Karel Capek S Letters From England Have Established Themselves As Masterpieces Of Observation The Letters And Drawings Are Humorous, Insightful And Imbued By A Profound Humanity They Convey A Bemused Admiration For England And The English First Published In The Nineteen Twenties In Lidovc Noviny, The Czechoslovak National Newspaper, Capek S Letters From England Quickly Established Themselves As Masterpieces Of Observation, And Classics Of Modern Czech Prose The Letters Described Europe S Oldest Democracy For The Benefit Of The Citizens Of Europe S Newest, And Capek Was Acutely Aware Of The Deep Down Affinity Between His Countrymen And The English The Same Understated Humour, The Same Unflappability, The Same Quiet Search For Peace, Home And Comfort, The Same Love Of Nature And Animals, Served To Unite The Two People, Both Then And Now Shortly After Letters From England Appeared, Czechoslovakia Was Betrayed By Britain At Munich, And Handed Over To Hitler
Karel apek is one of the the most influential Czech writers of the 20th century He wrote with intelligence and humour on a wide variety of subjects His works are known for their interesting and precise descriptions of reality, and apek is renowned for his excellent work with the Czech language His play R.U.R Rossum s Universal Robots first popularized the word robot.
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