It was an ugly time. But I started a couple of wonderful relationships – you can have them even in a concentration camp
Alexandr Kliment was born on January 30, 1929, in Turnov. His father was a Russian émigré and his mother's origin was on a manor in Příšovice. He was trained as a locksmith and later studied art history at the Philosophical Faculty of Charles University and dramatics at the Academy of Musical Arts. He left his studies in the 1950's and then worked as an editor for the state-run pedagogical publishing house. After the success of his prose, "Maria" ("Marie"), he left the publishing house and worked as a freelancer. He also worked for the Czechoslovak Writer, for the film industry and contributed to a number of cultural journals and revues such as Literary Newspaper (Literární noviny), The Flame (Plamen), Orientation (Orientace) and The Sheets (Listy). Since the 1970's, he changed jobs frequently, often times freelancing. He was a signatory to Charter 77 and as a result was subjected to many interrogations by the secret state police. During the so-called normalization period in the sevent ...
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23/02/2017, Tisková zpráva, Post Bellum
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