 Apr 2008 00:00 - 00:00

Organizer:

British Library


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