Our Bookstore in Prague Open Again

Dear friends, our bookstore is open again!!! Opening hours are 11AM-7PM daily (even on weekends).

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New Arrivals

Forrest Gander
467 Kč
Lawrence Ferlinghetti
416 Kč
David Deutsch
598 Kč
Adania Shibli, Elisabeth Jaquette (TRN)
441 Kč
Margaret Eleanor Atwood
337 Kč

Bestsellers

Kazuo Ishiguro
519 Kč
Fran Lebowitz
493 Kč
Dolly Alderton
311 Kč
Mieko Kawakami
363 Kč
Glennon Doyle
519 Kč

Staff Picks

Joseph Heller
549 Kč
Nancy Mitford
350 Kč
Reuel Golden (COM)
549 Kč
Italo Calvino
292 Kč
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
191 Kč

May Literary Birthdays


WALT WHITMAN
May 31, 1819 - March 26, 1892

Walt Whitman was an American poet, essayist, journalist, and humanist. Proclaimed the "greatest of all American poets" by many foreign observers a mere four years after his death, he is viewed as the first urban poet. He was a part of the transition between Trancendentalism and Realism, incorporating both views in his works. His work has been described as a "rude shock" and "the most audacious and debatable contribution yet made to American literature."

Some of his works:
Drum Taps
Good-Bye, My Fancy
Leaves of Grass
Complete Prose Works
Democratic Vistas
Memoranda During the War
Specimen Days and Collect

Search for his books


Other Literary Birthdays

Novelist and Brooklyn native Joseph Heller (1923)
Italian writer and statesman Niccolo Machiavelli (1469)
Israeli writer Amos Oz (1939)
London-born Booker Prize winning novelist Graham Swift (1949)
Seattle-born novelist David Gutterson (1956)
British poet Robert Browning (1812)
British historian Edward Gibbon (1737)
San-Francisco-born Pulitzer-prize winning poet Gary Snyder (1930)
NY-born novelist Thomas Pynchon (1937)
Yugoslavian-born, Pulitzer-prize-winning poet Charles Simic (1938)
Nonsense poet Edward Lear (1812)
British novelist Daphne Du Maurier (1907)
British travel writer and novelist Bruce Chatwin (1940)
San-Francisco Chronicle columnist and novelist Armistead Maupin (1944)
Oz creator L.Frank Baum (1856)
Russian (Ukrainian) novelist/satirist Mikhail Bulgakov (1891)
Oral historian and Bronx-native Studs Terkel (1912)
British philosopher, mathematician, pacifist, and author Bertrand Russell (1872)
French novelist Honoré de Balzac (1799)
Italian poet Dante Alighieri (1265)
Scottish-born physician, novelist, and historian Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859)
NYC-born writer Peter Matthiessen (1927)
Nobel Prize winning Russian poet Joseph Brodsky (1940)
American transcendentalist, essayist, philosopher, and poet Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803)
Oregonian short-story writer and poet Raymond Carver (1938)
French novelist and physician Louis Ferdinand Céline (1894)
James Bond creator and Brit Ian Fleming (1908)