Opowiadania / Short stories
Today, on tape, a collection of stories about which Jarosław Iwaszkiewicz wrote: "It seems that no one but Borowski really reached into the essence that disgraces human affairs, no one can develop the method and operation of debasing humanity so precisely. Nobody - I mean nobody here. It seems that Borowski's short stories do not work properly with world literature. This is the pinnacle of this type of equipment.”
In Borowski's stories, the breakdown between the executioner and the victim is blurred.
See the description of our copy:
Warsaw 1948, Wiedza, pp. 178, ; format 21 cm.
Cover design by Maria Hiszpanska-Neumann.
A collection of short stories inspired by the writer's wartime experiences, including holocaust:
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