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His boss calls him a beer-soaked idiot, but Hant'a is able to quote the Talmud, Hegel, Kant and Lao-tzu. In his 35 years as a destroyer of the written word in a police state, he has also rescued many books from the jaws of his hydraulic press. By the Czech author of "Closely Observed Trains".

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ISBN:
9780349102627
Author:
HRABAL, BOHUMIL
Publisher:
TIME WARNER BOOKS
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Edition Description:
NEW ED
Publication Date:
19930527
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Pages:
112
Dimensions:
198 x 127 in.

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"Synopsis" by , His boss calls him a beer-soaked idiot, but Hant'a is able to quote the Talmud, Hegel, Kant and Lao-tzu. In his 35 years as a destroyer of the written word in a police state, he has also rescued many books from the jaws of his hydraulic press. By the Czech author of "Closely Observed Trains".
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