With 880 pages, “In the Shadow of Totalitarianisms” brings together previously-scattered articles, essays and reviews, inviting Miłosz fans, literary scholars and historians to explore its themes in greater depth.
London commuters have the chance to read the poetry that helped keep Polish culture alive during the dark days of partition.
The biography explores Conrad’s life and how the changing word he lived in shaped it.
Last year she won the Medal of Saints for ‘caring and helping’ criminals. This year she bagged the Stołek award for best urban project. TFN’s Magda Dercz caught up with the woman whose motto when working with prisoners is: “I do not deal with their past, but with their future.”
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A Canadian literary critic featured in Canada’s Who’s Who and Amazon's Number 1 Bestseller list, Professor Peter Swirski is the leading scholar on Stanisław Lem
Born to Polish parents on August 20th 1967 in the city of Ramat Gan, east of Tel Aviv, it was his father’s tales of gangsters and prostitutes which inspired the young Keret to greatness.
His children’s story ‘Those Who Stole The Moon’, the film version of which starred the young Jarosław and Lech Kaczyński, was the first in a series of masterpieces. Today marks the 65th anniversary of his death.
Twelve towns in the Lublin region of eastern Poland, which were written about by Nobel Prize winner Izaak Baszewis Singer, will be visited by artists and performers from around the world during the eighth 'Following I.B. Singer's Traces' festival, which starts on Monday.
Killed by the German Nazis while writing his novel Messiah, the manuscript went missing and is now considered one of the Holy Grails of literature.