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Judge On Trial by Ivan Klima
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Judge On Trial

by Ivan Klima

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0679737561, Paperback)

Part thriller, part domestic tragedy, at once political and intensely personal, Ivan Kilma's epicly scaled new novel is an inquest into the compromises that turned even the best citizens of Czechoslovakia into accomplices of its late totalitarian regime. "Enormously powerful."--New York Times Book Review.

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Part thriller, part domestic tragedy, at once political and intensely personal, Ivan Kilma's epicly scaled new novel is an inquest into the compromises that turned even the best citizens of Czechoslovakia into accomplices of its late totalitarian regime. "Enormously powerful."--New York Times Book Review.

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