Igor Bobkov: Czechs more than Belarusians sense of form

Kalinowski: "What work have you read?"Bobkov, "Cafe" Utopia "- a story of" Adam and his Klakotsky shadows "and three essays."Kalinowski: "You could say that your prose was philosophical?"Bobkov: "In a certain sense. Though she is a little faster Came down» yatselaya was not philosophical."Kalinowski: "How to take your listeners Czech Came down» yatseluyu prose?"Bobkov: "Hard to say. Some questions all the same defected to the Belarusian situation. In my opinion, sensual contact with the audience, and it is very principle for me was so that there not so much cultural bar» ery much sense might interfere. "Kalinowski: "In your opinion,

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The current guest literary festival in Brno — Hope Artimovich

Hope Artimovich (b. 1946) — poet of Bialystok. Born and lives in Bielsko Podlaskie, Education filyalyaginya, a graduate of the Warsaw Institute. Created seven collections of poetry, among which "The Door" (with poetic commentaries Ales Ryazanov), "sailed serene sky", "yellowish music" (Information about the creator — on the website of the festival).Broadcast of alive — A 19th HOURS on the website of the festival. Now — Hope Artimovich tomorrow — Peter Vasyuchenko*** Jerzy Plyutovich: "Feels great enthusiasm Czechs to Belarus", 14.07.2007 Boris: "Experience Czechs gives hope for change and revival in Belarus", 13.07.2007 Leonid Dranko-Maisyuk: "From 5 years old I

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Boris: Experience Czechs gives hope for change and revival in Belarus

Before reading, he turned to the guests of the festival with following words:"The first time I visited the Czech Republic in the far more in 1988, in Russian time, the visit left a few mind-blowing extraordinary memories. During 1-x, surprisingly, seemed to me people Czechs closed, the worst in themselves and forgive, even scared. When I started read that-something illegal about Stalin and the communists, they were doing a finger to his lips, and read: "Shhh!". Certainly, I had not met those people, because just a few months in Czechoslovakia occurred "velvet revolution." And that leaves me hope that my

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