The Czech literary scene grapples with market conditions and how-to books by Daniel Anyz and Tomas Vrba PRAGUE-Books have always been important to the Czech people, especially during hard times. In centuries past, they preserved illegal Czech-language copies of the Bible. Under communism, hungry for every good book, they stood in long lines whenever a […]

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