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About a religious ‘miracle’ in Communist Poland

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Vivid and powerful picture of the communist regime in Albania – by an acclaimed young reportage writer who gives a voice to the ones who had been denied their own

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Author of the month

Olga Tokarczuk

Noble Prize laureate. The Swedish Academy, in its announcement of the verdict awarding the Nobel Prize to the writer, emphasised her “narrative imagination.” Tokarczuk’s novels impress with their epic breadth, although at the same time, she “never views reality as something stable or everlasting. She constructs her novels in a tension between cultural opposites; nature versus culture, reason versus madness, male versus female, home versus alienation.”


Jerzy Liebert
Collected Poems

Liebert’s legacy reflects the dilemmas of a generation which was to create Poland anew

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