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On the Other Side
Book details:
Pages: 144

Original Title On the Other Side (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture & Thought: Translation S)

ISBN 0929497422 (ISBN13: 9780929497426 )

Edition Language English


Book description:

It is early spring, in 1990 when the border between Austria and its former Iron Curtain adversary, Czechoslovakia, has fallen. After fifty years of enmity the two countries face an uncertain future as neighbors.The author poses the crucial question: What will happen, in our enlightened age, when East meets West? Within his fictional microcosm he offers a sobering glimpse of the effect on two "sister cities" on either side of the Austro-Czech border, as the Cold War ends and the Cool Peace begins.




Book Authors:

Gerald Szyszkowitz

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Todd C. Hanlin

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