By T. Ort

In such a lot modern old writing the image of recent lifestyles in Habsburg vital Europe is a gloomy story of the failure of rationalism and the increase of protofascist pursuits. This ebook tells a unique tale, concentrating on the Czech writers and artists extraordinary by means of their positive view of the realm within the years earlier than WWI.

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