Socialism and Arts: Portrait of an Artist Outlined by Milan Kundera 25 Years Ago

by Giuseppe Raudino (Copyright: Giuseppe Raudino 2007. All rights reserved)

Sabina is a painter. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts and she lives in Prague until the Sixties. Then she escapes her country and moves to Geneva, to New York and, finally, to California. But Sabina is not a person in flesh and body. She is a character of a novel, and her probable journey from East to West, from Socialism to Capitalism, is told by the Czech writer Milan Kundera in The Unbearable Lightness of Being. [1]

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