“The Prague Cemetery” is a novel by Umberto Eco, published in 2010. The novel is set in Prague in the late 19th century and follows the adventures of a man named Simonini, who is hired to forge documents that will help spread anti-Semitic propaganda.

As Simonini becomes increasingly involved in the scheme, he becomes drawn into a web of intrigue and deception that leads him from Paris to Prague and beyond. Along the way, he encounters a variety of characters, including an Italian nationalist, a Russian spy, and a group of Jews who are trying to defend themselves against the propaganda.

“The Prague Cemetery” is a clever and engaging blend of history, mystery, and satire, and is considered a masterpiece of modern literature. It is a thought-provoking and entertaining book that explores themes of power, manipulation, and the human condition.

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