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Danilo KisFrom the Author:
" . . . to immerse myself in the period, so mysterious and shrouded in secrecy (or distorted by the haze of propaganda), but also to shed any bias I might have had (except the bias of artistic sensitivity), to avoid 'psychologizing' my characters, and to stick as closely as possible to facts. . . .That's what was going through my mind as I worked on A Tomb for Boris Davidovitch."