Letter to Colleagues

Kohout, Pavel
September 1975
New Republic;9/6/75, Vol. 173 Issue 10, p21
Discusses an open letter written by a playwright to his friends on June 9, 1975. Participation of Czech and Slovak writers in the development of national culture; Difficulties faced by writers in publishing their work outside Czechoslovakia; Attempt of the author to continue writing and create a legal possibility for at least the most elementary confrontation amongst writers and the circle of readers; Views of the author on changes in the styles of writing of authors.


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