Maria Dąbrowska’s saga Night and Days (1932–1934) portrays the story of the Niechcic family at the turn of the twentieth century.
The novel The Coming Spring (1925) paints a literary picture of the first years of Polish independence, seen through the eyes of Cezary Baryka, a young man born in Russia who arrives in his parents’ homeland around 1920.
Both books convey the atmosphere of the Solidarity era
Collection of homilies delivered in 1976 by Karol Wojtyła
Saga about the tragic fate of rural Poland during World War II and under Communist rule
Miłosz explains how intellectuals succumb to Marxism