A Memoir of the Warsaw Uprising | Seminary Co-op Bookstores
His first volume of poems, The Revolution of Things, appeared in Deliberately provocative in its use of grotesque imagery, it had a considerable impact. His next book, Erroneous Emotions , was radically antipoetic in its choice and use of words and sounds. Bialoszewski published two more collections of poetry in addition to plays and several books of prose, one of which, A Memoir of the Warsaw Uprising , describes the horrors of the ill-fated battle seen through the eyes of the nonheroic civilians.
She has translated from the Polish over a dozen volumes of fiction and essays by both already world-famous authors and those she has hoped would become well-known through her work. Her primary research interest is reflected in a current book project on the literary and cinematic representation of Warsaw as a vehicle for interrogating such issues as communist ideology, historical memory, and communal identity.
Through the analysis of space and topography in key post-war texts, she explores how authors and directors created a rhetorical space in literature and film where post-war Polish identity was contested, debated, and forged. November 11, pm - pm.nenricahostglouc.ga
Search All 1 Records in Our Collections
Details Collect From Order a copy Copyright or permission restrictions may apply. We will contact you if necessary.
To learn more about Copies Direct watch this short online video. Need help?
How do I find a book? Can I borrow this item?
- Teacher: The One Who Made the Difference.
- A Memoir of the Warsaw Uprising - Miron Białoszewski - Google книги;
- Madeline Levine on Miron Białoszewski’s 'Memoir of the Warsaw Uprising' - CSEEES?
Can I get a copy? Can I view this online? Ask a librarian.