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e conferred on Mr Andrzej Sławomir Jagodzińskifrom Poland. Moderated by Jiřina Šmejkalová (CZ-UK).Interpreted: Czech, English[ Book World Ltd., Pavel Theiner2.00 p.m.–2.50 p.m.LITERARY CAFÉ – RIGHT WING (BALCONY, LEFT) Rolf Lappert – author’s readingSwiss writer Rolf Lappert will be reading from hisnovel Aus den Inseln des lezten Lichts (Islands of theDying Light). This event is part of the literary programme“DAS BUCH”, which presents literaturewritten in German from Germany, Austria andSwitzerland. Interpreting into Czech available.[ Swiss Embassy2.00 p.m. S 106 – CENTRAL HALLThomas Gunzig – signing[ Representation of Wallonia-Brussels2.00 p.m. L 408 – LEFT WINGLaurent Binet – signing[ French Institute Prague, Argo3.00 p.m.–3.50 p.m.LITERARY CAFÉ – RIGHT WING (BALCONY, LEFT) Jan Costin Wagner – author’s readingGerman author Jan Costin Wagner will be readingfrom his novel Silence. This event is part of the literaryprogramme “DAS BUCH”, which presents literaturewritten in German from Germany, Austriaand Switzerland. Interpreting into Czech available.[ Goethe-Institut3.00 p.m.–3.50 p.m.GROWING WITH THE BOOK THEATRE – RIGHT WINGDavid Grossman – author’s readingand discussionThe leading figure of Israeli prose reads from Someoneto Run With, his most successful book.[ Mladá fronta, a.s.3.00 p.m.–3.50 p.m.LARGE THEATRE – CENTRAL HALLThe colourful tones of the SonnetsMartin Hilský, a leading authority on Shakespeareand translator of his works, will introduce translationsof Shakespeare’s Sonnets from various Europeancountries. Several European translatorswill talk about the history of the translation ofShakespeare’s sonnets into their own languages.Interpreted: Czech, English[ Czech Literary Translators’ Guild, CEATL (EuropeanCouncil of Literary Translators’ Associations)4.00 p.m.–4.50 p.m.LITERARY CAFÉ – RIGHT WING (BALCONY, LEFT) The carnival lives of Caribbean womenStaged reading by American writer and teacher ofcreative writing Brenda Flanagan, whose latest novelAllah in the Islands describes an Islamic coupd’état in the Caribbean. Flanagan is currently atwork on a collection of short stories on the lives ofCzech women under communism and a book aboutEva Švankmajerová, whom she sees as the ‘mom’ ofmodern Czech surrealism. The discussion with theauthor will be interpreted into Czech and Czechtranslations of her stories will be available.Interpreted: Czech, English[ Josef Škvorecký Literary Academy, US Embassy,Book World Ltd.4.00 p.m.–5.20 p.m.LITERARY THEATRE – RIGHT WINGOriental Studies and Orientalists in thestudy of Islamic civilizationsParticipants: Ali bin Ibrahim Al-Hamad al-Namlah(Saudi Arabia), Mustafa bin Omar bin MohammedAl Halabi (Saudi Arabia) and Luboš Kropáček (Instituteof Near Eastern and African Studies, Faculty ofArt, Charles University, Prague)Interpreted: Czech, Arabic[ Ministry of Higher EducationKingdom of Saudi Arabia4.00 p.m.–4.50 p.m. L 301 – LEFT WINGDimitri Verhulst – signingSigning with the highly successful Flemish author,whose novel Goddamn Days on a Goddamn Globehas just been published in the Czech translation ofVeronika Havlíková.[ Mladá fronta, a.s., Representation of Flandersin the Czech Republic4.00 p.m. S 108 – CENTRAL HALLOctavian Sovian, Iulian Ciocan – author’sreadings, presentationReading of extracts from Octavian Sovian’s bookKostas Venetis’ Life, published in 2011 by the Iași,Cartea Românească Publishing House. Extractstranslated by Sorin Paliga. Reading from the bookÎnainte să moară Brejnev [Before Brezhnev Died](published in Czech by Dybbuk in the translation ofJiří Našinec in 2009). Laura Albani, managing directorof the CNI Coresi Publishing House, introducesher most recent publications. Jitka Lukešová will interpret.[ Romanian Cultural Institute Prague76 Po čem není poptávka, je k dostání.


5.00 p.m.–5.50 p.m.AUTHORS’ ROOM – LEFT WINGDimitri Verhulst – author’s readingand discussionAn opportunity to meet the poet and novelist describedas the rising star of Flemish literature, whoseGoddamn Days on a Goddamn Globe – a history ofhumankind in the form of a bold and biting satire –has just been published in Czech. Interpreted.[ Representation of Flanders in the Czech Republic,Mladá fronta, a.s., Book World Ltd.5.00 p.m.–5.50 p.m.SMALL THEATRE – RIGHT WING (BALCONY, LEFT) A presentation of books about RonaldReagan published in the Czech Republic tomark one hundred years since his birthWith John O’Sullivan, author of the book The President,the Pope and the Prime Minister, and Mr RomanJoch, Director of the Civic Institute.Interpreted: Czech, English[ IDEÁL Publishers5.30 p.m.–6:50 p.m.LITERARY THEATRE – RIGHT WINGThe development of literary movements inthe Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the CzechRepublicParticipants: Muhammad ibn AbdulrahmanAl-Hadlaq (Saudi Arabia), Aali Ben Sarhanal-Qurashi (Saudi Arabia), Luboš Kropáček (Instituteof Near Eastern and African Studies, Faculty ofArt, Charles University, Prague), Jaroslav Oliverius(Institute of Near Eastern and African Studies,Faculty of Art, Charles University, Prague).Interpreted: Czech, Arabic[ Ministry of Higher EducationKingdom of Saudi Arabia6.00 p.m.–6.50 p.m.AUTHORS’ ROOM – LEFT WINGKuru – an anti-globalization storyAn opportunity to meet Thomas Gunzig,a well-known writer from Wallonia-Brussels.Moderated by Jovanka Šotolová.Interpreted: Czech, French[ Book World Ltd., Department for Books and thePromotion of Literature – Ministry of the FrenchCommunity of Belgium, Garamond publishers8.00 p.m. KAMPA THEATRE, NOSTICOVA 2A, PRAHA 1TEL: 608 777 540, WWW.DIVADLOKAMPA.CZ.An Arab literary caféGuests at this year’s book fair and literary festivalread from their works and comment on recent revolutionarychanges in the Arab world.With the participation of: Radja Alem (Saudi Arabia),Abdelkader Benali (Netherlands / Morocco),Hassim Blasim (Finland / Iraq), Mansoura Ez Eldin(Egypt) and Hassouna Mosbahi (Tunisia). Moderator:Alexandra Büchler. Musical accompaniment.Interpreted (consecutive): Arabic, English, Czech[ Literature Across Frontiers, Book World Ltd.◗ SATURDAY, 14 May10.30 a.m.–11.50 a.m.LARGE THEATRE – CENTRAL HALLArab revolutionsIn discussion: Abdelkader Benali (Netherlands / Morocco),Khalid Biltagi (Egypt), Mansoura Ez Eldin(Egypt), Hassouna Mosbahi (Tunisia), MagdyAl Shafee (Egypt), Eduard Gombár (CZ).Moderator: Vladimír KrocInterpreted: Arabic, English, Czech[ Book World Ltd., Literature Across Frontiers11.00 a.m.–11.50 a.m.LITERARY CAFÉ – RIGHT WING (BALCONY, LEFT) Michael ScammellAn opportunity to meet Michael Scammell, writer,translator and founder of the magazine Index onCensorship.Interpreted: Czech, English[ Book World Ltd.11.00 a.m. S 106 – CENTRAL HALLThomas Gunzig – signing[ Representation of Wallonia-Brussels12.00 noon – 12.50 p.m.LITERARY CAFÉ – RIGHT WING (BALCONY, LEFT) Alfred Komarek: Twelves Times PoltAlfred Komarek introduces his new detective stories.This event is part of the literary programme“DAS BUCH”, which presents literature written inGerman from Germany, Austria and Switzerland.Interpreting into Czech available.[ Austrian Cultural Forum1.00 p.m.–1.50 p.m.LITERARY THEATRE – RIGHT WINGThe Arabic literary diaspora and exiledebateArab society and literature through the eyes ofauthors who live in and beyond the Arab worldParticipants: Abdelakder Benali (Netherlands / Morocco),Hassim Blasim (Finland / Iraq), Tahar Ben Jelloun(France / Morocco), Hassouna Mosbahi (Tunisia),Fatima Sharafeddine (Lebanon).Tvůj nos je tvůj, i když je to skoba.77


Moderator: František Ondráš (Institute of Near Easternand African Studies, Faculty of Art, CharlesUniversity, Prague)Interpreted: Czech, Arabic, English, French[ Book World Ltd., Literature Across Frontiers1.00 p.m.–1.50 p.m.LITERARY CAFÉ – RIGHT WING (BALCONY, LEFT) Isabel Morf – author’s readingSwiss writer Isabel Morf will read from her novelsSchrottreif (Fit for Scrap) and Satzfetzen (SentenceFragments). This event is part of the literary programme“DAS BUCH”, which presents literature writtenin German from Germany, Austria and Switzerland.Translation into Czech available.[ Swiss Embassy2.00 p.m.–2.50 p.m.LITERARY CAFÉ – RIGHT WING (BALCONY, LEFT) Iris Hanika – author’s readingGerman writer Iris Hanika will read from her novelDas Eigentliche (The Bottom Line). This event is partof the literary programme “DAS BUCH”, which presentsliterature written in German from Germany,Austria and Switzerland. Translation into Czechavailable.Interpreted: Czech, German[ Goethe-Institut2.00 p.m.–3.20 p.m.SMALL THEATRE – RIGHT WING (BALCONY, LEFT)Launch of the books Albania and The Riseand Fall of CommunismWell-known travellers Miroslav Náplava and PetrHorký will launch their new book Albánie (Albania)in the company of British political scientist and historianArchie Brown, who will introduce his ownbook Vzestup a pád komunismu (The Rise and Fallof Communism).[ JOTA publishers3.00 p.m.–3.50 p.m.LITERARY CAFÉ – RIGHT WING (BALCONY, LEFT) Verena Roßbacher: Verlangen nachDrachenVerena Roßbacher introduces her highly successfuldebut. This event is part of the literary programme“DAS BUCH”, which presents literature written inGerman from Germany, Austria and Switzerland.Translation into Czech available.Interpreted: Czech, German[ Austrian Cultural Forum3.00 p.m.–3.50 p.m.LITERARY CAFÉ – RIGHT WINGWomen writers – debateParticipants: Mansoura Ez Eldin (Egypt), Nahla Hanno(Egypt), Fatima Sharafeddine (Lebanon)Moderator: Alice Guthrie (UK)Interpreted: Czech, English, Arabic[ Book World Ltd., Literature Across Frontiers4.00 p.m.–5.20 p.m.LITERARY THEATRE – RIGHT WINGPromoting reading in the Kingdomof Saudi Arabia and the Czech Republicwith a special focus on children andthe younger generationBook-reading traditions and reading levels in bothcountries. Attention of the government and pertinentorganizations to the development of readingin society. Participants: Arwa Dawud SuleymanKhomayis (Saudi Arabia), Asma Abdullah Akholief(Saudi Arabia), Dana Kalinová (BookWorld) and JiříTrávníček (Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University)Interpreted: Czech, Arabic[ Ministry of Higher Education,Kingdom of Saudi Arabia4.00 p.m. S 108 – CENTRAL HALLFloarea Ţuţuianu, Alexandru Vakulovski –author’s readings, presentationFloarea Ţuţuianu will read from his book Poems(Bucharest, Institutul Cultural Român PublishingHouse, 2010). Translated into Czech by Jitka Lukešová.Alexandru Vakulovski: book reading. Translated byJitka Lukešová.Doina Mândru, Director of the Mogoșoaia CulturalCentre in Bucharest, will introduce the followingpublications: The Portrait, Romanian Ceramics, VasileGorduz, Olga Greceanu. Jitka Lukešová will interpretinto Czech.[ Romanian Cultural Institute Prague5.00 p.m.–5.50 p.m.LITERARY CAFÉ – RIGHT WING (BALCONY, LEFT) Index on Censorship on censorshipDiscussion on censorship with the Index on Censorshiporganization, one of the most highly respectedcampaigners for freedom of expression on theworld stage. Taking part in the discussion andanswering your questions will be co-founder of theIndex Michael Scammell, erstwhile executive editorPhilip Spender and current editor Jo Glanville. They78 Průvodcem člověka je srdce.


will focus on how censorship and the battle forfreedom of expression is changing, where and whythis campaign is fought, together with other questionsand problems connected with censorship.Interpreted: Czech, English[ Book World Ltd., Index on Censorship5.30 p.m.–7.00 p.m.LARGE THEATRE – CENTRAL HALLTahar Ben JellounA discussion with the distinguished Moroccan writerwho lives in France. Moderated by Anežka Charvátová.Interpreted: Czech, French[ BookWorld Ltd., Literature Across Frontiers,French Institute, FRA5.30 p.m.–6.50 p.m.LITERARY THEATRE – RIGHT WINGFrom Literature to FilmAn international panel including writers JaroslavRudiš, Petra Soukupová, Michal Viewegh and DavidJan Novotný, screenwriter Marek Epstein, directorJan Hřebejk, director / producer David Ondříčekand producer Jiří Konečný discuss topics from worksof literature that inspire film-makers, the influenceof the author of the book on the screenplay, andcopyright relations between publisher, literaryagent, director and producer. Also taking part isJan Yager, a consultant from the USA who is anexpert on matters of copyright.Moderated by Tomáš Baldýnský.Interpreted: Czech, English,[ Book World Ltd.◗ SUNDAY, 15 May12.30 p.m.–1.50 p.m.LARGE THEATRE – CENTRAL HALLAn initiative by King Abdullahas part of an international dialogueParticipants: Abdul Muhsin Sameeh (Saudi Arabia),Luboš Kropáček (Institute of Near Eastern and AfricanStudies – Faculty of Arts, Charles University,Prague).Interpreted: Czech, Arabic[ Ministry of Higher EducationKingdom of Saudi Arabia1.20 p.m.–1.50 p.m.LITERARY THEATRE – RIGHT WINGThe fantastical world of the ancientArabic poetsMeditations on the origins and use of symbols aswell as metaphorical and metonymical imagery inthe work of these poets, who by their lines laid thefoundations of the Arabic poetic tradition.A mythological-psychological approach to the artof the ‘poets of the desert’ allows today’s reader tograsp the importance they placed on ethical andaesthetic values.Presenter: Hosna Abd al-Samie-Ondrášová, Facultyof Arts of Ain Shams University in Cairo, EgyptInterpreted: Czech, Arabic[ Book World Ltd., Institute of Near Eastern and AfricanStudies (Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague)Samo od sebe nepřijde nic.79

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