Milan Kundera

Milan Kundera in 1980 Milan Kundera (, ; born 1 April 1929) is a Czech writer who went into exile in France in 1975, becoming a naturalised French citizen in 1981. Kundera's Czechoslovak citizenship was revoked in 1979; he received his Czech citizenship in 2019. He "sees himself as a French writer and insists his work should be studied as French literature and classified as such in book stores".

Kundera's best-known work is ''The Unbearable Lightness of Being''. Prior to the Velvet Revolution of 1989, the communist régime in Czechoslovakia banned his books. He leads a low-profile life and rarely speaks to the media. He was thought to be a contender for the Nobel Prize in Literature, and was also a nominee for other awards. He was awarded the 1985 Jerusalem Prize, in 1987 the Austrian State Prize for European Literature, and the 2000 Herder Prize. Provided by Wikipedia
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Kundera, Milan, 1929- Valčík na rozloučenou / 1997
Kundera, Milan, 1929- Nesmrtelnost : román / 1993
Kundera, Milan, 1929- Druhý sešit směšných lásek / 1966
Kundera, Milan, 1929- Směšné lásky : povídky / 1991
Kundera, Milan, 1929- Můj Janáček / 2004
Kundera, Milan, 1929- La broma / 1991
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