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In 1997 kwam de Tsjech Bohumil Hrabal om het leven door een val uit een raam van het ziekenhuis waarin hij ter revalidatie was opgenomen. Hij liet een indrukwekkende hoeveelheid verhalen en teksten na: zijn Verzameld werk telt negentien delen. Vertaler Kees Mercks maakte uit deze omvangrijke literaire erfenis een selectie, waarbij hij vooral koos voor verhalen die in Tsjec ...more
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Published 2002 by Bert Bakker (first published 1990)
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Born in Brno-Židenice, Moravia, he lived briefly in Polná, but was raised in the Nymburk brewery as the manager's stepson.

Hrabal received a Law degree from Prague's Charles University, and lived in the city from the late 1940s on.

He worked as a manual laborer alongside Vladimír Boudník in the Kladno ironworks in the 1950s, an experience which inspired the "hyper-realist" texts he was writing at t
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