A book about the loss of youth and illusions, about remnants of Czech culture in Cuba and also about a journey which leads to a new life.
Four women, one man, two continents, two generations, two cultures and two dictatorships — Markéta Pilátová has included quite a lot in her debut novel [The Yellow Eyes Will Lead You Home]. Yet it all works well together due to the author’s skilled use of language.
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
The German premiere of Nationalstrasse took place on 29th January at the Bremen Municipal Theatre.
The annual awards are for Czech authors and illustrators of children’s books.
Diplomat, translator and journalist, Petr Janyška, was chosen as the director of the České literární centrum (Czech Literary Centre).
The annual prize is given to those who selflessly help others in need.
Short stories featured in the book receive international media coverage and are included in a number of readings in the US and Europe.
Brabcová’s last novel was published posthumously to widespread critical acclaim.
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