This antiquarian volume contains Karel Čapek's "Letters From Holland". It is a collection of sketches in words and pictures of the Netherlands written by the Czech author during his visit to a literary conference in The Hague, in 1931. An easy-to-digest and enjoyable read, this book will appeal to fans of Capek's work, and it would make for a worthy addition to any personal library. The chapters of this book include: 'National Types', 'On Becoming Acquainted with Foreign Countries', 'Dutch Towns', 'Grachts and Canals', 'Old Towns', 'From Town to Town', 'Man and Water', 'On the Beach', 'Harbours', 'Highways and Byways', etcetera. Karel Čapek (1890 - 1938) was a famous Czech writer who is best remembered for his significant influence on the genre of science fiction. We are republishing this antiquarian volume in an affordable, modern edition, complete with a specially commissioned new biography of the author.