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" Kafka's story, explaining that the condition of exile is "a tightrope high above the ground without the net afforded a person by the country where he has his family, colleagues, and friends, and where he can easily say what he has to say in a language... "
Bilingualism in International Schools: A Model for Enriching Language Education - Page 14
by Maurice Carder - 2007 - 224 pages
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the art of memory in exile vladimir nabokov & milan kundera: Vladimir ...

hana pichova - Literary Criticism
...works, describes exile in terms reminiscent of Kafka's story, explaining that the condition of exile is "a tightrope high above the ground without the net...what he has to say in a language he has known from childhood."3 To live as an emigre is to struggle to maintain a tenuous balance as if at a precarious...
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Rockin' in Red Square: Critical Approaches to International Education in the ...

Walter Grünzweig, Nana Rinehart - Education - 2002 - 220 pages
...integrate into Spanish culture? In his novel The Unbearable Lightness of Being Milan Kundera observes: Being in a foreign country means walking a tightrope...to say in a language he has known from childhood. (Kundera 1984, 75) While this statement is certainly true for many who live abroad, data from this...
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Intersecting senses

Alexander Deriev - 2004 - 214 pages
...IE VOYAGE Milan Kundera, the most prominent Czech emigre writer, defines the condition of exile as a "tight-rope high above the ground without the net afforded a person by the country where he has family, colleagues, and friends, and where he can easily say what he has to say in a language he has...
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Cracking the ACT: With Sample Tests: 2005 Edition

Geoff Martz, Kim Magloire, Theodore Silver - Study Aids - 2005 - 533 pages
...of tolerating this absolutely insignificant incident. Being in a foreign country means walking a 40 tightrope high above the ground without the net afforded...to say in a language he has known from childhood. In Prague, she was dependent on Tomas 45 only when it came to the heart; here, she was dependent on...
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