Tag: Agatha Christie
Beside table #19. Rafał Woś: Books were tiring for me for a long time
Rafał Woś, a journalist and economic publicist, talks about economic and business readings, returning to his childhood’s favourite books, learning to read with Agatha Christie's crime novels, his first book to lose contact with reality, his aversion to reportage, his fascination with the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and a novel in which the Germans colonise the Moon.
Bedside table #8. Anna Kańtoch: I have a weakness for books about murders on the moors
Writer Anna Kańtoch, five-time winner of the Janusz A. Zajdel Award, talks about books that have made an impression on her in recent years, militia crime stories read in her childhood, debt to Agatha Christie, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Andrzej Sapkowski, and reveals which masterpiece of Polish literature she was not able to struggle through.