"Testaments Betrayed" by Czech writer Milan Kunder.
The passage from Testaments Betrayed by Czech writer Milan Kundera discusses the basic idea of the preservation of privacy and the criminality of the failure to do so. The passage considers the situation that occurred between two important Russian figures around the early 1970's. Through complete examination of the circumstance and Kundera's stance, the sheer irony of the chain of events is clearly manifested and public and private are proved indeed to be two distinct realms of existence.
The complete irony embodied in the series of events serves to convey and support Kundera's claim th…
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