Albanian Spring: The Anatomy of Tyranny

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Saqi Books, 1995 - Albania - 202 pages
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Ismail Kadare, Albania's foremost literary figure, went into self-imposed exile to France in October 1990. The Albanian Spring had proved no more substantial than the Prague Spring many years earlier.

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About the author (1995)

Ismail Kadare is the most prominent of contemporary Albanian writers. He has written poetry, short stories, literary criticism, and seven novels. His works have been translated and published in more than two dozen countries. An internationally known figure, he has visited and lectured in many countries. He was also a representative to Albania's People's Assembly. In 1990 Kadare left Albania for Paris where he became openly dissident.

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