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A Bohemian Youth

by Josef Hiršal

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0810115921, Paperback)

Set in the First Czechoslovak Republic, A BOHEMIAN YOUTH is at once a wrenching and hilarious tale of its hero's emotional and sexual awakening and a social history of the first rank. It abounds in intimate detail not found in history books--the manners of a Slovak servant girl, the mores of the town's homosexual, the sounds of popular music, the way people eat in wartime. Playful sophistication with a central European flavor .

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The story of a peasant family in 1930s Bohemia, Czechoslovakia, through the eyes of a village youth. A portrait of country life, offering details on such subjects as the manners of a Slovak servant girl and the way people eat in wartime.

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