Czech dissident author Jachym Topol speaks out about writing after the fall of communism by Petra Breyerova PRAGUE, Czech Republic–A fighter for freedom and democracy and a signatory of the anticommunist Charter 77 when he was only 24, Czech author Jachym Topol knew he would spend part of his life in prison. What he didn’t […]

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