Authors: A. Johnson
Florentin Smarandache, like many Eastern Eur-opean writers, uses satire, humor and symbolism to disguise political exposés on the totalitarian regime under which he lived and worked – a regime, which often threatened and carried out against the writers and intellectuals who opposed them, harsh punishment, including coercion, intimidation, creation of damaging dossiers, ostracization, confiscation of their writings, imprisonment, and even death.
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