Milan Kundera

Slowness, published in 1995 in France, is a novel written in French by Milan Kundera. In the book, Kundera manages to weave together a number of plot lines, characters and themes in just over 150 pages. While the book has a narrative, it mainly serves as a way for Kundera to describe a philosophy about modernity, technology, memory and sensuality.
The novel is a meditation on the effects of modernity upon the individual’s perception of the world. It is told through a number of plot lines that slowly weave together until they are all united at the end of the book.

ISBN: 978-9939-76-501-3
Pages: 212
Cover: Hard
Format: 11×16.5

Published by “Antares“, 2020