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Revolver Revue 91 (2013)
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91 (2013)

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Summary (cs) (en)

Anna Magdalena Schwarzová (14. 3. 1921)

Adam Drda
Sestra Magdalena
Sister Magdalena

Krchovský

J. H. Krchovský
Nové básně a etudy (2011-2013)
New poems and etudes (2011-2013)
Transcription of a debate with J. H. Krchovský
Mrtví mohou, ba musí tančit
Dead can, in fact must dance
Ivo Pelichovský
Metropolis - industriální kresby
Metropolis - industrial drawings

Socha

Martin Socha
Anagramy (duchum)
Anagrams (to the spirits)
Viktor Karlík speaks with Martin Socha
Rozhovor o Anagramech
Interview about the Anagrams
kunstWerk
My a On / 2012
Us and Him / 2012
Charles Townsend
Limeriky
Limericks
Viktor Karlík
Výstřižky 88
Clippings 88

Němec

Viktor Karlík
Dobré dílo a velká voda
A good work and a big flood
Ondřej Němec
Photographs
Fotografie

Torres

Petr Onufer
K románovému debutu Justina Torrese
About Justin Torres' novel debut
Justin Torres
My, zvířata
We, the animals

Blexbolex

Juraj Horváth
Blexbolex, Katalog světa
Blexbolex, Catalogue of the world
Blexbolex
Z prací
Selection of works
Juraj and Tereza Horváth speak with Bernard Granger aka Blexbolexem
O Zemi nikoho a obrazech, které jsou všech...
About the no man's land and paintings that belong to all...

Čaroděj / Filmy

The Sorcerer / Films
Nezávislost byla samozřejmostí
Being independent was a given
Viktor Karlík and Terezie Pokorná speak with Blumfeldem S. M. /The Sorcerer
1984 (z filmu na motivy románu George Orwella)
1984 (extract from a film based on George Orwell's novel)
Karel Haloun
Asfalty aneb Krása oprav
Asphalts or The Beauty or reparations

Scenáristická Dílna/III.

Screenwriting Workshop/III.
Lucie Bokšteflová
Z prací studentů KSD FAMU pro RR vybírá Martin Ryšavý. Petr Babák představuje (Duši)
From the work of students of FAMU's Scriptwriting and dramaturgical department, selected for RR by Martin Ryšavý. Petr Babák introduces (The Soul)

Lem/Mrożek

Stanisław Lem, Sławomir Mrożek
Korespondence
Correspondence

Ateliéry 2013/XXXIV.

Ateliers 2013 / XXXIV.
Jiří Štourač
Projekt Viktora Karlíka a Karla Cudlína
A project by Viktor Karlík and Karel Cudlín

Kubišta

Petr Jindra
"Náš" Bohumil Kubišta očima amerických historiků umění
"Our" Bohumil Kubišta as seen through the eyes of American art historians

Couleur

Pavla Pečinková
Uvidíš radost a hovno (nad výstavou a monografií Ivana Sobotky)
You"ll see joy and crap (on Ivan Sobotka's exhibition and monograph)
Marek Vajchr
The code of Balabán's poetics (on the third volume of Jan Balabán's complete works)
Hana Kosáková
Ulické román-dokument (o knize Daniel Stein, překladatel)
Ulická's novel-document (about the book Daniel Stein, translator)
Hana Ulmanová
Dekonstrukce lásky (k románu Jeffreyho Eugenidese Hra o manželství)
The deconstruction of love (about Jeffrey Eugenides' novel The Marriage Plot)
Tereza Marečková
Ibsen: cynicky a rychle (o Nebeského inscenaci Eyolfka v Divadle v Dlouhé)
Ibsen: cynically and quickly (about Nebeský's staging of Eyolfek in Theater V Dlouhé)
Veronika Tuckerová
Nejen o literárním kánonu z Texasu (Harry Ransom Center v Austinu)
Not only about the literary canon of Texas (The Harry Ransom Center in Austin)
Martin Hybler
Rodinná věda Emmanuela Todda (o knize Původ rodinných systémů)
Emmanuel Todd's family science (about the book The Origin of Family Systems)
Petr Adámek
Zapomnění jako nástroj, nebo úděl (nad Hulíkovou knihou Kinematografie zapomnění)
Oblivion as tool or as fate (about Hulík's book The Cinematography of oblivion)
Karel Haloun
Géniovi pomocníci aneb Karel Malich v Jízdárně Pražského hradu
The Genius' assistants or Karel Malich in Prague Castle's Riding hall
Petr Onufer
Prezident literát (k inauguračnímu projevu Miloše Zemana)
A president man of letters (about Miloš Zeman's inauguration speach)
Viktor Karlík
Doba bronzová
The Bronze Age

Zvláštní Příloha

Special Supplement
Ludmila Vachtová
Jedna věta
One sentence


 

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