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Episode 185: Bohumil Hrabal, Closely Watched Trains

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This week on the podcast, we attempt to answer the age-old question: Do you read the foreward first, or do you wait and go back to it once you’re finished with the book? Also we dig into a classic of Czech literature, talk about translations, and for some reason we do a pretty deep dive into the McDonaldland universe.

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Author: mikeingram25

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One thought on “Episode 185: Bohumil Hrabal, Closely Watched Trains

  1. I finally listened to this episode and left wanting to read Too Loud a Solitude more than this book.

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