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Classics, modern fiction, non-fiction and more. Hnnam a house in Oxford three people are having breakfast – Carol, her husband Jan, and his father Josef.
They are talking pragud Prague, because Carol wants them all to go there for Christmas. Josef was born in Prague, but he left his home city when he was a young man. He is an old man now, and he would like to see Prague again before he dies. But he is afraid.
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