Just as authors, publishers, and readers in the Visegrad countries often circumvented communist-era obstacles to the free dissemination of the printed word, they are now finding wags to foil the challenges of the market economy. 'Commercialization' has not killed the region's long publishing tradition, but begun another chapter in that history

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