Letters to Olga: June 1979-September 1982

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Imprisoned in 1979 for supporting the Czech human rights movement, Charter 77, Vaclav Havel, an important European writer and intellectual, wrote weekly to his wife, Olga. His letters contain his reflections on philosophy, the arts and society and are a testimony to his dignity and courage.

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