For Czech readers, the famous Scottish author, Simon Mawer, is baptizing the latest novel in Prague Tuesday In the Dobrovský book car in Wenceslas Square, the book from the stormy events in 1968 will also be signed by interested parties.
Mawer Tuesday on a favorable review in Britain. The hope is in 1968 and the head suddenly after the attack of Warsaw troops attacked the author with the sad eyes of Britain, which is a stormy time in Prague. The Czech publisher identifies the book as a tidy, inspiring and sensitive novel that is confirming that Mawer is one of the most talented writers of fascinating historical fiction.
Mawer has dealt with Czech scenes in several of his books. His novel Glass room inspired by the violent result of a famous Brunean township Tugendhat, he won a final prize of the 2009 Book Award, which is a prestigious award for Anglo-American American Literature. In spring 2019, the film should be represented by the director Julius Sevcik, who also published in Czech.
In the Czech environment, as well Glass room a Tuesday The story is also about Mawer's earlier novel Dwarf MendelThe West He tells a story as the founder of today's generation, the priest and Augustinian monastery abbey, Johann Gregor Mendel. He became more familiar with his character even during his first visit to the Czech Republic over forty years ago; Czech readers are riding once and twice. Also Dwarf Mendel nominated for the Man Booker Prize.
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