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Václav Havel’s Prague. A Guide to Buildings and Places with a Role in the Life of the Playwright, Dissident and President Zdeněk Lukeš

 299 CZK  399 CZK

Written by a leading historian of Czech architecture, this guidebook, comprising several chapters accompanied by photographs by Pavel Hroch and others, presents works of Prague architecture bulit by Vaclav Havel’s grandfather and father, including the Lucerna and buildings in the district of Barrandov, as well as places connected with Havel’s childhood and youth, the period of his success as a dramatist, and his years as a dissident. 

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Havel. A life Michael Žantovský

 589 CZKSold out

Vaclav Havel: iconoclast and philosopher king, an internationally successful playwright who became a political dissident and then, reluctantly, a president. 

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Europe as Task. Selected Speeches Václav Havel

 289 CZKSold out

The collection of Václav Havel’s presidential speeches dealing with the topic of European integration.

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NATO, Europe, and the Security of Democracy Václav Havel

 289 CZKSold out

Selected speeches, articles, and interviews by Václav Havel  from 1990 to 2002, devoted to the issues of North Atlantic Alliance, European security and the security of democracy.

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Summer Meditation Václav Havel

 379 CZK

A personal political testament originally written by Václav Havel in the summer of 1991 during his first presidential term.

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To the Castle and Back Václav Havel

 399 CZK

From Václav Havel comes this first-hand account of his years in office and the transition to democracy following the fall of Communism.

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Open Letters. Selected Writings 1956-1990 Václav Havel

 389 CZK

The selection of Havel's 25 best essays written since 1965 

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The Power of the Powerless Václav Havel

 199 CZK

Václav Havel's well known essay, written in 1978, was a description of resistance to totalitarianism.

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Havel. A Life (paperback) Michael Žantovský

 519 CZKSold out

Vaclav Havel: iconoclast and philosopher king, an internationally successful playwright who became a political dissident and then, reluctantly, a president. 

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Václav Havel – Bořek Šípek. Castle Works 1992–2002 Petr Volf

 999 CZK

The pictorial publication traces the cooperation of President Havel and his castle architect B. Šípek in the years 1992 - 2002 in the renovation of Prague Castle.


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