Umberto Eco's Novel, The Prague Cemetery

Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Umberto Eco discusses his highly anticipated, controversial novel, The Prague Cemetery. It looks at 19th-century Europe, rife with conspiracies and scapegoats. But what if, behind all of the conspiracies that ran rampant in Europe, both real and imagined, lay one man, who created its most infamous document? Eco takes readers on a journey through the underbelly of Europe’s world-shattering events.


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Comments [1]

oscar 4° mason ($ecret master( from ny

They call it forgery because it was a way to insult the art of satan, meaning a good copy.
Ps: in the 80s when u was lttle we use ro shop at a&p araund 23 st 8 th av..

Nov. 08 2011 01:04 PM

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