From Playwright to President
The president of the Czech Republic was not always a politician. Vaclav Havel's first career was in the theatre. Throughout his work in drama, Havel satirized the Communistic government of Czechoslovakia. He became a dissident because of his writings and soon began political movements that eventually brought him to power in his country.
Havel is considered by may to be one of the best Czech writers there are around
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than as a politician. He has his political voice better heard in his dramas than he does as President for sake of appearances.
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