A brief consideration over the book ‘Het Graf en 13 andere verhalen’

A brief consideration over the book ‘Het Graf en 13 andere verhalen’ in the dutch newspaper NRC. nrc.nl/nieuws/2016/12/02/schaduwen-vallen-over-europa-5622166-a1534841
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Presentation of Slovak literature in Brussels

News article from Slovak newspaper Dennik N about presentation of Slovak literature in Brussels. dennikn.sk/631030/brusel-je-nadavka-nepravom
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On December 8, 2016, Slovak authors will come to Brussels

On December 8, 2016, several Slovak authors will come to Brussels for a panel discussion with Annelies Verbeke and Abram Muller. www.bozar.be/nl/activities/120989-fluwelen-revolutionairen
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Interview with TheDaily.sk

When you first meet Abram Muller, it’s easy to see him as a character plucked directly from a charmingly picaresque novel. He never ceases to entertain you, teasingly provoke you, surprise and amaze you. As we will find out later ‘amazement’ is a key word in understanding Abram Muller
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Event: Masterclass Slovakia

Masterclass Slovakia Wednesday, September 28| 18.00 in Muntpunt, Munt 6, 1000 Brussel More information
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Book presentations of Sloboda’s De laatste regel

Book presentations of Rudolf Sloboda’s Rozum (the Sense) that was published in Dutch translation on 13 March 2015: Saturday 28 March | 15.45 at the Algemene Ledenvergadering van de VNTS, ‘t Koetshuis, NijkerkRead more (in Dutch) Friday 10 April | 17.00 at Bookstore Pegasus
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Rudolf Sloboda – the Sense in Dutch Translation

In March 2015 the Dutch translation of the master work of Slovak literature – the novel Rozum (the Sense) by one of the greatest Slovak authors Rudolf Sloboda, was published in the Netherlands. The book is available in every good bookshop or online at – www.uitgeverijdouan
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Slovak Evening Groningen

A few times a year Abram Muller, together with a group of Slovaks living in the Netherlands, organise Slovak cultural events including performances, music, films and lectures. Including Slovak snacks and drinks. The shows take place in bars and cultural centers. The performances are s
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Košice, European cultural capital 2013

Visit this year the most eastern town of Slovakia and European cultural capital in 2013, Košice, from 50 euros per night in ****hotel in the old center. The town itself is worth a stay of a few days and in the surroundings there are the high mountains of the High Tatras, the Gothic Ro
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Slovak Culture Evening

Slovak embassy The Hague, APRIL 2012 on Thursday 12 April 2012 in Letterencafe Tsjechov&Co, Delistraat 2 in Rotterdam the Slovak Culture Evening was held. The aim of the event was to facilitate understanding between Dutch and Slovak cultures through better knowledge of Slovak clas
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Presenting Slovakia

Bulletin, DECEMBER 2011 The first notable guidebook on Slovakia in Dutch will be published on 5th January 2012 in Belgium and the Netherlands. The first print run will be 3000 copies, which is expected to sell over two years, after which a new updated edition will be launched. The boo
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Branding Slovakia

Rokovanie Vlády, NOVEMBER 2011 It was early summer in 1986 when I first visited Czechoslovakia. Prague in those years had become an empty town without a soul, where – according to a famous Czech writer – only in sex and fantasy freedom was to be found, as the communist regime could no
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Abram Muller

Who is Abram Muller?

William Peynsaert, MAART 2011 When you first meet Abram Muller, it’s easy to see him as a character plucked directly from a charmingly picaresque novel. He never ceases to entertain you, teasingly provoke you, surprise and amaze you. As we will find out later ‘amazement’ is a key word
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Amazing Slovakia

Daphne Bergsma, 17 FEBRUARY 2011 In some ways an ambassador is quite like a medieval knight; he or she goes where his King or Queen considers him/her to be of the greatest value. In this respect I consider myself particularly lucky, I must say. Why? Because my latest diplomatic quest
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Dutch and Slovaks – Why are we the way we are?

AUGUST 2009 Purpose of the meeting and this document To explain Dutch mentality, culture to Slovaks and vice versa. To comprehend why we are the way we are To learn from each othe Purpose of the meeting and this document Purpose of the meeting To explain Dutch mentality, culture to Sl
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