“Love and Hate” sounds like a covert operation.
Fortunately, it’s the Festival’s theme—attached to events—in the form of readings and conversations—open to the public at the Senate—free for all.
The Moroccan Festival opens at the Senate, 2—3 October, featuring poets, novelists and painters—from an ancient, magical kingdom—with surprising parallels to the historical space of the Czech lands.
Svetlana Alexievich—from Belarus—reads and converses at the Senate on 7 November. Nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature, she will read from Voices of Chernobyl.
Without culture—there’s chaos—who to hate first.