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Books: Essays, Speeches

Havel, Václav. The Power of the Powerless : Citizens Against the State in Central-Eastern Europe. Trans. John Keane. Armonk, N.Y: M.E. Sharpe, 1985.

---. The Anatomy of a Reticence. 2nd rev. ed. Stockholm: Charta 77 Foundation, 1986.

---. Politics and Conscience. Stockholm: Charta 77 Foundation, 1986.

Havel, Václav. Living in Truth : Twenty-Two Essays Published on the Occasion of the Award of the Erasmus Prize to Václav Havel. London ; Boston: Faber and Faber, 1990.

Havel, Václav. Letters to Olga : June 1979 - September 1982. London: Faber, 1990.

---. Open Letters : Selected Writings, 1965-1990. 1st American ed. New York: Knopf : Distributed by Random House, 1991.

Havel, Václav, and Karel Hví?ďala. Disturbing the Peace: A Conversation with Karel Hví?ďala. 1st Vintage Books ed. New York: Vintage Books, 1991.

Havel, Václav. Summer Meditations. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1992.

---. Toward a Civil Society : Selected Speeches and Writings, 1990- 1994. Trans. Paul Wilson. Prague: Lidové Noviny, 1994.

---. The Art of the Impossible : Politics as Morality in Practice : Speeches and Writings, 1990-1996. 1st Fromm International pbk ed. New York: Fromm International, 1998.

---. Identikit Europe. London: Writers & Scholars International, 2001.

Havel, Václav. NATO, Europe, and the Security of Democracy - Selected Speeches, Articles and Interviews 1990-2002. Pardubice: Prague: Theo Publishing, 2002.

Books: Plays

Havel, Václav. The Garden Party. London: Cape, 1969.

Háy, Gyula, Václav Havel, and Slawomir Mrozek. Three East European Plays. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1970.

Havel, Václav. The Increased Difficulty of Concentration : A Play in Two Acts. London: French, 1976.

---. The Hotel. Trans. Jitka Martin. , 1976.

---. Sorry ... : Two Plays. Trans. Vera Blackwell. London: Eyre Methuen [for the] British Broadcasting Corporation, 1978.

---. Audience. Samuel French:, 1978.

---. Private View. Samuel French:, 1978.

---. The Memorandum. 1st Evergreen ed. New York: Grove Press : distributed by Random House, 1980.

---. The Memorandum. London: Eyre Methuen, 1981.

---. Largo Desolato : A Play in Seven Scenes. 1st ed. New York: Grove Press, 1987.

---. Temptation : A Play in Ten Scenes. 1st ed. New York: Grove Press, 1989.

Havel, Václav. Three Vanek Plays: Audience - Unveiling - Protest. London: Faber, 1990.

Havel, Václav. Redevelopment Or, Slum Clearance. London: Faber, 1990.

Havel, Václav. Three Plays. Trans. Vera Blackwell. London: Faber and Faber, 1992.

Havel, Václav. Selected Plays, 1963-83. London: Faber and Faber, 1992.

---. The Garden Party and Other Plays. 1st Grove Press ed. New York: Grove Press, 1993.

---. Selected Plays 1984-1987. London: Faber and Faber, 1994.

---. The Beggar's Opera. Trans. Paul R. Wilson and John Gay. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2001.

Havel, Václav. The Pizh'Duks. Trans. Laura Conway and Ivana Pecháčková. A Story (1975) ed. Prague: Meander, 2003.

Journal and Magazine Articles

Havel, Václav. "Thinking about Frantisek K(Riegel): Can a Man be Honest, Courageous, True to His Conscience & Still be a Communist?" The Idler.32: 20-2.

Havel, Václav, and Paul Wilson. "Stories and Totalitarianism." The Idler.18: 8-19.

Havel, Václav. "Politics and the Theatre." Times Literary Supplement 1967 Sept. 28 (1967): 879-80.

Havel, Václav. "Voices from Czechoslovakia." Dissent 15.5 (1968): 372.

Havel, Václav. "Cultural Life." London Magazine 8.4 (1968): 21.

Havel, Václav. "Kicking the Door." The New York Review of Books March 22 1979.

---. "Interview with Václav Havel." Matchbox.June (1983): 7.

Havel, Václav. "Six Asides about Culture." KOSMAS Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies 3.2 (1984): 39.

Havel, Václav. "How the Secret Police and I Spent My Vacation; Festive Visits with Friends and Four Goons. (Czechoslovakia)." The Washington Post Dec 1 1985, sec. 108: C1 col 1 (46 col in).

---. "Peace: The View from Prague." The New York Review of Books 32 (1985): 28(3).

---. "Evil in a Rational Age. (Excerpt from Thriller)." Harper's Magazine 271 (1985): 17(3).

---. "Voice from Prague." END Journal.16 (1985): 16.

Havel, Václav. "In Search of Central Europe - Politics and Conscience." Salisbury Review 3.2 (1985): 31.

Havel, Václav. "My Temptation/Banned Czech Writer." Index on Censorship 15.10 (1986): 19.

Havel, Václav. "In Search of Central Europe: Slaughterhouse." Salisbury Review 5.1 (1986): 28.

Havel, Václav. "The Power of Folly: Acceptance of the Erasmus Prize." Cross Currents 6 (1987): 47-52.

---. "Against Loans to Chile." The New York Review of Books June 11 1987.

Havel, Václav. "The Regime within." Harper's 274.1645 (1987): 15.

Havel, Václav. "The War of Cultural Attrition." East European Reporter 3.2 (1988): 15.

---. "Czechoslovakia/Letter to Vienna." Index on Censorship 17.5 (1988): 46.

Havel, Václav, and Paul Wilson. "Stories and Totalitarianism." Index on Censorship 17.3 [98] (1988): 14-21.

Havel, Václav. "When You Visit Prague. (Letter to Francois Mitterrand)." Harper's Magazine 278.1668 (1989): 22(2).

---. "A Challenge from Citizen Havel: In a Letter to the Authorities Who Ruined His Vacation." World Press Review 36.5 (1989): 40(2).

---. "A Statement to the Court." The New York Review of Books 36.7 (1989): 41(1).

---. "Czechoslovak President Vaclav Havel's Address." East European Reporter 4.1 (1989): 56.

---. "There is Nothing to be Sorry for." East European Reporter 3.4 (1989): 59.

---. "Danger of Open Crisis is just Around Corner." East European Reporter 3.4 (1989): 62.

---. "Cards on the Table." Across Frontiers 5.2 (1989): 28.

---. "Prisoners of Conscience." The New York Review of Books February 2 1989.

---. "Help the Soviet Union on its Road to Democracy: Consciousness Precedes being." Vital speeches of the day 56.11 (1990): 327.

---. "Reflections on a Paradoxical Life. (from a 1986 Interview with Vaclav Havel)." The New York Review of Books 37.10 (1990): 38(1).

---. "History of a Public Enemy. (Excerpt from Disturbing the Peace)." The New York Review of Books 37.9 (1990): 36(9).

---. "Six Asides about Culture. ." Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature 2.1 (1990): 43-59.

---. "Protest. (Play)." Performing Arts Journal 12.2-3 (1990): 45(21).

---. "Living in Extraordinary Times. (Securing the Peace Dividend) (Cover Story)." Public welfare 48.2 (1990): 9(1).

---. "From the Death of Totalitarianism Rose a Longing for New Life of Truth. (Excerpts of New Year's Day Address by Czechoslovakian President Vaclav Havel) (Column)." National Catholic Reporter 26.13 (1990): 32(1).

---. "Between Outcast and Politician." Index on Censorship 19.2 (1990): 3.

---. "President Havel's Speech to the Council of Europe." East European Reporter 4.2 (1990): 64.

---. "Opening Address of Havel at Bratislava Mtg." East European Reporter 4.2 (1990): 59.

---. "Central Europe - One Europe." East European Reporter 4.2 (1990): 55.

---. "The Future of Central Europe." New York Review of Books 37.5 (1990): 18-9.

---. "New Year's Address." Orbis 34.2 (1990): 253-62.

---. "From a New Year's Day Speech." The New York Review of Books February 15 1990.

Havel, Václav. "The Velvet Hangover." Harper's 281.1685 (1990): 18.

---. ""People, Your Government has Returned to You!"." Journal of Democracy 1.2 (1990): 99.

Havel, Václav, and A. G. Brain. "Words on Words." The New York Review of Books 36.21-22 (1990): 5-8.

Havel, Václav, and Evropský Kulturní Klub. The Address of Václav Havel in Oslo, August 29, 1990. Prague: Evropský kulturní klub, 1990.

Havel, Václav, and Paul Wilson. "On Kafka." The New York Review of Books 37.14 (1990): 19.

Skvorecky, Josef. "The President Wrote Absurdist Plays: Václav Havel Wrote Plays and Political Essays about the Absurd Communist Reality He must Now Transform as Czechoslovakia's New President." World & I 5 (1990): 418-27.

Weizsacker, Richard von, Vaclav Havel, and Rita Klimova. "The Return of Germany. (Excerpts from Speeches by Richard Von Weizsacker and Vaclav Havel)." The New York Review of Books 37.7 (1990): 56(2).

Havel, Václav. "Helsinki Citizens' Assembly - Reports of Working Commissions and Opening Address made." East European Reporter 4.4 (1991): 72.

---. "Protest. (Play)." Antaeus.66 (1991): 188(20).

---. "Havel on Hope ." New Perspectives Quarterly 8.2 (1991): 49(1).

---. "The New Year in Prague. (Czechoslovakia President's Address) (Transcript)." The New York Review of Books 38.5 (1991): 19(2).

---. "President Vaclav Havel: Speech at NATO Headquart." East European Reporter 4.4 (1991): 65.

---. "Growing pains/president's Address-Czechoslavokia." East European Reporter 4.4 (1991): 42.

---. "Two Letters from Prison." The Journal of Literary Translation.25 (1991): 187-92.

Havel, Václav, and Paul Wilson. "On Home." The New York Review of Books1991: 1 leaf.

Havel, Václav. "A Dream for Czechoslovakia." The New York Review of Books 39.12 (1992): 8(5).

---. "At Home in the World. (a Human-Based Concept of Home and State) (Last Word) (Column)." American Theatre 9.3 (1992): 72(1).

---. "The Honest Politician. (Excerpt from 'Summer Meditations')." Saturday Night 107.5 (1992): 62(5).

---. "'the Culture of Everything'. (the Czechoslovakian Government Supports Culture)." The New York Review of Books 39.10 (1992): 30(1).

---. "Paradise Lost. (Czechoslovakia's Social and Political Problems)." The New York Review of Books 39.7 (1992): 6(3).

---. "Life is Not Elsewhere." East European Reporter 5.3 (1992): 39.

---. "The Future of the CSCE." East European Reporter 5.3 (1992): 34.

---. "President Havel's New Year's Address." East European Reporter 5.2 (1992): 3.

Havel, Václav, et al. Václav Havel : A Word about Words. New York: Cooper Union, 1992.

Havel, Václav. "From Czech Republic with Love & Dreams." Utne Reader 57 (1993): 90-2.

---. "Thee is no Godot/Eastern Europe." In These Times 17.7 (1993): 24-5.

---. "Revolutionary. (Musician Frank Zappa)." The New Yorker 69.43 (1993): 116(2).

---. "How Europe could Fail. (Vaclav Havel Speech) (Transcript)." The New York Review of Books 40.19 (1993): 3(1).

---. "Never Hope Against Hope. (60 Things Every Man should Know) (Cover Story)." Esquire 120.4 (1993): 68(1).

---. "The Post-Communist Nightmare. (Transcript)." The New York Review of Books 41.10 (1993): 8(2).

---. "From the Czech Republic with Love and Dreams. (from Communism to Democracy)(Excerpt from Summer Meditations)." Utne Reader.57 (1993): 90(3).

---. "There is no Godot. (the Fall of Communism in Czechoslovakia) (Column)." World Press Review 40.1 (1993): 56(1).

---. "Conversation: In the Realm of Culture." Uncaptive Minds 6.1 (1993): 63-6.

Michnik, Adam, and Václav Havel. "Confronting the Past III: Justice Or Revenge?" Journal of Democracy 4.1 (1993): 20-7.

Havel, Václav. "A Call for Sacrifice." Foreign Affairs 73.2 (1994): 2.

---. "First Step to NATO Membership." Presidents & Prime Ministers v3n3 (1994): 21,22 (2 pages).

---. "Europe - the Letter Or the Spirit." European Business Review v94n1 (1994): ii,iii (2 pages).

---. "Mystery and Meaning. (Theatre's Social Significance)." American Theatre 11.8 (1994): 120(1).

---. "Democracy's Forgotten Dimension. (Excerpt from Jackson H. Ralston Prize Lecture) (International Law Prize)." Stanford Lawyer 29.1 (1994): 15(3).

---. "Out of Unity, Discord. (Czech Pres Vaclav Havel's Views) (Interview)." Index on Censorship 23.3 (1994): 58(8).

---. "On Rita Klimova (1931-1993). (Obituary)." The New York Review of Books 41.3 (1994): 6(1).

Havel, Václav. "Post-Modernism. Address, July 4, 1994." Vital speeches of the day 60 (1994): 613-5.

Havel, Václav. "The Need for Transcendence in the Post-Modern World." Journal for Quality & Participation v18n5 (1995): 26,29 (4 pages).

---. "The Politics of Global Responsibility." World Policy Journal 12.3 (1995): 81-7.

---. "Address of the President of the Czech Republic Vaclav Havel to the General Assembly of the Council of Europe, Oct 8, 1993." Cultural Survival Quarterly 19.2 (1995): 17-8.

---. "A Time for Transcendence." Utne Reader.67 (1995): 53+.

---. "A Soul of the Soul." Media Studies Journal 9.3 (1995): 25(1).

---. "The Responsibility of Intellectuals." The New York Review of Books 42.11 (1995): 36(2).

---. "The World can Find the Means of Coexistence. (Excerpts from 1995 Harvard Univ Commencement Speech)(Column)." The Christian Science Monitor June 9 1995, sec. 87: 18 col 1 (36 col in).

---. "Democracy's Forgotten Dimension." Journal of Democracy 6.2 (1995): 3(10).

---. "Civilization's Thin Veneer." Surviving Together 13.3 (1995): 3-5.

---. "A New European Order?" The New York Review of Books March 2 1995.

---. "The Spiritual Roots of Democracy." Lapis.Summer (1995): 27-30.

Havel, Václav. "Forgetting we are Not God." First Things.51 (1995): 47.

Havel, Václav. "A Vote for Nostalgia." Index on Censorship 25.3 (1996): 76-7.

---. "The Anatomy of Hate.(Tolerance between Intolerance and the Intolerable)." Diogenes.176 (1996): 19(6).

---. "The Hope for Europe." New York Review of Books 43.11 (1996): 38-42.

Havel, Václav, and Václav Klaus. "Rival Visions." Journal of Democracy 7.1 (1996): 12-23.

Havel, Václav. "NATO's Problem is a Hesitant West. Proposed Expansion." New Perspectives Quarterly 13 (1996): 44-5.

---. "Reflections on Character, Global Civilization, and the Preservation of Enlightened Values." Update on Law-Related Education 20 (1996): 9-11.

---. "The Religious Imagination at 2000." New Perspectives Quarterly 14 (1997): 32-3.

---. "A Sense of the Transcendent." Cross Currents 47 (1997): 293-300.

Havel, Václav. "The Divine Revolution: Lifting the Iron Curtain of the Spirit." Utne Reader.88 (1998): 56-7.

---. "The State of the Republic.(Czechoslovakian President Vaclav Havel's State of the Union Speech)." The New York Review of Books 45.4 (1998): 42(5).

---. "The Charms of NATO.(North Atlantic Treaty Organization)." The New York Review of Books 45.1 (1998): 24(1).

Havel, Václav. "In Memory of our Holocaust Victims." Celebrating Elie Wiesel: Stories, Essays, Reflections. Ed. Alan Rosen, Alan M. (dedication) Dershowitz, and Cynthia Ozick. Notre Dame, IN: U of Notre Dame P, 1998. 331-333.

Havel, Václav. "Protecting People from Tyranny of a State Sovereignty." Canadian Speeches 13.1 (1999): 16-21.

---. "Kosovo and the End of the Nation-State." The New York Review of Books June 10 1999.

---. "Paying Back the West." The New York Review of Books September 23 1999.

---. "The First Laugh." The New York Review of Books December 16 1999.

---. "Beyond the Nation-State." The Responsive Community (1999)

Walesa, Lech, and Vaclav Havel. "Shipyard of Solidarity.(1980 Shipyard Strike in Poland)." Newsweek International (1999): 67(1).

Havel, Václav. "The New Democracies of Europe, Nato and Russia (A Speech Given in Bratislava, may 11,2001)." Esprit.7 (2001): 69-83.

---. "Fact Or Fiction?" Index on Censorship 30.2 (2001): 60-2.

---. "Multicultural, Multipolar Interconnectedness-Toward a Global Civilization Chulalongkorn University: Dialogue among Civilizations.(Transcript)." International Journal of Humanities and Peace 17.1 (2001): 15(2).

---. "Dilemmas of a European Politician." Presidents & Prime Ministers 11.4 (2002): 12,37.

---. "A Farewell to Politics (Speech Given by President Havel in New York on September 19, 2002, at the Graduate Center of the City University, on the Occasion of His Last Official Trip to the United States as President of the Czech Republic)." New York Review of Books 49.16 (2002): 4.

---. "5/1979: Vaclav Havel, Czechoslovakia (Letter of a Dissident Published in Index on Censorship)." Index on Censorship 31.2 (2002): 42.

Welch, Matt. "Velvet President: Why Vaclav Havel is our Era's George Orwell and More." Reason 35.1 (2003): 42-50.

Wilson, P. "Wonderful Life (Vaclav Havel)." New York Review of Books 50.6 (2003): 39+.

Havel, Václav. "Globalization." Vital speeches of the day 71.2 (2004): 61-4.

---. "Maintaining Diversity in a Global World." Esprit.12 (2004): 169-73.

---. "The Czech Past and the Cuban Future." Journal of Democracy 15.2 (2004): 160-9.

---. "No More Appeasement for North Korea." Christian Science Monitor (Boston, MA) June 23 2004: 9.

---. "The Emperor has no Clothes." Journal of Democracy 16.4 (2005): 5-8.

Newspaper Articles

Havel, Václav. "I Inhabit a System in which Words can Prove Mightier than 10
Military Divisions." The Independent December 9 1989.

---. "A Society at the End of its Patience." The Independent July 10 1989.

---. "The Chance that Will Not Return. (European Liberation )." U.S.News & World Report 108.8 (1990): 30(2).

---. "New Life for the Old World. (Estrangement Ending between Eastern and Western Europe) (Column)." Los Angeles Times Feb 19 1990, sec. 109: B7 col 3 (29 col in).

---. "Our Freedom." The Washington Post January 3 1990: A15.

---. "The Great Moral State of the Moment." Newsweek January 15th 1990.

---. "The Paradoxes of Help." The New York Times July 14 1991, sec. 4: 19.

---. "Rio and the New Millenium. (Earth Summit, 1992) (Column)." The New York Times June 3 1992, sec. 141: A21(L) col 1 (33 col in).

---. "Nationalism and Democracy." The Ottawa Citizen July 6 1992: A11.

---. "Lessons of a Propaganda Song." The Guardian (London) June 4 1992: 20.

---. "Changing Face of Czechoslovakia." The Daily Yomiuri April 20 1992: 6.

---. "The End of the Modern Era." The New York Times March 1 1992, sec. 4: 15.

---. "Demise of USSR, E. Europe's Future." The Daily Yomiuri January 6 1992: 6.

---. "Why Nato must Not Say no to the Czechs. (Arguments in Favour of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation Membership for Czech Republic)." The Guardian Oct 19 1993, sec. 20(1):.

---. "Eastern Europe Needs NATO Membership." Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio) Oct 21 1993: B11.

---. "New Democracies for Old Europe." The New York Times October 17 1993, sec. 4: Page 17; Column 2.

---. "Czechs Long for 'United Europe'." The Daily Yomiuri April 19 1993: 8.

---. "New Vigor Percolates in E. Europe." The Daily Yomiuri December 19 1994: 6.

---. "Water and Wait for Freedom." Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio) November 19 1994: 11B.

---. "Why the Forum had to Go." The Guardian (London) November 17 1994: 16.

---. "An Opportunity to Create a New and a Lasting Order in Europe." The Irish Times November 9 1994: 10.

---. "Czechs Liberated Themselves." The Irish Times November 8 1994: 8.

---. "Search for Something of Value." Buffalo News (New York) July 10 1994: 8.

---. "Save the World: Transcend Yourself." Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pennsylvania) July 10 1994: B1.

---. "The Difficult Birth of a New World Order." St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Missouri) July 10 1994: 3B.

---. "The New Measure of Man." The New York Times July 8 1994: 27.

---. "EU's Key Task is to Clarify European Identity, Responsibility." The Daily Yomiuri May 23 1994: 6.

---. "The Global Drama: Theatre Offers Troubled World a Telescope into the Future." The Ottawa Citizen April 4 1994: A9.

---. "Theatre can Help Achieve Peace among Mankind." The Toronto Star March 26 1994: L8.

---. "Why has the West Lost the Ability to Sacrifice for the Common Interest?" Buffalo News (New York) March 20 1994: 7.

---. "Absorbing the Shock of Freedom." The Daily Yomiuri July 9 1995: 5.

---. "A Courageous and Magnanimous Creation." Harvard Gazette Jun 15 1995: 15.

---. "Hesitant West has Created NATO in Crisis." The Houston Chronicle April 28 1996: 1.

Havel, Václav. "U.S.-Czech Republic Relations. Remarks, March 20, 1996." US Department of State Dispatch 7 (1996): 142.

Havel, Václav. "Safeguarding Democracy. (Opinions of European Leaders on Enlargement of North Atlantic Treaty Organization)(the New NATO)(Column)." The Wall Street Journal Western Edition July 8 1997, sec. A14(W) pA14(E) col 4 (51 col in):.

---. "NATO's Quality of Life. (Defining the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's Post-Cold War Goals)(Column)." The New York Times May 13 1997, sec. 146: A21(L) col 2 (28 col in).

---. "Uniting Responsibility for World." The Daily Yomiuri January 27 1997: 6.

Havel, Václav et al. "The New NATO: Safeguarding Democracy." Wall Street Journal July 8 1997: Page 14, Column 4.

Havel, Václav. "From Plato to NATO." The Herald (Glasgow) January 31 1998: 31.

---. "PRAGUE, DEC. 29, 1989.(Short Story)(Brief Article)." Newsweek 133.9 (1999): 71(1).

---. "'Pernicious Legacy' of Past Still Challenges Post-Fall Optimism." The Irish Times November 20 1999: 15.

---. "The State of Human Rights: Edited Transcript of a Speech." The Ottawa Citizen April 30 1999.

---. "Europe: A Single Political Entity Whose Security is Indivisible." The Irish Times September 16 2000: 14.

---. "Redefining the West." The Edge (Malaysia) October 8 2001.

---. "Every Day I Suffer More from Stagefright; I Am More Afraid that I Won't be Up to the Job." Scotland on Sunday October 20 2002: 25.

---. "Lessons from Prague: Better Environmental Management is Needed." Financial Times August 21 2002: 13.

---. "An Alliance with a Future." The Washington Post May 19 2002: B07.

Aznar, Jose M., et al. "United we Stand: Eight European Leaders are as One with President Bush.(UK, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, and Denmark Issue Statement Supporting Pres. Bush's Iraq War Policy)(Column)." The Wall Street Journal Western Edition Jan 30 2003, sec. A14 col 3 (12 col in):.

Havel, Václav. "The Soul of a Nation." The Washington Post October 12 2003: B07.

---. "Building a Free Cuba." The Washington Post September 18 2003: A23.

Havel, Václav, et al. "The Week's Best Commentary." The Weekend Australian October 18 2003.

Havel, Václav. "Strangling Democracy.(Editorial Desk)(Zimbabwe)." The New York Times June 24 2004, sec. A23 col 02 (15 col in):.

---. "Time to Act on N. Korea." The Washington Post June 18 2004: A29.

---. "A Wish for Aung San Suu Kyi on Her 60th Birthday." The Straits Times (Singapore) June 19 2005: 719 words.

---. "A Rose for the 'Unfree'." The Washington Post June 15 2005.

Chapters in Books

Havel, Václav. Acceptance Speech Written on the Occasion of the Award of the Erasmus Prize 1986. Amsterdam: Foundation Praemium Erasmianum, 1986.

Havel, Václav. "In Memory of our Holocaust Victims." Celebrating Elie Wiesel: Stories,
Essays, Reflections.
Ed. Alan Rosen. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1988. 344.

---. "Anti-Political Politics." Civil Society and the State. Ed. John Keane. London: Verso, 1988. 381-398.

---. "Cards on the Table." Civic Freedom in Central Europe: Voices from Czechoslovakia. Ed. H. Gordon Skilling. New York, NY: St. Martin's Press, 1990. 152.

---. "A Neglected Generation." Czechoslovakia, 1918-88: Seventy Years from Independence. Ed. H. Gordon Skilling. New York, NY: St., 1991. 232.

---. "Postscript." Europe from Below: An East-West Dialogue. Ed. Mary Kaldor. London, England; New York, NY: Verso, 1991. 224.

---. "New Year's Day Speech, 1990 ." From Stalinism to Pluralism: A Documentary History of Eastern Europe since 1945. Ed. Gale Stokes. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1991. 267.

---. "Article 202 ." Prague. Ed. John Miller and Kirsten Miller. San Francisco, CA: Chronicle Books, 1994. 248.

---. "Europe as Task." The European Challenge. Ed. H. M. Enzensberger. 's-Gravenhage: Vuga, 1998.

---. "Address to the Senate and the House of Commons of the Parliament of Canada." Kosovo: Contending Voices on Balkan Interventions. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2000.

Introductions, Prefaces, and Forewords to Books

Vaculík, Ludvík. A Cup of Coffee with My Interrogator : The Prague Chronicles of Ludvík Vaculík. London: Readers International, 1987.

Prins, Gwyn. Spring in Winter : The 1989 Revolutions. Manchester ; New York; New York, NY, USA: Manchester University Press; Distributed exclusively in the USA and Canada by St. Martin's Press, 1990.

Aung San Suu Kyi, and Michael Aris. Freedom from Fear : And Other Writings. New York: Penguin Books, 1991.

Ickovic, Paul, and International Center of Photography. Safe Conduct : Photographs. New York; Seattle: International Center of Photography; Distributed by the University of Washington Press, 1991.

Wiesel, Elie et al. Oslo Conference: The Anatomy of Hate. New York: Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity, 1991.

Urbánek, Zdeněk. On the Sky's Clayey Bottom: Sketches and Happenings from the Years of Silence. Ed. Foreword by Václav Havel. 1st edition ed. New York, NY: Four Walls Eight Windows, 1992.

Bolton, Gavin M., et al. Voices for Change. Newcastle upon Tyne: National Drama, 1993.

?imečka, Martin M. The Year of the Frog : A Novel. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1993.

Hansen, Kirsten A., et al. Education and the Culture of Democracy : Early Childhood Practice. New York; Washington, D.C: Open Society Institute, New York; Children's Resources International, 1995.

Akademie múzických umení v Praze, and Academy of Performing Arts (Prague, Czech Republic). AMU 1996. Prague: Editorial Centre of Academy of Performing Arts, 1997.

Bro?ová, Michaela. Prague : Passageway and Arcades. 1. English ed. Prague: Euro Art : Volvox Globator, 1997.

Abdullah, Sharif M. Creating a World that Works for all. 1st ed. San Francisco, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 1999.

Embassies of the Czech and Slovak Republics. Velvet Revolution. Washington, D.C: Embassy of the Czech Republic : Embassy of the Slovak Republic, 1999.

Krí?ková, Marie Rút, et al. We are Children just the Same : Vedem, the Secret Magazine by the Boys of Terezín. 3rd ed. Prague: Aventinum, 1999.

Lachman, Lubomír, Herbert Slavík, and Josef Chuchma. Ten Years : The Events of 1989-1999 as Photographed by MF Dnes. Praha: Argo, 1999.

Kraus, Michael, and Allison Stanger. Irreconcilable Differences? : Explaining Czechoslovakia's Dissolution. Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield, 2000.

Ginsberg, Allen, and David Carter. Spontaneous Mind : Selected Interviews, 1958-1996. 1st ed. New York: HarperCollins, 2001.

Baudot, Barbara Sundberg. Candles in the Dark : A New Spirit for a Plural World. Manchester, NH; Seattle, Wash: New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College; University of Washington Press, 2002.

Korec, Ján Ch, et al. The Night of the Barbarians : Memoirs of the Communist Persecution of the Slovak Cardinal. 1st ed. Wauconda, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2002.

Laber, Jeri. The Courage of Strangers : Coming of Age with the Human Rights Movement. 1st ed. New York: Public Affairs, 2002.

Popper, Karl Raimund, Sir. The Open Society and its Enemies. London: Routledge, Projected Date: 200203, 2002.

Boase-Beier, Jean, Alexandra Büchler, and Fiona Sampson. A Fine Line : New Poetry from Eastern & Central Europe. Todmorden: Arc Publications, 2004.

Coetzee, Jan Karel, Lynda Gilfillan, and Otakar Hulec. Fallen Walls : Prisoners of Conscience in South Africa and Czechoslovakia. New Brunswick, N.J: Transaction Publishers, 2004.

DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary. Threat to the Peace : A Call for the UN Security Council to Act in Burma. Ed. commissioned by Václav Havel and Desmond Tutu. Washington, D.C: DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary, 2005.


Duberstein, John. A Velvet Revolution : Václav Havel and the Fall of Communism. 1st ed. Greensboro, N.C: Morgan Reynolds Pub, 2006.

Goetz-Stankiewicz, Marketa, and Phyllis Carey. Critical Essays on Václav Havel. New York: G.K. Hall : Twayne, 1999.

Heaney, Seamus. Václav Havel Ambassador of Conscience 2003. Dublin Amnesty International:, 2004.

Keane, John. Václav Havel : A Political Tragedy in Six Acts. New York, N.Y: Basic Books, 1999.

Kriseová, Eda. Václav Havel : The Authorized Biography. 1st ed. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993.

McLure, Brian. Havel to the Castle : A Select Bibliography Concerning Václav Havel and His Elevation to the Presidency of Czechoslovakia. Vic., Australia?: State Library of Victoria?, 1990.

Nemec, Tomki. Tomki Nemec Photographs Václav Havel. 1st ed. Prague: The Author, 2001.

Pontuso, James F. Václav Havel : Civic Responsibility in the Postmodern Age. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2004.

Simmons, Michael. The Reluctant President : A Political Life of Václav Havel. London: Methuen, 1991.

Sire, James W. Václav Havel : The Intellectual Conscience of International Politics : An Introduction, Appreciation, and Critique. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2001.

Symynkywicz, Jeffrey. Václav Havel and the Velvet Revolution. 1st ed. New Jersey: Dillon Press, 1995.

Chapters in Books

Beckett, Samuel, and Joseph A. Mugnaini. Catastrophe : For Válcav Havel. Northridge, Calif.: Lord John Press, 1983.

Bugge, Peter. Czech Perceptions of the Perspective of EU Membership : Havel Vs. Klaus. San Domenico di Fiesole, Italy: European University Institute, Robert Schuman Centre, 2000.

Carter, A. "Vaclav Havel: Civil Society, Citizenship and Democracy." Liberal Democracy and its Critics, Cambridge: Polity Press., 1998.

Coetzee, Jan Karel, Lynda Gilfillan, and Otakar Hulec. Fallen Walls : Voices from the Cells that Held Mandela and Havel. 1st ed. Czechoslovakia; Cape Town, South Africa: Nakladatelství Lidové Noviny; Robben Island Museum, 2002.

Dorfman, Ariel. "Václav Havel." Speak Truth to Power. New York: Seven Stories Press, 2004. 87.

Dürrenmatt, Friedrich. "Václav Havel in Zürich." The Idea of Switzerland. New York: Granta, 1991. 255.

Elshtain, Jean Bethke. "A Performer of Political Thought : Václav Havel on Freedom and Responsibility." Theory and Practice. Ed. Ian Shapiro and Judith Wagner DeCew. New York: New York University Press, 1995. 487.

Esslin, Martin. "A Czech Absurdist: Václav Havel." Reflections; Essays on Modern Theatre. Garden City, N.Y: Doubleday, 1969.

Goetz-Stankiewicz, Marketa. "Václav Havel." The Silenced Theatre: Czech Playwrights without a Stage. Toronto ; Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, 1979. 319.

Goldstone, Jack A. "Václav Havel." Who's Who in Political Revolutions : Seventy-Three Men and Women Who Changed the World. Washington, D.C: Congressional Quarterly, 1999. 164.

Havel, Václav. "Writing for the Stage." Theatre, Theory, Theatre : The Major Critical Texts from Aristotle and Zeami to Soyinka and Havel. Ed. Daniel Charles Gerould. New York: Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2000. 492.

Hurková, Klára. Mirror Images : A Comparison of the Early Plays of Václav Havel and Tom Stoppard with Special Reference to their Political Aspects. Frankfurt am Main ; New York: P. Lang, 2000.

Klatil, Milada. Six Hundred Years of Czech Literature in the New York Public Library : From Hus to Havel. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Information Press, 2005.

Lumley, Frederick. "Hungary and Czechoslovakia: Václav Havel." New Trends in 20th Century Drama; a Survey since Ibsen and Shaw. 4th rev. ed. ed. New York, Oxford University Press: , 1972. 418.

Majer, Peter. "Time, Identity and being: The World of Václav Havel." Twentieth-Century European Drama. Ed. Brian Docherty. New York: St. Martin's, 1994. 172-182.

Matustík, Martin Joseph. Postnational Identity : Critical Theory and Existential Philosophy in Habermas, Kierkegaard, and Havel. New York: Guilford Press, 1993.

Merritt, Susan Hollis. "The Outsider in Pinter and Havel." Pinter at Sixty. Ed. Katherine H. Burkman and John L. Kundert-Gibbs. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1993. 64-75.

Neudorfl, M. L. "Vaclav Havel and the Ideal of Democracy." World Congress; 5th -- 1995 Aug : Warsaw.

New York Public Library. "Václav Havel." What Price Freedom. 1st ed. New York: New York Public Library, 1995. 55.

O'Brien, Anthony. "Staging Whiteness : Beckett, Havel, Maponya." Crucibles of Crisis : Performing Social Change. Ed. Janelle G. Reinelt. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996. 250.

P. Müller, Péter. Central European Playwrights within and without the Absurd : Václav Havel, Slawomir Mrozek, and István Örkény. Pecs, Hungary: University Press, 1996.

Quinn, M. L. "Vaclav Havel and Semiotic Identity." Small Countries Theatre Conference -- 1990 : Glasgow; Scotland.

Skilling, Gordon. "Two Democratic Revolutionaries: Tomás G. Masaryk and Václav Havel." Literature and Politics in Central Europe: Studies in Honour of Markéta Goetz-Stankiewicz. Ed. Leslie Miller, et al. Columbia, SC: Camden House, 1993. 115-121.

Tinker, T. "Ending the Velvet Revolution: Managing the Re-Education of Vaclav Havel." Management Knowledge and the New Employee.Ashgate Publishing Ltd, UK. 49-55.

Tismaneanu, Vladimir. Reinventing Politics : Eastern Europe from Stalin to Havel. New York : Free Press ; Toronto; New York: Maxwell Macmillan Canada; Maxwell Macmillan International, 1992.

Tucker, Avezier. Philosophy and Politics : The Theory and Practice of Czech Dissidence from Patocka to Havel. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2000.

Vardy, Peter. "Václav Havel and Living the Truth." What is Truth? Sydney, Australia: UNSW Press, 1999. 202.

Whipple, Tim D. After the Velvet Revolution : Václav Havel and the New Leaders of Czechoslovakia Speak Out. New York, N.Y; Lanham, MD: Freedom House; Distributed by arrangement with National Book Network, 1991.

Zellmer, Blanche Havel. Havel Family Genealogy : 1657-1994. Minnesota:, 1994.

Magazines and Journals

"Globalization: A Warning that all is Not Well.(Speech of Vaclav Havel, Former President of the Czech Republic)(Transcript)." Vital speeches of the day 71.2 (2004): 61(4).

"Vaclav Havel.(National/International News)(Brief Article)." Library Journal 129.5 (2004): 21(1).

"Vaclav Havel: The Intellectual Conscience of International Politics. (Briefly Noted)." First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion and Public Life (2002): 72(1).

"Charlemagne: Vaclav Havel, a Disappointed Czech." Economist 356.8190 (2000): 58.

"Vaclav Havel.(Czech Republic President)(Brief Article)." The Ecologist 30.8 (2000): 9.

"Vaclav Havel: A Political Tragedy in Six Acts.(Book Review)(Brief Article)." Foreign Affairs 79.4 (2000): 146.

"Vaclav Havel: A Political Tragedy in Six Acts.(Book Review)(Brief Article)." Publishers Weekly 247.26 (2000): 63.

"Critical Essays on Vaclav Havel.(Book Review)(Brief Article)." CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 37.3 (1999): 546.

"Czech Republic: After Havel?" Crossborder Monitor v6n34 (1998): 4 (1 pages).

"Europe: Unsteady Havel." Economist 349.8095 (1998): 51.

"Charlemagne: Vaclav Havel, Westward Ho!" Economist 347.8064 (1998): 49.

"Vaclav Havel, President of the Czech Republic, to the 10th EBEN Conference: How to make Business Ethics Operational: Creating Effective Alliances. (European Business Ethics Network)(Havel's Speech)(Transcript)." Journal of Business Ethics 17.9-10 (1998): 949(2).

"Resistance and Revolution: Vaclav Havel's Czechoslovakia." International Journal 52.4 (1997): 726-9.

"A Rare Politician.(Vaclav Havel's Speeches Published in 'the Art of the Possible: Politics as Morality in Practice')(Brief Article)." Maclean's 110.24 (1997): 15(1).

"U.S.-CZech Republic Relations.(Sec, of State Warren Christopher; Czech President Vaclav Havel)(Transcript)." US Department of State Dispatch 7.13 (1996): 142(1).

"Havel, Vaclav.(President of the Czech Republic)." Current Biography 56.8 (1995): 34(6).

"Post-Modernism: The Search for Universal Laws. (Czech Republic President Vaclav Havel's Speech) (Transcript)." Vital speeches of the day 60.20 (1994): 613(3).

"Pages Form the Past: Zygmunt Hübner's Letter to Václav Havel." Slavic and East European Performance 13.1 (1993): 48-9.

"Citizen Havel." East European Reporter 5.6 (1992): 33.

"Opening Address by Pres. Havel at Conference.." East European Reporter 5.1 (1992): 42.

"Notes and Comments. (Vaclav Havel Warns Against Czechs and Slovaks Against Separating)." The New Yorker 67.37 (1991): 33(2).

"Cry Freedom. (Nelson Mandela, Violeta Barrios De Chamorro, Boris Yeltsin, Vaclav Havel) (Special Issue: The Year in Pictures 1990) (Illustration)." Life 14.1 (1991): 78(7).

"Václav Havel (Top; "Photo: Milo Fikejz")." World Literature Today 65.2 (1991): 0.

"Vaclav Havel. (Interview)." UNESCO Courier (1990): 4(6).

"Towards a New Europe. (Vaclav Havel Interview)(Excerpt) (Interview)." Maclean's 103.18 (1990): 26(2).

"Rediscovering Politics. (Vaclav Havel and Czechoslovakia) (Editorial)." Commonweal 117.3 (1990): 67(2).

"Straight Talk. (Vaclav Havel of Czechoslovakia) (Editorial)." Commonweal 117.2 (1990): 35(1).

"President Havel's Speech to the Parliamentary Assembly of Europe." East European Reporter 4.2 (1990): 64.

"President Havel's Speech to the Polish Sejm and Senate." East European Reporter 4.2 (1990): 55.

"Vaclav Havel's Admonition on Responsibility." Nieman Reports 44.5 (1990): 8.

"Czechoslovakia/Havel Na Hrad!" East European Reporter 4.1 (1989): 37.

"Wish You were here?" New Statesman and Society 2.38 (1989): 18.

"Havel, Vaclav." Current Biography 46 (1985): 9(5).

"Václav Havel's Letter to the Czechoslovak General Public Prosecutor." East European Reporter 1.3 (1985): 44.

"Letter from Václav Havel to General Jaruzelski." East European Reporter 1.2 (1985): 8.

Alford, C. Fred. "Interpretive Leadership and the Charms of Corruption." Journal for the Psychoanalysis of Culture & Society Vol 4.2 (1999): 201-8.

Ambros, Veronika. "Fictional World and Dramatic Text: Vaclav Havel's Descent and Ascent." Style 25.2 (1991): 310(10).

Armour, Leslie. "Postnational Identity: Critical Theory and Existential Philosophy in Habermas, Kierkegaard, and Havel.(Brief Article)." Library Journal 118.19 (1993): 81(1).

Ash, TG. "Vaclav Havel." Tls-the Times Literary Supplement.5047 (1999): 15.

---. "Vaclav Havel - A Political Tragedy in Six Acts." Tls-the Times Literary Supplement.5045 (1999): 3-4.

Ash, Timothy Garton. "On Olga Havel (1933-1996). (Requiem for Olga Havlova, Wife of Vaclav Havel)." The New York Review of Books 43.5 (1996): 32(1).

---. "The Revolution of the Magic Lantern. (Vaclav Havel and the Czechoslovakia Revolution)." The New York Review of Books 36.21 (1990): 42(10).

Baer, J. "Imagining Membership: The Conception of Europe in the Political Thought of T. G. Masaryk and Vaclav Havel." Studies in East European Thought 52.3 LG ENGLISH (2000): 203(24).

Bahr, Ehrhard. "Václav Havel's Faust Drama "Temptation" (1985): Or, the Challenge of Influence." Goethe Yearbook 7 (1994): 194.

Baranczak, Stanislaw. "All the President's Plays: Irony Comes to Power in Prague. (Plays of Vaclav Havel)." The New Republic 203.4 (1990): 27(6).

---. "The Absolute Horizon. (Art and Politics; Letters of Vaclav Havel; Eastern Europe) (Column)." Salmagundi.84 (1989): 24(11).

Baymiller, J. "Czechs' Imbalances (Lucerna-Palace in Prague in Ruin and Center of Dispute between the Havel Family)." Tci 31.7 (1997): 38,&.

Bednar, Marie. "Vaclav Havel Or Living in Truth." Library Journal 112 (1987): 70(2).

Beer, John. "Coleridge and Havel." The Wordsworth Circle 22.1 (1991): 40-6.

Benda, Václav. "Parallel Polis, Or an Independent Society in Central and Eastern Europe: An Inquiry "Introduction by H. Gordon Skilling"." Social Research 55.1 (1988): 211.

Berman, Paul. "The Philosopher-King is Mortal. (Vaclav Havel, President of the Czech Republic)(Cover Story)." The New York times magazine (1997): 32 col 1 (185 col in).

Blair, Erica. "The Regime within. (Vaclav Havel) (Interview)." Harper's Magazine 274 (1987): 24(1).

---. "Search for the Human Dimension; a Playwright's Forthright Views. (Interview with Vaclav Havel)." World Press Review 34 (1987): 24(2).

Blazevic, Igor. "Out of Unity, Discord. (World Politics) (Czech Republic President Vaclav Havel) (Interview) (Interview)." New Statesman & Society 7.312 (1994): 32(2).

Bongiovanni, Michael. "Document: Vaclav Havel. (Ethics - June 1990).(Interview)." UNESCO Courier (2001): 10(6).

Bradbrook, B. R. "The Reluctant President: A Political Life of Vaclav Havel." World Literature Today 66.4 (1992): 744(1).

---. "Vaclav Havel." World Literature Today 66.2 (1992): 368(1).

BRAIN, A. G. "Confessions of a District Secretary." East European Reporter 1.4 (1985): 43.

Brodin, Jonas. "A Community of the Shattered: Patocka, Havel, and the Philosophy of Charter 77.(the Philosophy and Politics of Czech Dissidence from Patocka to Havel)." East European Politics and Societies 16.1 (2002): 326(7).

Brooks, D. Christopher. "The Art of the Political: Havel's Dramatic Literature as Political Theory." East European Quarterly 39.4 (2005): 491(32).

Brown, A. L. "Postnational Identity: Critical Theoru and Existantial Philosophy in Habermas, Kierkegaard, and Havel." Man and World-an International Philosophical Review 28.2 (1995): 181-4.

Burian, Jarka. "Václav Havel: From Playwright to Prisoner to President: Notes and Recollections." Soviet and East-European Performance: Drama, Theatre and Film 9.2-3 (1989): 12-9.

Burns, Tracy Anne. "Václav Havel Feuilleton." Kosmas: Czechoslovak and Central European Journal 16.2 (2003): 133-4.

Campbell, John C. "Vaclav Havel: Living in Truth." Foreign Affairs 69.4 (1990): 193(1).

Candole, James de. "Václav Havel as a Conservative Thinker." Salisbury Review 7.2 (1988): 45.

Capps, Walter H. "Interpreting Václav Havel." Cross Currents: The Journal of the Association for Religion and Intellectual Life 47.3 (1997): 301-16.

Carey, Phyllis. "Heaney and Havel: Parables of Politics." Seamus Heaney: The Shaping Spirit. Ed. Catharine Malloy and Phyllis Carey. Newark--London: U of Delaware P--Associated UP, 1996. 137-156.

---. "Face to Face: Samuel Beckett and Václav Havel." Christianity and Literature 44.1 (1994): 43-57.

---. "Contemporary Drama 101: Václav Havel: A Book Review Essay." Thought: A Review of Culture and Idea 66.262 (1993): 317-28.

---. "Living in Likes: Vaclav Havel's Drama." Cross Currents 42.2 (1992): 200(12).

Carroll, Mary. "Vaclav Havel: A Political Tragedy in Six Acts.(Review)(Brief Article)." Booklist 96.21 (2000): 2003.

Chamberlain, Lesley. "Play it again, Vaclav - the Wisdom in Havel's Plays.(Vaclav Havel, Theater and Art)." World and I 16.8 (2001): 76.

Chambers, Andrea. "Life Turns Upside Down for Vaclav Havel, Out of Jail and in as Czech President." People Weekly 33.3 (1990): 44(3).

Cobb, Kelton. "Ernst Troeltsch and Vaclav Havel on the Ethical Promise of Historical Failure." The Journal of Religious Ethics 22.1 (1994): 53(22).

Cockburn, Alexander. "Decline of an Artist. (Czechoslovakian President Vaclav Havel)." New Statesman & Society 5.213 (1992): 18(1).

Cornish, Edward. "Is Transcendence Necessary?. Comment on V. Havel." The Futurist 29 (1995): 49-50.

Delaporte, S. "The Impending Departure of Czech President Vaclav Havel." Esprit.1 (2003): 187-9.

Deneen, Patrick J. "The Politics of Hope and Optimism: Rorty, Havel, and the Democratic Faith of John Dewey." Social Research 66.2 (1999): 577-609.

Deveson, Richard. "Vaclav Havel, Or Living in Truth." New Statesman 114.2957 (1987): 32(1).

Disch T. "By and for Havel." Nation 250.17 (1990): 610.

Druker, Jeremy. "President Havel Angers Press. (Czech Pres Vaclav Havel)." IPI Report 43.7-8 (1994): 29(2).

Easterbrook, Gregg. "VACLAV HAVEL: A Political Tragedy in Six Acts.(Review)." Washington Monthly 32.9 (2000): 48.

Edwards, P. "Václav Havel: Why East and East must Meet." East European Reporter 3.2 (1988): 2.

Elam, Keir. "Catastrophic Mistakes: Beckett, Havel, the End." Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd'hui: An Annual Bilingual Review/Revue Annuelle Bilingue 3 (1994): 1-28.

Elias, Robert. "Scenes from "Absurdistan." (Czechoslovakian President Vaclav Havel)." The Humanist 52.1 (1992): 19(7).

Elshtain, Jean Bethke. "A Performer of Political Thought: Václav Havel on Freedom and Responsibility." G. K. Hall, New York, NY Pagination: 112-26. Ed. Marketa Goetz-Stankiewicz, Phyllis (ed ). Carey, and Critical Essays on Václav Havel., 1999.

Emery, Douglas B. "Self, Creativity, Political Resistance." Political Psychology Special Issue: Political theory and political psychology 14.2 (1993): 347-62.

Emingerova, Dana, and Lubos Beniak. "'Uncertain Strength': An Interview with Vaclav Havel. (Interview)." The New York Review of Books 38.14 (1991): 6(2).

Ericson, Edward E. "Solzhenitsyn, Havel, and the Twenty-First Century." Modern Age 41.1 (1999): 3-18.

Fawn, Rick. "Symbolism in the Diplomacy of Czech President Václav Havel." East European Quarterly 33.1 (1999): 1-19.

Findlay, Edward F. "Classical Ethics and Postmodern Critique: Political Philosophy in Václav Havel and Jan Patocka." The Review of Politics 61.3 (1999): 403-38.

Fischer, Audrey. "Václav Havel Visits the Library: LC Opens Exhibition Honoring Czech Independence." Library of Congress Information Bulletin 57.10 (1998): 247+.

Flamini, Roland. "Architectural Digest Visits: Vaclav Havel. Hradcany Castle and Chateau Lány." Architectural Digest 52 (1995): 170-7.

---. "Vaclav Havel: Inside the World of the Surprising Czech President and Author." Architectural Digest 52.4 (1995): 170(8).

Flannery, James W. "Taking Theatre to the Bureaucrats: An Experimental Production of "the Memorandum" by Vaclav Havel." Educational Theatre Journal 29.4 SE : (1977): 526-34.

Frisch, J. E. "Beckett and Havel: A Personification of Silence." Conference -- 1991 may : Monte Carlo.

Garbus, Martin. "Godot is here. (Samuel Becket and Vaclav Havel)." The Nation 250.4 (1990): 124(1).

Gellert, Jonathan. The Research and Production of Largo Desolato by Václav Havel., 1996.

Gellner, E. "The Price of Velvet: Thomas Masaryk and Václav Havel." Czech Sociological Review 3.1 (1995): 45-57.

Goetz-Stankiewicz, M. "Vaclav Havel on the Global Stage: A Neighbourly Statesman Moulding His Nation's Image of Germany." Mcgill European Studies 3 (2000): 223-36.

Goetz-Stankiewicz, Marketa. "Václav Havel: A Writer for Today's Season." World Literature Today: A Literary Quarterly of the University of Oklahoma 55.3 (1981): 389-93.

Grygar, M. "Two Voices of a Chorus, Comments upon Havel and Kanturkova Testimony of Prison (Czech Dissident Writers of the 1980s)." Russian Literature 37.4 (1995): 479-96.

Haigh, Gideon. "Vaclav Havel: A Political Tragedy in Six Acts.(the Book Bulletin)(Review)." The Bulletin with Newsweek 117.6201 (1999): 4(1).

Hammer, Dean C. "Vaclav Havel's Construction of a Democratic Discourse: Politics in a Postmodern Age." Philosophy Today 39.2 (1995): 119(12).

Hitchens C. "Havel in the Castle." The Nation 263.20 (1996): 8.

Hudabiunigg, Ingrid. "The Politeness Model in the Dialogue between Neighbouring Countries: The Speeches of Václav Havel and Richard Von Weizsäcker in the Karolinum." Dialoganalyse, VI: Referate Der 6. Arbeitstagung, Prag 1996/Dialogue Analysis, VI: Proceedings of the 6th Conference, Prague 1996, Teil 1-2. Ed. Svetla Cmejrková, et al. Tübingen, Germany: Niemeyer, 1998. II: 225-33.

Jagodzinski, Andrzej, and Daniel Bourne. "A Conversation with Vaclav Havel." Artful Dodge 26-27 (1994): 23-9.

James, Pontuso. "The Political Philosophy of Vaclav Havel." Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 5.1 (2002): 43(38).

Joyce, Alice. "Vaclav Havel: The Authorized Biography.(Brief Article)." Booklist 90.1 (1993): 31(1).

Kammas, Anthony. "Havel Deserves Better: Promises and Failures of a Political Biography.(Vaclav Havel: A Political Tragedy in Six Acts)." East European Politics and Societies 15.3 (2001): 722(10).

Karel, Thomas. "Vaclav Havel: The Authorized Biography.(Brief Article)." Library Journal 118.18 (1993): 104(1).

Katrovas, Richard. "Artists and Bureaucracies: What Jimmy Carter and Vaclav Havel can Teach Writers in the Academy." New Orleans Review 20.1-2 (1994): 42-8.

Kaufman, Michael T. "Vaclav Havel: The Authorized Biography." The New York Times Book Review 98 (1993): 33 col 1 (11 col in).

Keane, J. "Vaclav Havel and Tragedy (Reply to Timothy Garton Ash)." Tls-the Times Literary Supplement.5046 (1999): 15.

Keane, John. "Rebel with a Cause. (Czechoslovakian Vaclav Havel)." New Statesman & Society 2.79 (1989): 12(3).

Ketels, Violet B. ""Havel to the Castle!" the Power of the Word." The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 548.The Holocaust: Remembering for the Future (1996): 45-69.

Kirschbaum, Stanislav. "Resistance and Revolution. Vaclav Havel's Czechoslovakia.(Review)." Canadian Slavonic Papers 40.3-4 (1998): 472(2).

Kk. "Vaclav Havel Wins Erasmus Prize." Index on Censorship 15.3 (1986): 3.

Knoll, Erwin. "Vaclav Havel: Living in Truth." The Progressive 57.4 (1993): 40(4).

Kochhar-Lindgren, Gray. "The Vertiginous Frame: Vaclav Havel, Martin Heidegger, and Everyday Life in a Disjointed Germany." Picturing Cultural Values in Postmodern America. Ed. William G. Doty. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1995. 34-50.

Kohl, J. C. "Critical Essays of Vaclav Havel.(Review)." CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 37.3 (1999): 546(1).

Kundera, Milan. "A Life Like a Work of Art: Homage to Vaclav Havel." The New Republic 202.5 (1990): 16(2).

Kyncl, Karel. "Doctor Honoris Causa Václav Havel." Index on Censorship 13.4 (1984): 6-8.

Lamper I. "Arena I do Not Wish to enter/Vaclav Havel." East European Reporter 4.1 (1989): 38.

Lapham, Lewis H. "Apes and Butterflies. (Comparison of Philosophies of Vaclav Havel and U.S. Department of Defense) (Editorial)." Harper's Magazine 284.1704 (1992): 8(5).

Larsen, C. K. "The Revival of Public Man: Vaclav Havel and the Transformation of Czechoslovakia." Journal of Developing Societies 10 (1994): 161-.

Lawler, Peter Augustine. "Havel's Postmodern View of Man in the Cosmos. (Vaclav Havel)." Perspectives on Political Science 26.1 (1997): 27(8).

---. "Havel on Political Responsibility." Political Science Reviewer 22 (1993): 20.

Legvold, Robert. "[Vaclav Havel]." Foreign Affairs 84.1 (2005): 192.

Leonard, John. "Havel's Audience with History." New York 23.16 (1990): 99(1).

Lordi, Karen E. "'Leave Me Alone!'-Chekhovian Echoes in Havel." Theater 22.3 (1991): 86-90.

Lustig, Arnost, and Josef Lustig. "Return to Czechoslavakia: Snapshots of a Revolution. (Includes Interviews with Vaclav Havel, Alexander Dubcek, Vlasta Chramostova)." The Kenyon Review 12.4 (1990): 1(15).

Madigan, Timothy J. "Transcending Havel. (Czech Republic President Vaclav Havel)." Free Inquiry 18.4 (1998): 9(2).

Marková, Ivana. "The Individual and the Community: A Post-Communist Perspective." Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology Vol 7.1 (1997): 3-17.

Martin, Guy. "The Short, Happy Exile of Vaclav Havel. (Former President of Czechoslovakia)." Esquire 119.2 (1993): 84(6).

Matustik M. "Post-National Identity: Habermas, Kierkegaard and Havel." Thesis Eleven.34 (1993): 89-103.

McHenry, J. "Postmodern Democracy and the Thought of Václav Havel." Midwest Political Science Association (1999): 15–17.

Meade C. "Havel Manoeuvres to Meet Slovak Challenge." International Viewpoint.218 (1991): 9.

Meche, Jude R. "Female Victims and the Male Protagonist in Vaclav Havel's Drama." Modern Drama 40.4 (1997): 468(9).

Michnik, Adam. "A Conversation with President Havel. (Vaclav Havel) (Interview)." World Press Review 39.3 (1992): 14(3).

Morley J. "Mr. Havel Goes to Washington." Nation 250.11 (1990): 374.

Murphy, Russell. "Three on the Periphery: Hartmann, Havel and Bodenheim." Lost Generation Journal 6.2 (1980): 6-7.

Myant M. "Klaus, Havel and the Debate Over Civil Society in the Czech Republic." Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics 21.2 (2005): 248-67.

Neuhaus, Richard. "Havel Living in Truth. (Vaclav Havel) (Special Issue: 35th Anniversary 1955-1990)." National Review 42.21 (1990): 77(2).

Newman, Peter C. "Saluting the Playwright Who Became President. V. Havel." Maclean's 111.33 (1998): 52.

---. "The World's Ranking Political Saint. (Former Czechoslovakian President Vaclav Havel) (Business Watch) (Column)." Maclean's 105.29 (1992): 42(1).

O' Driscoll, D. "The Writer in an East European Context- Havel, Holub, Herbert." Crane Bag 7.1 (1983): 4-12.

O'Brien, Anthony. "Staging Whiteness: Beckett, Havel, Maponya." Theatre Journal 46.1 (1994): 45-61.

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Rosen J. "Cynicism at the Corps, Or Havel Meets the Press." Tikkun 5.4 (1990): 27.

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Schwartz, Herman. "Havel's Imprisonment: Fueling Demands for Czech Reform. (Vaclav Havel)." The Nation 248.19 (1989): 660(4).

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Shinkarev, Leonid. "Metamorphosis in Prague: The East is Green for Havel and Dubcek. (Interview with Vaclav Havel)(Alexander Dubcek) (Interview)." World Press Review 37.5 (1990): 36(2).

Short, David. "The Reluctant President: A Political Life of Vaclav Havel." Slavonic and East European Review 70.2 (1992): 363(2).

Siklová, Jirina. "Reflections on Václav Havel." G. K. Hall, New York, NY Pagination: 250-54. Ed. Marketa Goetz-Stankiewicz, Phyllis (ed ). Carey, and Critical Essays on Václav Havel., 1999.

Skloot, Robert. "Václav Havel: The Once and Future Playwright." The Kenyon Review 15.2 (1993): 223-31.

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Stan, L. "The Unbearable Lightness of being an Eastern European Intellectual." Government and Opposition 35.2 (2000): 265-71.

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Tucker, Aviezer. "The Long Havel Summer." Telos 0.91 (1992): 179.

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Tucker, Scott. "Capitalism with a Human Face? Views of V. Havel." The Humanist 54 (1994): 40-2.

Urban, J. "President Vaclav Havel's Legacy: Moral Success, Political Failure." RFE/RL East European Perspectives 6.21.03 (2003): 2003.

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Ward, Ann. "New Wave of Religious Persecution in Czechoslovakia." East European Reporter 1.4 (1985): 41.

WARD, ANN. "Young Nature Enthusiast on Trial." East European Reporter 1.4 (1985): 38.

Wilder, J. B. "Why Havel - Jasny, V." Film Comment 27.4 (1991): 4,&.

Wilder, Jesse Bryant. "Intimate Lighting. (Czechoslovakian Motion Picture, 'Why Havel?')." Film Comment 27.4 (1991): 4(2).

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Newspaper Articles

Weiner, Lewis, and Gertrude Hirschler. "Václav Havel Praises Book by Erich Kulka." Review of the Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews: Volume IV. Forest Hills, N.Y: The Society, 1991. 207.

International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights. Human Rights Organizations Submit Legal Memorandum to Prague Court in Havel Case. Vienna, Austria: International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights, 1989.

Forbes, Steve. "Profile in Courage. (Czechoslovakian President Vaclav Havel) (Fact and Comment) (Column)." Forbes 145.7 (1990): 20(1).

Masterov, Valery. "An Apolitical Politician. (Interview with Czech President Vaclav Havel)(Interview)." Moscow News (1997): 1(2).

Loshak, Viktor. "'we must Respect Russia's Interests, but Russia, Too, must Respect how we Will Decide our Future.' (Views of President Vaclav Havel of Czech Republic) (Interview)." Moscow News.23 (1994): 6(1).

Starovoitova, Galina. "Letter to Vaclav Havel. (Three Views)." Moscow News 32.3539 (1992): 3(1).

Woodward, Kenneth L. "More than Ourselves; Ideas: Havel's Declaration of Interdependence. (Vaclav Havel)." Newsweek 124.3 (1994): 66(1).

Nagorski, Andrew. "'there is a Kind of Absurdity.' (Czech Republic Presidential Candidate Vaclav Havel) (Interview)." Newsweek 121.5 (1993): 50(1).

---. "'Parallels with a Prison': What Havel Misses. (Views of Vaclav Havel on the Czechoslovak Presidency) (Interview)." Newsweek 118.4 (1991): 31(1).

Meyer, Michael Leverson. "End of the Affair? (Vaclav Havel)." Newsweek 115.18 (1990): 28(2).

"'I should Not be Amazed - but I Am.' (Vaclav Havel)." Newsweek 115.1 (1990): 33(1).

Meyer, Michael Leverson. "Havel: A Playwright Seizes Center Stage. (Vaclav Havel on Czechoslovakia's Politics)." Newsweek 114.25 (1989): 34(1).

Bukalska, Patrycja. "Havel's Exit Strategy.(Vaclav Havel, Czech Republic)(Brief Article)." Newsweek International (2002): 23.

Franks, Lucinda. "Olga Havel; Czechoslovakia's Reluctant First Lady has Stood by Her Man through Thick and Much Thin." People Weekly 34.10 (1990): 141(4).

"Vaclav Havel: The Authorized Biography.(Brief Article)." Publishers Weekly 240.28 (1993): 61(1).

Obrman, Jan. "Havel Challenges Czech Historical Taboos. (Czech President Vaclav Havel Provokes Discussions about History)." RFE-RL Research Report 2.24 (1993): 44(8).

---. "President Havel's Diminishing Political Influence. (Vaclav Havel of Czechoslovakia; Includes Havel's Biography)." RFE-RL Research Report 1.11 (1992): 18(6).

Verity, Christine. "Vaclav Havel: A Political Tragedy in Six Acts.(Review)." Spectator 283.8933 (1999): 51(3).

Simpson, John. "Vaclav! Vaclav! it's Me, John. (Changes in the Czech Republic and the Style of Vaclav Havel)." Spectator 273.8682 (1994): 14(2).

"Vaclav Havel: Living in Truth.(Book Review)." Spectator 264 (1990): 32.

"Vaclav Havel, Or, Living in Truth.(Book Review)." Spectator 258 (1987): 29.

Gross, T. "Persecuted Under Vaclav Havel: A Liberal Icon has Escaped Blame for the Gypsies' Plight." SPECTATOR-LONDON-WEEKLY- 279 (1997): 25-34.

"Havel's Reminder to the West.(Czech President Vaclav Havel Compares Hesitancy to Bring Eastern Europe into NATO with Indecision that Led to Empire-Building by Hitler's Germany and Soviet Union)(Brief Article)." The Economist (US) 338.7959 (1996): 50(1).

"Havelling through. (Vaclav Havel, Czechoslovakia)." The Economist (US) 316.7671 (1990): 57(2).

"Rock Around the Revolution. (Frank Zappa Meets Vaclav Havel)." The Economist (US) 314.7640 (1990): 95(1).

"Playwright Turns Star. (Vaclav Havel)." The Economist (US) 313.7631 (1989): 107(2).

"The Trials of Havel. (Vaclav Havel)." The Economist (US) 310.7588 (1989): 87(1).

"Vaclav Havel Or Living in Truth." The Economist (US) 302 (1987): 104(1).

Barron, James. "Self-Doubts at the Helm of the Czech Republic.(Vaclav Havel Gives a Speech in New York City)(Living Arts Pages)." The New York Times Sept 23 2002, sec. B5(N) pE5(L) col 1 (15 col in):.

"Czech Republic: Havel Tries to Play Peacemaker.(Tax Dispute)(International Pages)." The New York Times Sept 17 2002, sec. A6(N) pA6(L) col 3 (2 col in):.

Erlanger, Steven. "Havel Urges Multinationals to Heed the 'Voices of the People'.(Czech Republic President Vaclav Havel at World Bank, IMF Meeting)(International Pages)." The New York Times August 23 2000, sec. A8(N) pA8(L) col 1 (20 col in):.

---. "A Decade After His Triumph, Vaclav Havel is Crushed Velvet.(One Europe, 10 Years)(Czech Republic President)." The New York Times Nov 4 1999, sec. A1(N) pA1(L) col 1 (50 col in):.

Bennet, James. "'Right Thing,' Clinton Says, is for Him to Stay in Office. (President's Statements during Press Conference Held for President of Czech Republic, Vaclav Havel)." The New York Times Sept 17 1998, sec. 147: A1(L) col 4 (30 col in).

Kaufman, Michael T. "Havel, Repaying Favor to Friend, Stands in Solidarity with One of His Own. (President of Czech Republic, Vaclav Havel, Asserts His Friendship with President Clinton Despite Scandals)(the Testing of a President) (National Pages)." The New York Times Sept 17 1998, sec. 147: A26(L) col 1 (21 col in).

"Excerpts from the President's News Conference. (State Dept. Conference with Bill Clinton and Czech Republic Pres. Vaclav Havel)." The New York Times Sept 17 1998, sec. 147: A26(L) col 3 (28 col in).

"Vaclav Havel Re-Elected as Czech President. (International Pages)." The New York Times Jan 21 1998, sec. 147: A4(L) col 3 (2 col in).

Perlez, Jane. "Czechs' New Day; with Smooth Transition of Leaders, Republic Joins its Normal Neighbors. (Vaclav Havel is Sworn in as President, while the Czech Republic Faces Political and Economic Uncertainties in the Upcoming Year) (International Pages)." The New York Times Jan 3 1998, sec. 147: A4(L) col 5 (16 col in).

---. "Havel's Silver Tongue Lashes Out at Czechs' Scandals. (President of Czech Republic, Vaclav Havel, Condemns Political Corruption Occurring in the Wake of Privatization)." The New York Times Dec 12 1997, sec. 147: A17(L) col 3 (15 col in).

---. "For Czechs, a Lecture on Gypsy Rights. (President Vaclav Havel Addresses Citizens on Discrimination Against Gypsies in Czech Republic)." The New York Times Nov 9 1997, sec. 147: 14(L) col 4 (23 col in).

Bearak, Barry. "Havel Wants a NATO Open to Democracies. (Czech Republic President Vaclav Havel on North Atlantic Treaty Organization Membership)(Decision for NATO) (International Pages)." The New York Times May 15 1997, sec. 146: A18(L) col 1 (10 col in).

Jehl, Douglas. "All Prague's a Stage for Presidents. (Vaclav Havel and Bill Clinton Tour Prague, Czech Republic) (International Pages)." The New York Times Jan 12 1994, sec. 143: A9(L) col 4 (18 col in).

Perlez, Jane. "Czech Leader Pushes for an Open NATO. (President Vaclav Havel Urges North Atlantic Treaty Organization to Grant Full Membership Status, rather than Associate Status, to Eastern European Countries that Want to Join) (International Pages)." The New York Times Oct 22 1993, sec. 143: A8(L) col 4 (16 col in).

---. "Yeltsin and Havel Try to Bury Past; Russian and Czech Leaders, Meeting in Prague, Look Beyond Communism. (Russian President Boris N. Yeltsin and Czech President Vaclav Havel Meet in Prague, Czech Republic) (International Pages)." The New York Times August 27 1993, sec. 142: A3(L) col 4 (11 col in).

Kamm, Henry. "Nation Split, Havel Aspires to a New Political Life. (Vaclav Havel Discusses Return to Political Life Following Czech and Slovak National Split) (International Pages)." The New York Times Sept 30 1992, sec. 142: A3(L) col 1 (23 col in).

"The Effort to Exercise Power in Accord with a Vision of Civility. (Excerpts from Speeches made by Vaclav Havel, Former President of Czechoslovakia) (Transcript)." The New York Times July 26 1992, sec. 141: E7(L) col 1 (24 col in).

Engelberg, Stephen. "Vaclav Havel: Still Puckish, Still a Politician, no Longer President. (International Pages)." The New York Times July 21 1992, sec. 141: A8(L) col 3 (14 col in).

"Havel Endorses Government to Plan a Possible Breakup. (President Vaclav Havel Approves New Federal Cabinet to Oversee Breakup of Czechoslovakia) (International Pages)." The New York Times July 3 1992, sec. 141: A6(L) col 6 (2 col in).

Engelberg, Stephen. "Havel Calls for Preservation of United Czechoslovakia. (Vaclav Havel) (International Pages)." The New York Times June 26 1992, sec. 141: A2(L) col 3 (12 col in).

"Only Moral Solution is Joint Referendum, Havel Tells Citizens. (Czech President Vaclav Havel on Proposed Secession of Slovakia)." The New York Times June 22 1992, sec. 141: A6(L) col 4 (7 col in).

Tagliabue, John. "Uncertain Days for Havel and Czechoslovakia. (President Vaclav Havel)." The New York Times March 8 1992, sec. 141: 8(L) col 1 (15 col in).

Bollag, Burton. "Between Rock and a Revolution. (Musical Tastes of Czechoslovakian President Vaclav Havel)." The New York Times Oct 20 1991, sec. 141: H34(L) col 3 (5 col in).

"Havel's Organization Votes to Become a Political Party. (Vaclav Havel; Civic Forum)." The New York Times Jan 13 1991, sec. 140: 4(N) col 1 (2 col in).

"Atlantic Monthly Wins Right to Book on Havel. (Vaclav Havel)." The New York Times July 20 1990, sec. 139: C28(L) col 6 (4 col in).

Kovach, Bill, and Tom Winship. "Havel: Prison for Journalists? (Vaclav Havel Takes Office in Czechoslovakia, Speaks of Need for 'Responsible' Journalism, Keeping State Secrets; Developing a Free Press in Emerging Democracies in Eastern Europe) (Column)." The New York Times July 15 1990, sec. 139: E19(L) col 1 (22 col in).

Kamm, Henry. "Havel's Movement Projected to Win in Czechoslovakia; Majority Control seen; Communists Routed in First Free Elections since '46; Official Analyses Say. (Vaclav Havel)." The New York Times June 10 1990, sec. 139: 1(L) col 6 (25 col in).

Kakutani, Michiko. "Where Literature and Repression Mix: Writers Who Shook a Government. (Vaclav Havel, Josef Skvorecky, Andrei Sinyavsky, Milan Kundera, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn) (Living Arts Pages)." The New York Times Feb 8 1990, sec. 139: C17(L) col 1 (37 col in).

"Interview with Havel to be Published in June. (Vaclav Havel) (Living Arts Pages)." The New York Times Jan 17 1990, sec. 139: B8(N) col 1 (2 col in).

Whitney, Craig R. "Czech President Gets to See His Play. (Premiere of 'Audience' in Prague, Written by Vaclav Havel)." The New York Times Jan 13 1990, sec. 139: 13(L) col 1 (17 col in).

---. "Havel Traces Passage 'from Jail to the Castle'. (Vaclav Havel from Dissident to President of Czechoslovakia) (International Pages) (Upheaval in the East)." The New York Times Jan 12 1990, sec. 139: A14(L) col 1 (26 col in).

Schmemann, Serge. "New Czech Leader Visits 2 Germanys; Fence to Take Place of Wall, Havel Says He is Told. (Vaclav Havel, Berlin Wall)." The New York Times Jan 3 1990, sec. 139: A13(L) col 5 (22 col in).

Whitney, Craig R. "Havel Tells Festive Czechoslovaks that Honesty is Key to Recovery. (President Vaclav Havel)." The New York Times Jan 2 1990, sec. 139: A1(L) col 4 (27 col in).

"Excerpts from Speech by the Czech President. (Vaclav Havel) (International Pages) (Upheaval in the East) (Transcript)." The New York Times Jan 2 1990, sec. 139: A13(L) col 5 (21 col in).

Rothstein, Mervyn. "A Master of the Parable. (Czechoslovakia's President Vaclav Havel) (International Pages)." The New York Times Dec 30 1989, sec. 139: 10(L) col 1 (25 col in).

"Havel and Dubcek to Assume Leading Czech Posts. (Vaclav Havel, Alexander Dubcek) (International Pages)." The New York Times Dec 24 1989, sec. 139: 17(L) col 1 (9 col in).

Tagliabue, John. "Prague Marchers Rally for Havel; Crowds Call for Playwright to be Chosen as President. (Vaclav Havel; Czechoslovakia) (International Pages)." The New York Times Dec 18 1989, sec. 139: A15(L) col 1 (17 col in).

---. "Dubcek Expected to Support Havel in Czechoslovakia; Playwright as President; in Return, Leader of Prague Spring would Get Backing as Head of Parliament. (Alexander Dubcek and Vaclav Havel)." The New York Times Dec 17 1989, sec. 139: 1(L) col 6 (24 col in).

---. "Hard-Line Czech Leader to Quit; Dissident is Favored as Successor. (Gustav Husak; Vaclav Havel)." The New York Times Dec 10 1989, sec. 139: 1(L) col 3 (29 col in).

Kamm, Henry. "Havel Makes it Official: He'Ll Accept Top Billing. (Vaclav Havel, Civic Forum Leader Will Run for President of Czechoslovakia) (International Pages) (Upheaval in the East)." The New York Times Dec 8 1989, sec. 139: A17(L) col 5 (22 col in).

Skvorecky, Josef. "Havel Gets a Hand from St. Agnes. (Vaclav Havel, Political Change in Czechoslovakia) (Column)." The New York Times Dec 7 1989, sec. 139: A35(L) col 1 (16 col in).

Schmemann, Serge. "Czech Opposition Leader Warns Against Efforts to Delay Change. (Vaclav Havel) (Clamor in Europe)." The New York Times Dec 3 1989, sec. 139: 30(L) col 3 (16 col in).

---. "Prague's Unlikely Collaborators for Change: Party Stalwart and Ex-Prisoner; Havel, often-Jailed Dramatist, Became Symbol of Dissent. (Vaclav Havel) (International Pages)." The New York Times Nov 29 1989, sec. 139: A15(L) col 1 (22 col in).

"Excerpts from Addresses by Czech Dissident and Premier at Prague Rally. (Vaclav Havel, Ladislav Adamec) (International Pages) (Transcript)." The New York Times Nov 27 1989, sec. 139: A10(L) col 1 (9 col in).

"Prague Dissident to Accept Prize. (Vaclav Havel) (Clamor in the East)." The New York Times Nov 18 1989, sec. 139: 7(N) col 2 (1 col in).

"Havel Donating Prize to Help Fellow Writers. (Vaclav Havel)." The New York Times Oct 18 1989, sec. 139: C23(L) col 2 (2 col in).

Tagliabue, John. "Czech Playwright, Vaclav Havel, Freed from Jail After 4 Months. (International Pages)." The New York Times May 18 1989, sec. 138: A9(L) col 1 (13 col in).

Mestrovic, Marta. "From Prison, a Playwright Yearns for a Stage. (an Interview with Czechoslovakian Playwright Vaclav Havel)." The New York Times April 9 1989, sec. 138: H5(L) col 1 (43 col in).

"Prague Court Reduces Playwright's Sentence. (Vaclav Havel) (International Pages)." The New York Times March 22 1989, sec. 138: A15(L) col 1 (5 col in).

Tagliabue, John. "Prague Jails a Major Playwright for Inciting Protests Last Month. (Vaclav Havel)." The New York Times Feb 22 1989, sec. 138: A1(L) col 1 (17 col in).

---. "As Major Prague Trial Opens, Moscow Presses a Softer Line. (Trial of Playwright Vaclav Havel, 8 Other Opposition Figures, Czechoslovakia)." The New York Times Feb 21 1989, sec. 138: A11(L) col 3 (11 col in).

Mitgang, Herbert. "Arrest by Prague Stirs Arts Figures; Writers and Dramatists Stage Protest in New York Over Seizure of Vaclav Havel. (International Pages)." The New York Times Jan 25 1989, sec. 138: A8(L) col 1 (7 col in).

Freedman, Samuel G. "Portrait of a Playwright as an Enemy of the State. (Czechoslovak Vaclav Havel)." The New York Times March 23 1986, sec. 135: H1(L) col 5 (65 col in).

Dudar, Helen. "Message from a Playwright Held Captive in His Own Land. (Vaclav Havel)." The New York Times Nov 20 1983, sec. 133: H3(L) col 1 (42 col in).

Miller, Arthur, et al. "A Czech Playwright Who should be Freed. (Vaclav Havel) (Letter)." The New York Times July 10 1981, sec. 130: A22(LC) col 4 (5 col in).

"Married, Vaclav Havel, Dagmar Veskrnova.(Brief Article)." Time 149.2 (1997): 25(1).

Morrow, Lance. ""I Cherish a Certain Hope." (Former Czechoslovakian President Vaclav Havel) (Interview)." Time 140.5 (1992): 46(3).

III, William A. Henry. "Dissident to President: Vaclav Havel, Master of Absurdist Theater, Philosopher of Rebellion and Veteran of Czechoslovakia's Best Prisons, Becomes its Head of State." Time 135.2 (1990): 62(3).

"Act of Artistic Unfreedom; a Playwright and Popular Hero is Jailed. (Vaclav Havel, Czechoslovakia)." Time 133.10 (1989): 45(1).

"Vaclav Havel, Or, Living in Truth.(Book Review)." Times Educational Supplement (1987): 23.

Judt, Tony. "To Live in Truth: Vaclav Havel and the Privatizing of the Intellectuals." TLS.Times Literary Supplement.4619 (1991): 3(3).

---. "The Reluctant President: A Political Life of Vaclav Havel." TLS.Times Literary Supplement.4619 (1991): 3(3).

Ash, Timothy Garton. "Vaclav Havel: A Political Tragedy in Six Acts.(Review)." TLS.Times Literary Supplement.5045: 3(2).

Walsh, Kenneth T. "Finding another Way to Lift the Spirits. (Clinton Meets Vaclav Havel)." U.S.News & World Report 116.3 (1994): 10(2).

"Excerpts from Havel's Writings." US News and World Report 108.8 (1990): 38.

"Remarks Prior to Discussions with President Vaclav Havel of the Czech Republic.(Brief Article)(Transcript)." Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 38.38 (2002): 1573(2).

"Remarks Welcoming President Vaclav Havel of the Czech Republic. (Bill Clinton Speech)(Transcript)." Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 34.38 (1998): 1802(2).

"The President's News Conference with President Havel. (Bill Clinton; Czech Republic Pres Vaclav Havel)." Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 34.38 (1998): 1803(6).

"Remarks at a State Dinner Honoring President Havel. (Bill Clinton Speech; Czech Pres. Vaclav Havel)(Transcript)." Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 34.38 (1998): 1810(2).

"Remarks and an Exchange with Reporters Following Discussions with President Vaclav Havel of the Czech Republic in Prague. (Bill Clinton's Speech) (Transcript)." Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 30.2 (1994): 39(2).

"Exchange with Reporters Prior to Discussions with President Vaclav Havel of the Czech Republic. (Transcript)." Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 29.16 (1993): 627(1).

"Statement on the Resignation of Vaclav Havel as President of Czechoslovakia. (July 20, 1992)." Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 28.30 (1992): 1285(1).

Book Reviews

"Václav Havel [Book Review]." Orbis (Philadelphia, Pa.) 45.4 (2001): 648-56.

"Václav Havel [Book Review]." The Washington Monthly 32.9 (2000): 48-9.

"The Art of the Impossible [Book Review]." Commonweal 124 (1997): 23-4.

"Havel: "the Power of the Powerless" (Book Review)." International Affairs 62.2 (1986): 319.

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Beckett, Samuel. "Three Plays : Ohio Impromptu ; Catastrophe for Vaclav Havel ; what Where." Evergreen Review New York. Grove Press no. 98: , 1984.

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Arnold, Susan Ann. Václav Havel : Twentieth Century Czech Dramatist. Dissertation: Thesis (M.A.)--University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill:, 1971.

Baldyga, Natalya M. Václav Havel : Resisting an Absurd Existence. Dissertation: Thesis (M.A.)--University of Wisconsin--Madison:, 1996.

Bartsch, Diane. Václav Havel : A Case Study of Rhetoric in a Repressive Regime. Dissertation: Thesis (M.S.)--Colorado State University:, 1991.

Brophy, S. "Can Eduard Shevardnadze Or Václav Havel be Held Responsible for Undemocratic Practices in their Countries After the Collapse of Communism?" Thesis, University College Dublin (2004)

Carmola, Kateri Mary. Slanted Truths: Theories of Political Deception (Vaclav Havel, Hannah Arendt, Plato, Nicollo Machiavelli, Friedrich Nietszche). University of California, Berkeley, 1999.

Crittenden, Cole M. Theater in Time: The Meta-Temporal Drama of Chekhov, Vvedensky, and Havel (Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, Alexsandr Ivanovich Vvedenskii, Vaclav Havel). Princeton University; 0181 Advisor: Adviser Olga Hasty, 2005.

Dewey, Julia Jane H. From Playwright to Prison and the Presidency : The Wisdom and Wit of Václav Havel. Niagara University:, 2004.

Flood, William Christian. Vaclav Havel and the Fall of Communism (Czech Republic, Slovakia). Baylor University; 0014 Advisor: Mentor David W. Hendon, 2004.

Gibbs, Helena Sedlackova. Moral Politics and its Others: The Charter 77 Dissident Movement in Czechoslovakia (1977--1989) (Vaclav Havel, Ludvik Vaculik, Milan Kundera). New York University; 0146 Advisor: Adviser Eliot Borenstein, 2003.

Griffith, Virginia Yvonne. Vanek Na Hrad: The Historical Context and Dramaturgical Implications of the Vanek Plays (Czech Republic, Vaclav Havel, Pavel Kohout, Jiri Dienstbier, Pavel Landovsky). Miami University; 0126 Advisor: Adviser Howard A. Blanning, 2004.

Heinicke, Jerilyn Ann. Eastern European Theater: Václav Havel and Andrei Amal'Rik. Pennsylvania State University, 1993.

Hodges, Rachel Melissa. The Art of Revolution : The Political Impact of Playwright Václav Havel. Dissertation: Thesis (M.A.)--American University:, 1999.

Holman, Diana L. No Exit : Values in Totalitarian Society in the Works of Václav Havel. Dissertation: Thesis (M.A.)--Georgetown University:, 1990.

Jimenez, Henry Anthony. The Existentialism of Vaclav Havel: The being of Human Beings. California State University, Long Beach; 6080 Advisor: Adviser Daniel Guerriere, 2003.

Kovacovic, Vera. Vaclav Havel, His Message, and its Meaning: A Hermeneutic Study. University of Minnesota; 0130 Advisor: Adviser Josef Mestenhauser, 1999.

Lamb, Bruce Christopher. Discursivity, Mimesis, and the Dramatic Author in 'the Caucasian Chalk Circle,' 'the Merchant of Venice,' and 'Largo Desolato' (Shakespeare, Brecht Bertold, Havel Vaclav, England, Germany, Czechoslovakia). University of Maryland, College Park, 1992.

Loring, Hilary. The Power of the Ordinary Self-Transformation: Theory and Empirical Analysis (Women, Return to School, Vaclav Havel, Self-Empowerment). Brandeis University; Adviser: Gila J. Hayim, 1997.

McFillen, Kevin Douglas. "The Politics of Identity: Theory, Praxis and Rehearsal in the Production of Václav Havel's the Memorandum ." Master of Arts, Miami University, Theatre (2005)

Motkova, Hana Victoria. Václav Havel and Lech Walesa : Networks for Peaceful Transformation Truth and Freedom Win. Dissertation: Thesis (B.A.)--Eckerd College:, 2001.

Parkison, Paul Thomas. Authentic Potentiality in the Political Sphere : Hussurl [i.e. Husserl], Patocka and Havel. Dissertation: Thesis (M.A.)--Vanderbilt University:, 1992.

Perez, Inbar. Václav Havel : From a Prison Cell to a Castle : A Study of Václav Havel's Transition from a Successful Playwright to a Prominent Dissident of the Communist Regime in Czechoslovakia. Thesis (M.A.)--City College of New York:, 2004.

Replogle, Sherri Stone, and Manfred B. Steger. Reflections on the Politics of Truth : Gandhi, Foucault, and Havel. Thesis (M.A.)--Illinois State University:, 2001.

Rowlands, Sioned Puw. Marginal Politics : The Aesthetic and the Essayistic in Selected Writings by Twm Morys, Václav Havel and Bohumil Hrabal. Thesis (D.Phil.)--University of Oxford:, 2003.

Trojanowska, Tamara. Slawomir Mrozek and Vaclav Havel: Moral Theatre of Identity in Crisis. University of Toronto (Canada); 0779, 1993.

Tucker, Aviezer. The Philosophy of Charter 77 Signatories (Patocka Jan, Havel Vaclav). University of Maryland College Park, 1992.

West, Timothy Wayne. Destiny as Alibi : Milan Kundera, Václav Havel and the "Czech Question" After 1968., 2003.

White, Whitney Erin, Václav Havel, and New Year's Day Address. A Rhetorical Criticism of President Václav Havel's First Inaugural Address., 1994.

Whitney, Penny Norton. Milosz, Konwicki, and Havel : Messages and Messengers of Social Change in Poland and Czechoslovakia., 1992.

Wilson, James Patrick. Rhetorical Inventions and Interventions: Vaclav Havel and Civil Society (Czech Republic). University of Pittsburgh; 0178 Advisor: Adviser Thomas Kane, 2000.


Václav Havel Describes His 45 Minute Meeting with President Bush. Cond. Broadcast on PBS-TV (MacNeil-Lehrer Report), February 20, 1990., 1990.

Excerpts from an Address to a Joint Session of the U.S. Congress, Asking Support for Soviet Glasnost. Cond. Broadcast on PBS-TV, February 21, 1990., 1990.

Czech Pres. Havel Address to Joint Session of U.S. Congress. Cond. President Havel discusses how he was released from prison and asked to lead the newly democratic Czech government, and discusses the first free elections held in his country since the fall of communism in eastern Europe. He also examines U.S. and Czech relations and the future of the world. President Havel speaks in Czech and a translator makes an immediate translation into English. Voice of America, 1990.

Czech Pres. Havel Departure Statement. Cond. Presents President Bush making some parting remarks after the visit to the White House of the president of Czechoslovakia, Václav Havel. Havel offers words of thanks to President Bush. Voice of America, 1990.

Remarks made at the Opening of the Exhibition "the Birth of Czechoslovakia, October 1918". Cond. Records the remarks made at the opening of the Library of Congress' exhibition: The birth of Czechoslovakia, October 1918, which commemorates the 80th anniversary of the founding of the independent Czechoslovak state. President Havel speaks in Czech and announces the annual awards he gives to people who haved aided democracy and human rights in the Czech Republic. Zbigniew Brzezinski speaks about the award he just received, 1998.


    Samuel Beckett's Ohio Impromptu, Catastrophe (for Vaclav Havel), [and] what Where. Dir. Lortel, Lucille, Jack Garfein, and Alan Schneider, et al. 1 videocassette (54 min.). New York, 1983.

A Private View. Dir. Shapiro, Bruce G., and Václav Havel. Prod. Videorecording of the University of Texas Drama Department production, October 10-12, 17-19, 24-26, 1985. 1 videocassette (VHS). University of Texas at Austin; Drama Dept, 1985.

The 1990 Beyond War Award. Dir. Brundtland, Gro Harlem, Denis Hayes, and Eda Kriseová, et al. Prod. Ceremony broadcast from San Francisco, Oslo, and Prague honors Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland of Norway, for her work with the World Commission on Environment and Development, Earth Day 1990, and and President Václav Havel and the people of Czechoslavakia. Interviews of Gaylord Nelson, Denis Hayes, and Chris Desser. Chorea Bohemica performing Christmas greeting from Prauge. 1 videocassette (VHS). Beyond War Foundation, 1990.

World Leaders Debate. Dir. Dimbleby, Jonathan, Václav Havel, and Richard Weizsäcker, et al. Prod. Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a meeting between President Václav Havel, Richard von Weizsaecker and Benazir Bhutto. 1 videocassette (50 min.). BBC Enterprises, 1990.

Czechoslovakian President Address. Dir. Havel, Václav, C-SPAN (Television network), and Public Affairs Video Archives. Prod. Speaking through a translator, Václav Havel calls for a "peace conference" to end the post-war divisions in Europe and to create a new pan-European structure which would devise its own security system. Videorecording of the speech by Václav Havel, president of Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, at the Joint Meeting of Congress on Feb. 21, 1990, which was originally broadcast on C-Span. 1 videocassette (83 min.). Public Affairs Video Archives distributor, 1990.

Vaclav Havel Addresses Congress. Dir. Havel, Václav, and Public Affairs Video Archives. Prod. Speaking through a translator, Václav Havel calls for a "peace conference" to end the post-war divisions in Europe and to create a new pan-European structure which would devise its own security system. 1 videocassette (83 min.). Purdue University Public Affairs Video Archives, 1990.

Largo Desolato. Dir. Havel, Václav, Tom Stoppard, and Robert Hostetter. Prod. In this play, the protaganist, Leopold Nettles, became an accidental hero. One of his philosophical works is declared ideologically harmful by the state. So Nettles finds himself facing unspecified tortures, which he can avert if he changes his name and declares himself not to be the author of his works. 1 videocassette (100 min.). 1990.

Vaclav Havel Leadership in Eastern Europe. Dir. Kostant, Steven, John F. Ross, and Penelope Lane Czarra, et al. Prod. Havel's life-long struggle against totalitarianism and his rise to national leadership in Czechoslovakia, Eastern Europe, and the world is depicted in this film. Includes excerpts from one of Havel's plays and an animated short exploring the balance of power and the nature of greed., and Who is Vaclav Havel? -- Havel's audience with history -- The other Europe -- "Havel" animation -- Balance. 1 videocassette (50 min.). Global View Productions, Inc, 1990.

November's Children-- Revolution in Prague. Dir. Scheuer, Walter, Allan Miller, and Petr Pesek, et al. Prod. Documentary captures the student-led Czechoslovak revolution of the winter of 1989, showing young people staging demonstrations and strikes which brought down the Communist government. Includes interviews with student leaders, Communist ex-officials, and new democratic leaders appointed by Václav Havel, the new president. 1 videocassette (58 min.). Four Oaks Foundation; Pyramid distributor, 1991.

Beyond Hate Trilogy. Dir. Carter, Jimmy, John Kenneth Galbraith, and Nadine Gordimer, et al. Perf. Beyond hate chronicles the impact of hate on its victims, and probes its many dimensions. Moyers listens to those gripped by hatred and those victimized by it. He also focuses on individuals and groups who are working to move beyond hatred to achieve tolerance and acceptance. Facing hate: Elie Wiesel helps probe the logic of hatred as expressed in books, religion, history and personal experience. Hate on trial: In 1990, Tom and John Metzger, leaders of the White Aryan Resistance (WAR) were charged with inciting the murder of Mulugeta Seraw of Ethiopia in Portland, Oregon. This is a documentary of their trial using actual courtroom footage, interspersed with commentary on hate crime, First Amendment rights, and the role of the media, by a panel of lawyers, activists and journalists. 4 videocassettes (296 min.). Mystic Fire Video, 1992.

Vernisá?, Audience. Dir. Havel, Václav. 2 videocassettes (50 min.) ;; col. Media Services, 1992.

Czech Rhapsody: Why Havel? Dir. Jasny, Vojtech. Prod. Czech rhapsody: a film poem for Osaka Exhibition on invaded Czechoslovakia by Soviet troops in 1968. Why Havel?: feature documentary epic., and Czech rhapsody, 1969 (20 min.) -- Why Havel?, 1991 (100 min.). 1 videocassette (120 min.). s.n, 1992.

Mlýny. Dir. Havel, Václav, Karel Brynda, and Jan Slovák, et al. Prod. Videorecording of a performance of Divadlo Sklep. 1 videocassette (VHS PAL). Ceská televize :; Centrum ceského videa, 1993.

Drawn from Memory. Dir. Fierlinger, Paul, Ron Diamond, and Lindsay Law, et al. Prod. Animator Paul Fierlinger recounts his life story in an animated autobiography. Voices: Paul Fierlinger, Vaclav Havel and others. 1 videocassette (56 min.). Public Television Playhouse, 1995.

Three Presidents, One City. Dir. Havel, Václav, Bill Clinton, and Michal Kovac, et al. Prod. Presentation of the highlights of KCRG-TV's coverage of the visit of President Clinton, Slovak president Michal Kovac and Czech Republic president Václav Havel on the occasion of the dedication of the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library in Cedar Rapids, Iowa on October 21, 1995. 1 videocassette (60 min.). KCRG-TV, 1995.

Eastern Europe, Breaking with the Past. Dir. Kostant, Steven, John F. Ross, and Global View Productions, et al. Prod. Each segment is a compilation of television programs from Eastern Europe on various subjects. The programs range from documentaries to animated cartoons, showing the progress and effects of the break from monolithic rule and the opening of borders and institutions., and [1] America's relations with Eastern Europe -- [2] Vaclav Havel : leadership in Eastern Europe -- [3] Ceausescu : Eastern Europe's last dictator? -- [4] Life as an ethnic minority in Eastern Europe -- [5] A tapestry of history -- [6] Memories of childhood and war -- [7] At the crossroads : Eastern European Jewry -- [8] Theater and the revolution -- [9] Germany reunites -- [10] The Polish experience -- [11] A new world of television -- [12] An animated journey -- [13] A generation of artists. 13 videocassettes (ca. 51 min. each). Smithsonian Video, 1995.

The Artists' Revolution 10 Days in Prague. Dir. Moore, Daniel Sargent, Rod Steiger, and Vaclav Havel, et al. Prod. In November, 1989 a group of artists in Prague successfully spearheaded the overthrow of the communist regime in Czechoslovakia in the nonviolent "velvet revolution" ... a revolution fought through images, words and spirit. This film is the inside story of that rebellion as told through interviews with the activists and citizens of Prague. 1 videocassette (30 min.). Cinema Guild, 1995.

From Playwright to President Vaclav Havel. Dir. Wheeler, Kristi. Prod. Excerpts selected from the Civil Society Symposium, held at Macalester College, April 26, 1999. 1 videocassette (24 min.). Macalester College, 1999.


Havel, Václav. Hawei'Er Zi Zhuan (Dálkový Výslech). Di 1 ban ed. Beijing: Dong fang chu ban she : Fa xing Xin hua shu dian, 1992.

Havel, Václav, and Yonghui Li. Yu Zhong Shu Jian : Zhi Qin Ai Di Ao'Erjia (Listy Olze). Chu ban ed. Jiulong: Tian yuan shu wu, 1998.

Hai wei er, et al. Wu Quan Li Zhe d Quan Li (Moc Bezmocných). Chu ban ed. Tai bei xian xin dian shi: Zuo an wen hua chu ban : Yuan zu wen hua fa hang, 2003.

Havel, Václav. Lai Zi Yuan Fang De Kao Wen: Haweier Zi Zhuan (Dálkovy Výslech). Chu ban ed. Boston, Mass: Qing xiang chu ban she, 2003.


Havel, Václav. Fristelse. Viby J: Kimære, 1988.

---. Et Forbeholds Anatomi. Kbh: Det Udenrigspolitiske Selskab, 1990.


Havel, Václav, and Josef Vondrousek. Audienco : Unuaktajo. Dobrichovice: KAVA-PECH, 1996.



Havel, Václav, Karel Hví?d'ala, and Kirsti Siraste. Asioista Kuultuna. Helsinki: Kirjayhtymä, Karisto), 1990.


"Vaclav Havel, "Meditations" (Book Review)." Nouvelle alternative 26 (1992): 58.

"Eva Kriseová, Václav Havel, "La Biographie" (Book Review)." Nouvelle alternative 22 (1991): 55.

"Václav Havel." Nouvelle alternative 5 (1987): 58.

Aung San Suu Kyi, and Michael Aris. Se Libérer De La Peur. Paris: Des femmes, 1991.

Boudre, Alain, and Václav Havel. Laveur De Vitres Et Archevêque : Biographie De Mgr Miloslav Vlk (Prague). Paris: Nouvelle Cité, 1994.

Brozova, Michaela, et al. Prague : Passages Et Galeries. Paris: Institut français d'architecture : Editions Norma, 1993.

Havel, Václav. "Europe at the Fin De Siècle." Society 32.6 (September/October 1995): 68-72.

---. "Ne Pas Se Préoccuper Que De Soi." Nouvelle alternative 34 (1994): 24.

---. "Déterminer Qui Veut Nous Aider Et Qui Veut Nous Voler." Nouvelle alternative 18 (1990): 17.

---. "Discours De Nouvel an." Politique étrangère 55.1 (1990): 93.

---. "Essais Politiques." Esprit 13 (1989): 153.

---. "Interrogatoire à Distance." Europe 67.726 (1989): 176.

---. "L'Espoir? Les Jeunes." Nouvelle alternative 16 (1989): 14.

---. "Un Terrain Qui Ne Sera Jamais Le Mien." Nouvelle alternative 16 (1989): 25.

---. "Comment Est Née La Charte 77." Nouvelle alternative 5 (1987): 14.

---. "La Grande Roue." Nouvelle alternative 2 (1986): 10.

---. "Avons-Nous Besoin d'Un Nouveau Mythe?" Esprit 9.7 (1985): 5.

---. "Lettres à Olga." Alternative 10 (1981): 63.

---. "Vivre Dans La Vérité." Alternative 1 (1979): 25.

---. "L'Audience." Temps modernes 33.376 (1977): 864.

---. "Lettre à Gustav Husak." Temps modernes 31.354 (1976): 1121.

Havel, Václav. "Les Intellectuels Orphelins Du Politique?" Esprit 19.216 (1995): 112.

---. L'Angoisse De La Liberté. La Tour d'Aigues: Éditions de l'Aube, 1995.

---. L'Amour Et La Vérité Doivent Triompher De La Haine Et Du Mensonge. La Tour d'Aigues: Editions de l'aube, 1994.

---. "Au Nom De l'Enfant." Esprit 15.168 (1991): 59.

---. "Un Héritage Monstrueux." Nouvelle alternative 21 (1991): 26.

---. Bohumil Hrabal. Paris: José Corti, 1991.

---. La Grande Roue : Sur Les Motifs De John Gay, Pièce En Quatorze Tableaux. Paris: Gallimard, 1987.

---. La Politique Et La Conscience. Toulouse: Centre de promotion culturelle, Université Toulouse-Le Mirail, 1984.

---. Audience ; Vernissage ; Pétition. Paris: Gallimard, 1980.

---. La Fête En Plain Air. Paris: Gallimard, 1969.

Havel, Václav, and Erika Abrams. Tentation ; Assainissement. Paris: Gallimard, 1991.

Havel, Václav, and Yves Barelli. L'Amour Et La Vérité Doivent Triompher De La Haine Et Du Mensonge. La Tour d'Aigues (France): Editions de l'Aube, 1990.

Havel, Václav, and Joseph Brodsky. Le Cauchemar Du Monde Post-Communiste. Anatolia éditions, 1994.

Havel, Václav, Roger Errera, and Jan Vladislav. Essais Politiques. Paris: Le Seuil, 1990.

Havel, Václav, and Barbara Faure. Il Est Permis d'Espérer. Paris: Calmann-Lévy, 1997.

Havel, Václav, Barbora Faure, and André Glucksmann. Quelques Mots Sur La Parole. La Tour d'Aigues (France): Editions de l'Aube, 1989.

Havel, Václav, Václav Havel, and Tant pis. Hôtel Des Cimes. Suivi De Tant Pis. Paris: Gallimard, 1993.

Havel, Václav, et al. Audience. Paris: L'Avant Scène, 1979.

Havel, Václav, Karel Hvízdala, and Jan Rubes. Interrogatoire à Distance : Entretien Avec Karel Hvízd'Ala. Paris: Editions de l'Aube : C. Bourgois, 1991.

Havel, Václav, and Milan Kepel. Le Rapport Dont Vous Êtes l'Objet. Suivi De Plus Moyen De Se Concentrer!. Paris: Gallimard, 1992.

Havel, Václav, and François Kérel. La Fête En Plein Air : Pièce En Quatre Actes. Paris: Gallimard, 1990.

Havel, Václav, and Katia Krivanek. L'Anatomie Du Gag. La Tour d'Aigues (France): Editions de l'Aube, 1992.

Havel, Václav, Stephan Meldegg, and Erika Abrams. Largo Desolato : Pièce En Sept Tableaux. Paris: Gallimard, 1990-1985.

Havel, Václav, Stephan Meldegg, and Marcel Aymonin. "Vernissage." L'Avant-Scène.; Théâtre. [Analytical Entry] ;; 653. Paris: L'Avant-Scène, 1979.

Havel, Václav, et al. Prague, Juin 1991. La Tour d'Aigues, F 84240: Editions de l'Aube, 1991.

Havel, Václav, and Jan Rubes. Pour Une Politique Post-Moderne. La Tour d'Aigues (France): Ed. de l'aube, 1999.

---. Méditations d'Été. La Tour d'Aigues (France): Editions de l'Aube, 1992.

Havel, Vàclav, Jan Rubes, and Catherine Daems. Lettres à Olga. La Tour d'Aigues: Editions de l'Aube, 1995.

---. Lettres à Olga. La Tour d'Aigues: Editions de l'Aube, 1990.

Havel, Václav, Chatel Zlata, and Jan Rubes. L'Angoisse De La Liberté : Choix De Discours (1965-1992). La Tour d'Aigues, France: Ed. de l'aube, 1994.

Le Roux, M. "Havel La 'Grande Roue'." Quinzaine Litteraire.837 (2002): 30-1.

Madelin, Henri. "Vaclav Havel." Etudes 388.3 (1998): 403-4.

Marcel, Gabriel, and Jeanne Parain-Vial. Le Mystère De l'Être. Nouv. éd ed. Paris: Association Présence de Gabriel Marcel, 1997.

Mitterrand, François, and Václav Havel. Assises De La Confédération Européenne : Prague, Juin 1991. La Tour d'Aigues (France): Editions de l'aube, 1991.

Mitterrand, François, Václav Havel, and Jan Rubes. Sur l'Europe : Allocutions Prononcées Le 9 Mai 1991 à l'Occasion De La Remise Du Prix Charlemagne. La Tour d'Aigues (France): Editions de l'Aube, 1991.

Mitterrand, François, et al. Paris-Prague, Intellectuels En Europe. Prague: Institut français de Prague, 1994.

Monmarte, Danièle. Le Théâtre Libéré De Prague : Voskovec Et Werich. Paris: Institut d'études slaves, 1991.

Picq, Jean. "Vaclav Havel: L'Ecriture Et l'Éthique." Etudes 398.4 [3984] (2003): 505-14.

Polin, Raymond, et al. Installation De M. Václav Havel Comme Associé Étranger : Discours De. Paris: Palais de l'Institut, 1992.

Ricoeur, Paul. La Tolérance Entre l'Intolérance Et l'Intolérable. Paris: Gallimard, 1996.

Servin, M. "Havel 'Vernissage'." Temps Modernes 45.520 (1989): 168-9.

---. "Havel 'Largo Desolato'." Temps Modernes 42.482 (1986): 161-5.

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Soubigou, Alain, and Václav Havel. Thomas Masaryk. Paris: Fayard, 2002.

Tatarka, Dominik, and Václav Havel. Le Démon Du Consentement : La Fin d'Une Époque : Traité Fantastique. Le Roeulx France: éditions talus d'approche, 1986.

Tschopp, Barbara, Václav Havel, and Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Pour Un Monde Meilleur : Ex-Yougoslavie : Faits Et Impressions : Album Collectif Dédié Aux Victimes Du Conflit De l'Ancienne Yougoslavie. Genève: Agorma, 1993.

Vecchi, P. "'Pourqui Havel' - Jasny, V." Cineforum 31.6 (1991): 39.

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La Nouvelle Europe. Dir. Walesa, Lech, Václav Havel, and Günter Verheugen, et al. 1 videocassette (13 min., 7 sec.). Commission européenne, Direction générale Presse et Communication, Médiathèque centrale, 2003.


"Václav Havel: Wir Bedrohen Uns Selbst." Osteuropa 41 (1991): 472.

"Havel 'Largo Desolato'." Theater Heute.6 (1985): 39.

"Vaclav Havel "Protest" - Ein Einakter." Theater heute 20.12 (1979): 22.

""was War": Havel "Audienz" Und "Vernissage" in Wien." Theater heute 17.11 (1976): 62.

"Vollstaendig Abgedruckt: Vaclav Havel "Erschwerte Moeglichkeit Der Konzentration"." Theater heute 10.1 (1969): 45.

"Václav Havel "Die Benachrichtigung"." Theater heute 7.1 (1966): 61.

Ðuric, Rajko, Bertolt Bengsch, and Jörg Becken. Ohne Heim, Ohne Grab : Die Geschichte Der Roma Und Sinti. 1. Aufl ed. Berlin: Aufbau, 1996.

Dürrenmatt, F. "Rede Zur Verleihung Des Gottlieb-Duttweiler-Preises an Václav Havel." Du. Die Zeitschrift der Kultur 1 (1991): 12-8.

Frolow, W. "Václav Havel Und Seine Stuecke." Kunst und Literatur 38.4 (1990): 424.

Grua, Jiri. "Václav Havel." Neue Gesellschaft, Frankfurte Hefte 0 (1989): 451.

Hamersky, Heidrun. Gegenansichten : Fotografien Zur Politischen Und Kulturellen Opposition in Osteuropa 1956-1989. 1. Aufl ed. Berlin: Links, 2005.

Havel, Václav. "Bene? Und Das ?tschechische Dilemma ". Das Drama Eines Europaeischen Politikers." Die Bene? Dekrete. Ed. Barbara Coudenhove-Kalergi. Wien: Rathkolb, Oliver, 2002. 33-37.

---. "Heimat Schlägt Eine Brücke Zwischen Den Menschen, Rede Vor Dem Bundesrat Und Dem Bundestag Am 24. 4.1997." Das Parlament 23./30. May 1997, 22-23 ed.

---. "Tschechen Und Deutsche, Rede Havels an Der Karls-Universität Prag Vom 17.2.1995." Blätter für deutsche und internationale Politik.4 (1995): 505-12.

---. "Rede anläßlich Der Verleihung Des Internationalen Karlspreises in Aachen Am 9.5. 1991." Europa-Archiv 11 (1991): 284-6.

---. ""Sanierung"." Theater heute 30.11 (1989): 47.

Havel, Václav. Moral in Zeiten Der Globalisierung. Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1998.

---. "Ein Teleskop in Die Zukunft." Theater heute 35.4 (1994): 1.

---. "Auf Der Suche Nach Einem Europa Ohne Angst Vor Der Wahrheit. Rede Zur Eröffnung Der Salzburger Festspiele." Theater (1990): 14.

---. "Ein Gott Im Paradies Des Geistes." Theater heute 31.2 (1990): 1.

---. Am Anfang War Das Wort Texte Von 1969 Bis 1990. Originalausg ed. Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1990.

---. "Schlusswort Im Berufungsverfahren Vor Dem Stadtgericht Prag Am 21. März 1989." Neue Gesellschaft, Frankfurte Hefte (1989): 453.

---. "Die Magie Des Wortes. Aus Der Rede Zur Verleihung Des Friedenspreises Des Deutschen Buchhandels in Frankfurt." Theater heute 30.11 (1989): 46.

---. Briefe an Olga : Betrachtungen Aus Dem Gefängnis. Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1989.

---. "Sanierung." Theater Heute. [Analytical Entry] ;; [Jg. 30], Ht. 11. Zürich: Theater Heute, 1989.

---. Vanek-Trilogie : Audienz ; Vernissage ; Protest ; Und Versuchung ; Sanierung : Theaterstücke. Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1989.

---. Das Gartenfest. Die Benachrichtigung : 2 Dramen, Essays, Antikoden. Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt-Taschenbuch-Verl, 1989.

---. "Euer Frieden Und Unsrer-Anatomie Einer Zurückhaltung." Kursbuch 81 (1985): 35.

---. Versuch, in Der Wahrheit Zu Leben : Von Der Macht Der Ohnmächtigen. Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1980.

---. Protest : Einakter. Rheinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1978.

---. Drei Stücke. Deutsche Erstausg ed. Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1977.

Havel, Václav, and E. Berkmann. "Die Benachrichtigung." Theater Heute. [Analytical Entry] ;; Jg. 7, Nr. 1.Velber bei Hannover, 1966.

Havel, Václav, Hubertus Branten, and Tobias Schäfer. Zeugen Der Hoffnung : Aufbruch in Eine Gemeinsame Zukunft Für Europa. Leipzig: Benno, 1998.

Havel, Václav, and Joachim Bruss. "Largo Desolato." Theater Der Zeit. [Analytical Entry] ;; 45. Jg, Heft 10. Berlin: Henschelverlag, 1990.

---. "Largo Desolato : Schauspiel in Sieben Bildern." Theater Heute. [Analytical Entry] ;; [Jg. 26], Heft 6. Zürich: Orell Füssli + Friedrich Verlag, 1985.

Havel, Václav, et al. Angst Vor Der Freiheit : Reden Des Staatspräsidenten. Originalausg ed. Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1991.

Havel, Václav, and Evropský Kulturní Klub. Die Rede Václav Havels in Oslo Am 29.8.1990. Praha: Evropský kulturní klub, 1991.

Havel, Václav, and Karel Hvízdala. Fernverhör : Ein Gespräch Mit Karel Hvízd'Ala. Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1990.

Havel, Václav, and Franz Peter Künzel. "Erschwerte Möglichkeit Der Konzentration." Theater Heute. [Analytical Entry] ;; Jg. 10, Nr. 1.Velber bei Hannover, 1969.

Havel, Václav, and Gabriel Laub. "Audienz." Theater Heute. [Analytical Entry] ;; Jg. 18, Nr. 1. Seelze: Friedrich, 1977.

Havel, Václav, et al. Das Garten Fest [Und] Die Benachrichtigung; Zwei Dramen. Essays [Und] Antikoden. Reinbek] Rowohlt:, 1967.

Havel, Václav, and Technische Universität Dresden. Verleihung Der Ehrendoktorwürde an Dr. h.c. Mult. Václav Havel Durch Den Senat Und Die Fakultät Sprach- Und Literaturwissenschaften Der Technischen Universität Dresden, 30. Oktober 1995. Dresden: Dresden Univ. Press, 1997.

Havel, Václav, et al. Gewissen Und Politik : Reden Und Ansprachen, 1984-1990. München: Institutum Bohemicum, 1990.

Hlavac, Franz, and Paul Schulmeister. Das Ende Der Eiszeit: Von Michail Gorbatschow Zu Vaclav Havel. Publisher Record, 1990.

Holy, J. "Vaclav Havel and the Czech Literary Tradition." Zeitschrift Fur Slavische Philologie 58.1 (1999): 139-49.

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Holzner, Johann. Feuer, Das Ewig Brennt : Schriftsteller Im Exil Stellen Sich Vor. Egelsbach ; New York: Edition Hänsel-Hohenhausen, 2001.

Iden, Peter. "Havel "Erschwerte Moeglichkeit Der Konzentration" in Berlin, Macourek "Susannchenspiel" in Frankfurt." Theater heute 10.1 (1969): 42.

Junghanss, R. "Report on the Vaclav Havel Tage in Erfurt." Theater Der Zeit 45.12 (1990): 59-61.

Koschmal, Walter, Marek Nekula, and Joachim Rogall. Deutsche Und Tschechen : Geschichte, Kultur, Politik. 2., durchgesehene Aufl ed. München: C.H. Beck, 2003.

---. Deutsche Und Tschechen : Geschichte, Kultur, Politik. Originalausg ed. München: C.H. Beck, 2001.

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Kruntorad, P. "Havel 'Largo Desolato'." Theater Heute.6 (1985): 39-40.

---. "Havel 'Berghotel'." Theater Heute.7 (1981): 26-7.

---. "2 Premieres in Vienna - Havel 'Protest' and Kohout 'Attest'." Theater Heute 21.1 (1980): 61.

Leimgruber, Stefan. "Wanitschke, Matthias; Erbrich, Guido: '"... Auf Die Innere Stimme Hoeren". Die Frage Nach Gott Und Dem Sinn Des Lebens Im Werk Von Václav Havel' (Book Review)." Theologie und Glaube 85 (1995): 411.

Ramadan, Ortwin. Václav Havel: Ein Portrait. Publisher Record, 1991.

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Schmid, Herta. "Havels Dramen Der Achtziger Jahre Im Kontext Seines Gesamtwerks - Ein Versuch, Die Wahrheit Zu Spielen / Havel's Drama of the Eighties in the Context of His Complete Oeuvre - an Attempt to Play the Truth." Zeitschrift fuer Literaturwissenschaft und Linguistik 21.82 (1991): 89.

Slattery, B. "Transcending Community: Some Thoughts on Havel and Bergson." 16th World Congress -- 1993 : Reykjavik.

Thomas, Karin, et al. Tradition Und Avantgarde in Prag. Osnabrück; Köln: Galerie Pravis; Dumont, 1991.

Trauth, V. "Havel 'Vanek Trilogie'." Theater Der Zeit 45.12 (1990): 60-1.

Wiesel, Elie, and Reinhold Boschert-Kimmig. Den Frieden Feiern. Originalausg ed. Freiburg: Herder, 1991.


Havel, Václav, and Ruth Bondy. Ha-`Olam Nivra be-Ma'Amar. Tel Aviv; Israel; Tel Aviv: Sifriyat po`alim, 1991.

Vatslav Havel Veha-Sifrut Ha-Ts'Ekhit. Kol Yisra'el, 1998.


Havel, Václav. Mulakata: Ekanki. 1. samskarana ed. Nayi Dilli: Bharatiaya Samskrtika Sambandha Parishad, 1996.


Havel, Václav. Václav Havel : Dissenso Culturale e Politico in Cecoslovacchia : Per Una Decifrazione Teatrale Del Codice Del Potere. Venezia: Marsilio, 1977.

Colombo, Furio, and Václav Havel. Il Terzo Dopoguerra : Conversazioni Sul Post-Comunismo Con Vaclav Havel ... [Et Al.]. ed. Milano: Rizzoli, 1990.

Boudre, Alain. Miloslav Vlk : A Praga Un Lavavetri Diventa Arcivescovo. Roma: Città nuova, 1994.

Havel, Václav. Anticodici. Colognola ai Colli (Verona): A. Parise, 1999.


Havel, Václav, and Itaru Iijima. Han Seiji no Susume. Tokyo: Kobunsha, 1991.

Havel, Václav, and Kazuko Sasaki. Haveru Jiden : Teiko no Hansei. Tokyo: Iwanamishoten, 1991.

Havel, Václav. Memorandamu. Shuppanchifumei: Bungakuzaatorie, 1995.


"Václav Havel w Hradcu Králové." Poradnik Jezykowy 1-2.480-481 (1991): 62-5.

Baluch, Jacek, et al. Hrabal, Kundera, Havel-- : Antologia Czeskiego Eseju. Kraków: TAiWPN Universitas, 2001.

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---. Sila Bezsilnych. Berlin: Veto Verlag Berlin, 1987.

Havel, Václav, and Jacek Baluch. Listy do Olgi : Czerwiec 1979-Wrzesien 1982 : Wybór. Wyd. 1 ed. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN, 1993.

Havel, Václav, and Irena Boltuc. "Teatr w Polityce, Polityka w Teatrze." Dialog: Miesiecznik Poswiecony Dramaturgii Wspólczesnej: Teatralnej, Filmowej, Radiowej, Telewizyjnej 42.7 [488] (1997): 96-100.

Havel, Václav, and Karel Hvízdala. Zaoczne Prezesluchanie : Rozmowy z Karelem Hvízdala. Warszawa: Niezalezna Oficyna Wydawnicza, 1989.

Havel, Václav, Milan Kundera, and Pawel Heartman. Eseje Polityczne. Warszawa: Wydawn. Krag, 1984.

Kacer, Miroslav. "O Semantycznej Konstrukeji Groteski Dramatycznej: Vaclav Havel - 'Zahranid Slavnost'." Ossolineum, Breslau Pagination: 103-118. Ed. Jan(ed ). Trzynadlowski and Dramat i teatr: Konferencja teoretycznoliteracka w Swietej Katarzynie., 1967.

Nyczek, Tadeusz. "Havel: U Szczytu Schodów." Dialog: Miesiecznik Poswiecony Dramaturgii Wspolczesnej: Teatralnej, Filmowej, Radiowej, Telewizyj 35.11 [410] (1990): 87-99.


Havel, Václav. Interogatoriu În Departare : Convorbiri Cu Karel Hvízdala. Bucuresti: Editura Tinerama, 1991.


Havel, Václav. Zaochnyi Dopros : Razgovor s Karelom Gvizhdialoi. Moskva: Novosti, 1991.

---. Sila bessil'nykh. Minsk:, 1991.

---. Trudno sosredotochit'sia. Moskva:, 1990.

---. "Protest : Odnoaktnaia p'esa." Inostrannaia literatura (1990): 86-[102].


Havel, Václav. "El Origen Moral De La Política." Revista USEM 31.237 (2000): 17-27.

---. "Palabras De Václav Havel, Presidente De La República Checa, En Las Reuniones Anuales Del FMI y El BM." CEMLA boletín 46.5 (2000): 211-4.

---. Largo Desolato : Y Otras Obras. Barcelona: Galaxia Gutenberg : Círculo de Lectores, 1997.

---. "Tarea Para Politicos." Nexos (México, D.F.) 19.227 (1997): 59-65.

---. "No Somos Los Amos Universo." El Pais September 29 1997: 13.

---. "La Esperanza De Europa." Este país (México, D.F.) 68 (1996): 50-4.

---. Meditaciones Estivales : Seguido Por El Discurso De AnÌ?o Nueva De 1994. Barcelona: Círculo de Lectores : Galaxia Gutenberg, 1994.

---. Discursos Politicos. Madrid: Espasa Calpe, 1994.

---. La Responsabilidad Como Destino. Madrid: El País/Aguilar, 1991.

---. El Poder De Los Sin Poder. Madrid: Ediciones Encuentro, 1990.

---. Memorandum : Y El Error. Madrid: Asociación de Directores de Escena de España, 1990.

---. Cartas a Olga. 1a ed. Barcelona: Versal, 1990.

---. "El Peligro De Las Palabras." Nueva sociedad 108 (1990): 180-1.

Havel, Václav. "Claudio Magris Entrevista a Gregor Von Rezzori." Urogallo.57 (1991): 32.

---. "La Polémica." Urogallo.57 (1991): 38.

---. "Havel: ¿El Destino Checo?" Urogallo.57 (1991): 44.

---. "Entrevista Con Václav Havel." Urogallo.57 (1991): 50.

---. "Combattre Nos Propres Défauts." Nouvelle alternative 17 (1990): 27.

Havel, Václav, and Monika Zgustova. Anticodis. ed. Barberà del Vallès, Barcelona: Tabelaria Edicions, 2003.

Judt, Tony. "Václav Havel o Vivir En La Verdad." Quimera: Revista de Literatura 109 (1992): 12-21.

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Trasferetti, José Antonio. 'A Vida Na Verdade': Questões De Ética Nos Escritos De Václav Havel (the Life in Truth: Ethical Questions in Václav Havel's Writings).1995.

Václav, Havel et al. L'Ètica i La Política = La Ética y La Política = Éthique Et Politique = Ethics and Politics = Ethik Und Politik. Edición multilingüe ed. Barcelona: Generalitat de Catalunya, 1995.


Havel, Václav. Protest : Pjäs. Hki: Yleisradio, 1980.

---. Audiensen : Pjäs. Hki: Yleisradio, 1980.


Havel, Václav. Görüsme-Kutlama-Çagri :Oyun. Istanbul: RK, 1990.

---. Uzaktan Sorusturma : Karel Hvizdala Ile Bir Konusma /Vaclav Havel ; Çeviren Leman Çaliskan. Istanbul: AFA Yayincilik, 1990.

---. Bildirim. Istanbul: Can Yayinlari, 1990.


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