Translated from the Slovak by Julia and Peter Sherwood
Thursday, 5 March 1953
What does a woman have to lose for her femininity to be stripped away entirely? Must she give up all her desires? What must she be deprived of before she starts...
Extract translated by Jonathan Gresty
The Second World War is drawing to an end as Red Army soldiers liberate Slovakia from Nazi occupation. The same soldiers, however, are also arresting thousands of innocent Slovak citizens on charges of spying for the enemy and then transporting them in cattle...
Texts with the evidence from JUDr. Ivan Kováč
We can point out that the isolation of the political opponents and criminals in the inhospitable regions of the country is not a Soviet invention. The tradition of exile has had a long tradition in Russia. F. M. Dostoevsky...
The novel I'm Tukot takes place in the early nineties in a single night but the story extends to previous forty years.
Journalist Tukot is awakened by mysterious night bell, but he is too afraid to try to identify who wants to get to his apartment.
He makes up various ideas...