Translation: Teťjána OkopnáThe novel is following the stories of two characters – a pubertal punker girl growing up in the period of decaying socialism in the frontier town of Jeseník and of an aging bar-owner Oleho from an East-German town at the turn of the millennium. Their lives are fatally crossing after a concert of the music group Die toten Hosen.
Čte: Kristína Farkašová
At the time of the First Republic the Jurenák Palace was a seat of a Slovak subsidiary of the Prague Živnobanka. Its back tract had been for tens of years “a parking space” for carriages and vehicles supplying the palace. Today it serves as a police station, supervising the order in the Old Town.
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