Category Archives: Kundera

The Unbearable Lightness of Chocolate

Imagine a young passionate yet inexperienced man, trying to impress his dear lady with a gift. He's faced with two conflicting objectives. First, he wants to make an¬†everlasting impact. He wants his gift to have some form of permanent impact … Continue reading

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Graphomania - Desire to write

In his book The book of laughter and forgetting,¬†Kundera makes a cynical criticism on graphomania - desire to write. The reason we write books is that our kids don't give a damn. We turn to an anonymous world because our … Continue reading

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