A VIVACIOUS MASTER OF THE SHARP PEN
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An obituary of the prominent Slovak theatrical and film critic and theoretician Emil Lehuta (born on 10th November 1931, died on 25th January 2006), who in the long term worked in the Cabinet of Theatre and Film of the Slovak Academy of Science and who from a young age had achieved a reputation of an uncompromising and a demanding critic. In the 70-ies his possibilities to enter into a current theatrical action were limited and he was subject to publication activities prohibition. After 1990 he published a memoir of the dramatist Jonas Zaborsky and an extensive study on the Slovak drama development after the World War 2, for three years he was in the position of a director of the National Cinematographic Centre, and afterwards he was working as a research worker of the National Theatrical Centre until he was dismissed in 1999.
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