Books

1967
The Memorandum
Translated from the Czech by Vera Blackwell, Grove Press, Inc., U.S.A., New York
1969
The Garden Party
Translated and adapted from Czech by Vera Blackwell, Jonathan Cape Ltd., U.K., London
1970
Three East European Plays
Introduction Martin Esslin The Horse Julius Hay Tango Slawomir Mrozek The Memorandum Vaclav Havel, Penguin Books, U.K.
1972
The Increased Difficulty of Concentration
Translated from the Czech by Vera Blackwell, Jonathan Cape Ltd., U.K., London
1978
Sorry ...
Two Plays: Audience and Private View Translated and adapted by Vera Blackwell, Eyre Methuen London in association with BBC-TV, U.K., London
1980
The Memorandum
Translated from the Czech by Vera Blackwell Introduction by Tom Stoppard, Grove Press, Inc., U.S.A., New York
1985
The Power of the Powerless
Citizens against the state in central-eastern Europe Vaclav Havel et al. Introduction by Steven Lukes Edited by John Keane, M. E. Sharpe, Inc., U.S.A., New York, Armonk
1986
Politics and conscience
Voices from Czechoslovakia No.2, The Charta 77 Foundation, Sweden, Stockholm
1987
Largo Desolato
A Play in Seven Scenes English Version by Tom Stoppard, Grove Press, U.S.A., New York
1988
Letters to Olga: June 1979 - September 1982
Translated from Czech with an Introduction by Paul Wilson, Alfred A. Knopf, U.S.A., New York
1989
Living in Truth
Twenty-two essays published on the occasion of the award of the Erasmus Prize to Vaclav Havel Edited by Jan Vladislav, Faber and Faber London Boston, U.K., London
1989
Temptation
A play in ten scenes Translated from the Czech by Marie Winn, Grove Press, U.S.A., New York
1990
Disturbing the Peace
A Conversation with Karel Hvizdala Translation from Czech and with an Introduction by Paul Wilson, Alfred A. Knopf, U.S.A., New York
1990
Disturbing the Peace
A Conversation with Karel Hvizdala Translation from Czech and with an Introduction by Paul Wilson, Alfred A. Knopf, U.S.A., New York
1990
Disturbing the Peace
A Conversation with Karel Hvizdala Translation from Czech and with an Introduction by Paul Wilson, Faber and Faber London Boston, U.K., London
1990
Letters to Olga: June 1979 - September 1982
Translated from the Czech with an introduction by Paul Wilson, Faber and Faber London Boston, U.K., London
1990
Redevolopment or Slum Clearance
English version by James Saunders from a literal translation by Marie Winn, Faber and Faber London Boston, U.K., London
1991
Disturbing the Peace
A Conversation with Karel Hvizdala Translation from Czech and with an Introduction by Paul Wilson, Vintage Books. A Division of Random House, Inc., U.S.A., New York
1991
Open Letters
Selected Prose 1965 - 1990 Selected and Edited by Paul Wilson, Faber and Faber London Boston, U.K., London
1991
Open Letters
Selected Writings 1965 - 1990 Selected and Edited by Paul Wilson, Alfred A. Knopf, U.S.A., New York
1991
Open Letters
Selected Writings 1965 - 1990 Selected and Edited by Paul Wilson, Alfred A. Knopf, U.S.A., New York
1992
Open Letters
Selected Writings 1965 - 1990 Selected and Edited by Paul Wilson, Vintage Books. A Division of Random House, Inc., U.S.A., New York
1992
Selected Plays 1963-1983
Faber and Faber London Boston, U.K., London
1992
Summer Meditations
on Politics, Morality and Civility in a Time of Transition Translated from the Czech by Paul Wilson, Faber and Faber London Boston, U.K., London
1992
Summer Meditations
Translated from the Gzech by Paul Wilson, Alfred A. Knopf, U.S.A., New York
1993
The Garden Party and Other Plays
Grove Press, U.S.A., New York
1994
Selected Plays
Largo Desolato Temptation Redevelopment, Faber and Faber London Boston, U.K., London
1994
Toward a Civil Society
Selected Speeches and Writings 1990 - 1994, Nakladatelstvi Lidove noviny, Czech Republic, Prague
1997
The Art of the Impossible
Politics and Morality in Practice Speeches and Writings, 1990 - 1996 Translated from the Czech by Paul Wilson and others, Alfred A. Knopf, U.S.A and Canada, New York and Toronto
2003
The Pizh'duks
A Story (1975), Meander, Prague
2007
To the Castle and Back
Translated from the Czech by Paul Wilson, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, Toronto

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