Tag: Witold Gombrowicz
Bedside table #21. Rafał Wojasiński: Authenticity in literature is a type of demagogy
Prose writer and playwright Rafał Wojasiński, this year's winner of the Marek Nowakowski Award, talks about reading Gombrowicz sat on a sheaf, his fascination with Kafka's Diaries, the work of Różewicz and Miłosz, as well as the artificiality of the world and language detaching from man.
Witold Gombrowicz’s “Kosmos” in Bulgarian with the support of the Book Institute
The translation of Kosmos (“Cosmos”) has been published in Bulgaria. The book was translated by Katerina Kokinova. The publication of Witold Gombrowicz's work was supported by the Book Institute as part of the ©POLAND Translation Programme.
Bedside table #4. Professor Maciej Urbanowski: I am a naïve reader
Maciej Urbanowski, literary historian, critic, and editor, tells us about literary discoveries, the recovery of masterpieces, reading caprices, the search for marginalised voices, books worth publishing abroad, The Odyssey, from which everything began, and about how reading a book is a reading of another human being.