Four Decades of Polish Essays

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Jan Kott
Northwestern University Press, 1990 - 403 pages
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Four Decades of Polish Essays contains the works of the greatest Polish writers of this century. The essay was the form most particularly adapted to the Polish sensitivity, the form in which the most inventive and original power of the Polish literary genius expressed itself. No previous anthology has brought together this rich array of literary accomplishments on topics from literature, art, and drama to politics and science fiction. Four Decades of Polish Essays makes possible for the first time the systematic study of some of the more fascinating prose literature of the twentieth century.

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Contents

Part One
7
Part Two
97
Part Three
217
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About the author (1990)

Jan Kott was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1914. In 1969 he left Poland for the United States. He received the 1985 George Jean Nathan Award for Dramatic Criticism for The Theater of Essence (Northwestern University Press, 1984).

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