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Uvízlé věty Jakuba Guziura

Jakub Guziur's stuck sentences
Pozpátku vpřed!
Moving forward back ahead
Božena Němcová
Ghost

Téma
Margriet de Moorová

Theme
Margriet de Moor
Voda je tady nebezpečnější než postup islámu... (Rozhovor se spisovatelkou Margriet de Moorovou)
Water is more dangerous here than the coming up of Islam... (Interview with the writer Margriet de Moor)
Margriet de Moor
Horší než událost
Worse than an event
Margriet de Moorová
Krása
Beauty
Michal Sýkora
Obyčejný život ve stínu tragédie (Margriet de Moorová: Utonulá)
Ordinary life in the shade of tragedy (Margriet de Moor: The Drowned)

Glosa Dušana Šlosara

Dušan Šlosar's linguistic comment

Kalendárium Libora Vykoupila

Libor Vykoupil's calendar

Kritika

Critique
Jiří Trávníček
Do krajiny českého románu se přivalil obrovitý balvan (Ota Filip: Osmý čili nedokončený životopis)
An enormous boulder has rolled into the landscape of the Czech novel (Ota Filip: The Eight or Unfinished Biography)
Jan Štolba
Trajekt (Petr Hruška: Auta vjíždějí do lodí)
Ferry (Petr Hruška: Cars entering ships)

Rozhovor

Interview

Slova ještě nejsou řeč; jenom řečiště... (Tři otázky pro Jonáše Hájka)
Words are not speech yet... (Three questions for Jonáš Hájek)

Beletrie

Fiction
Veronika Büchlerová
Tančíš zítra?
Are you dancing tomorrow?

Rozhovor

Interview

Literatura devatenáctého století je nám antropologicky blízká (Rozhovor s Jaroslavou Janáčkovou)
Literature of the 19th century is anthropologically close to us (Interview with Jaroslava Janáčková)

Rozhledy

Lookout
Martin Reissner
Tomeček a jeho ilustrátoři (Jiskřivý dialog slova a obrazu)
Tomeček and his illustrators (A witty dialogue of word and image)

Fotografie

Photography
Josef Moucha
Mizogynovo hračkářství (Fotografie Miroslava Tichého)
A misogynist's toyshop (Photographs of Miroslav Tichý)

Recenze

Reviews
Jakub Grombíř
Antologie české poezie II. díl / 1986-2006
Anthology of Czech poetry II (1986-2006)
Petra Havelková
Jáchym Topol: Supermarket sovětských hrdinů
Jáchym Topol: Supermarket of Soviet heroes
Pavel Ondračka
Tomáš Mazal: Putování k Port Arthuru. Cestopis zbabělců
Tomáš Mazal: Travel to Port Arthur. Travelogue of the cowards
Milena M. Marešová
Tomáš Halík: Vzdáleným nablízku. Vášeň a trpělivost v setkání víry s nevírou
Tomáš Halík: Close to the remote. Passion and patience at the meeting of faith and disbelief)
Blanka Kostřicová
Petra Soukupová: K moři
Petra Soukupová: To the sea
Vojtěch Čepelák
Tomáš "Hibi" Matějíček -- Karel Jerie: Šifra mistra Hanky
Tomáš "Hibi" Matějíček -- Karel Jerie: Hanka code
Blanka Kostřicová
Vladimír Borecký: Legenda o Hronu
Vladimír Borecký: The legend of Hron
Daniela Mrázová
Jon Fosse: Ráno a večer
Jon Fosse: Morning and evening
Jan M. Heller
Hans Henny Jahnn: Třináct podivných příběhů
Hans Henny Jahnn: Thirteen strange stories
Petr Glombíček
Friedrich Nietzsche: O pravdě a lži ve smyslu nikoli morálním
Friedrich Nietzsche: On truth and lies in a nonmoral sense
Milena Fucimanová
Zdeněk Volf: A mrvě prsteny
Zdeněk Volf: Rings for manure
Helena Hradská
Meyer Schapiro: Dílo a styl
Meyer Schapiro: Work and style
Jakub Guziur
Murray Lerner: The Other Side of the Mirror: Bob Dylan Live at the Newport Folk Festival 1963-1965

Periskop

Periscope
Pavel Ondračka
Prostor pro intuici, Dům U Zlatého prstenu, Praha
Space for intuition, House at the golden ring, Prague

Červotoč

Woodworm
Magdalena Bláhová
Divadlo, nebo tyjátr? (Divadlo a společnost)
Theatre and society

Zoom

Kamil Věchýtek
Across the Universe, režie Julie Taymorová, USA 2007
Across the Universe, direction Julie Taymorová, USA 2007

Telegraficky

Telegraphic reviews
Kateřina Bukovjanová
Poezie po čtyřicítce
Poetry after the age of 40

Světová literatura

World literature

Téma: Současná běloruská poezie

Theme: Contemporary Belorusan poetry
Andrej Chadanovič
Obchodníci se vzduchem
Wind dealer
Aljaksandr Fjaduta
Poezie politického marasmu
Poetry of political marasmus

Možná se nemodlíme k těm správným bohům... (Současná běloruská poezie)
Possibly we don't pray to the right gods... (Contemporary Belarusian poetry)

Beletrie

Fiction
Michal Spáda
Dovedu se ohodnotit...
I can rate myself

K objevení svérázného spisovatele Miroslava Šustka
Discovery of the peculiar writer Miroslav Šustek
Miroslav Šustek
Pokoj slepé ženy a jiné povídky
Blind woman's room and other stories

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