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Kundera

[koo n-der-uh; Czech koo n-de-rah] /kʊnˈdɛr ə; Czech ˈkʊn dɛ rɑ/
noun
1.
Milan, born 1929, Czech-born novelist resident in France.
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  • But, at least in this work, Kadare lacks Kundera's ability to show the links between our carnal and our philosophical selves.

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  • Kundera was reacting against the efforts of 20th-century totalitarian regimes to refashion novelists as propagandists.

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Kundera

/ˈkʌndərə/
noun
1.
Milan. born 1929, Czech novelist living in France. His novels include The Book of Laughter and Forgetting (1979), The Unbearable Lightness of Being (1984), and Ignorance (2002)
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