Czech-born novelist Milan Kundera’s second book Life is Elsewhere (1973) has been published for the first time in the Czech Republic. The news was confirmed by Jana Uhdeová of Atlantis publishers in Brno for the Czech News Agency. Life is Elsewhere came out in Czech only once before, in Canada in 1979 by 68 Publishers run by Josef Škvorecký and Zdena Salivarová. Kundera has written in French since the 1990s; his last novel that was written in Czech was Immortality.
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