Results 1 – 8 of 8 Bakakaj by Gombrowicz, Witold and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles Bakakaj i inne opowiadania Gombrowicz, Witold. Bakakaj i inne opowiadania (Polish language edition) – Witold Gombrowicz · Ferdydurke – Witold Gombrowicz · Lalka – Boleslaw Prus · Wywieranie wpływu na . 16 Witold Gombrowicz, “Tancerz mecenasa Kraykowskiego,”in Witold Gombrowicz, Bakakaj i inne opowiadania(Kraków: Wydawnictwo Literackie, ), 5.
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Those two short stories are shedding, albeit unobtrusive, light into the chasm between Gombrowicz and I. View all 3 comments. In the s opowiaadnia started writing, but soon rejected the legendary novel, whose form and subject matter were supposed to manifest his ‘worse’ and darker side of nature. Jan 21, Elizabeth added it.
Shelf – Misanthropic humour
Read it in Bosnian translation. Oct 23, Kobe Bryant rated it really liked it. Gombrowicz spent a year in Paris where he studied at the Institut des Hautes Etudes Internationales; innne he was less than diligent in his studies his time in France brought him in constant contact with other young intellectuals. SpartanSheep rated it really liked it Jul 27, He also visited the Mediterranean.
Bakakaj i inne opowiadania
Some of these shorts are stupendous, two are stinkers. For everyone who is a story-freak like myself. The opowiadqnia these characters cling to normalcy, the more insane their actions become. There is a chasm between Gombrowicz and I.
For some I thought that they were some of the most brilliant stories I have ever read, for others that they are the most bizarre and idiotic ones and that I do not know bakalaj people waste their and my time writing such bullshit. Extremely fine collection of short stories. Very weird and creative short stories.
In he started exchanging letters with Jerzy Giedroyc and from he started having works published in the Parisian journal Bakajaj, where, infragments of Dziennik Diaries appeared.
I could have done without the extensive descriptions of marine and submarine tortures, but I suppose the violence is a part of the point. Open Preview See a Problem? For some I thought were exposing complex social flaws, for others that they were just a bunch of chauvinist bullsh I have rarely been so confused when trying to grade a book.
Gombrowicz spent a year in Paris where he studied bzkakaj the Institut des Hautes Etudes Internationales; although he was less than diligent in his studies his time in France brought him in constant contact with other young intellectuals.
This is without a doubt, one of the best books I’ve read in a while. Want to Read saving…. Jul 23, Joshua added it. This goes really high up on my list of favorite story collections. It is telling of Witold’s youth as he came from a very wealthy and educated background in Poland. When he found out about the outbreak of war in Europe, he decided to wait in Buenos Aires till the war was over, but was actually to stay there until — often, especially during the war, in great poverty.
Could an imagination be more over-heated? Refresh and try again. The publication of Ferdydurke, his first novel, brought him acclaim in literary circles.
Bakakaj i inne opowiadania / Witold Gombrowicz ; opracował Zdzisław Łapiński – Details – Trove
Published May 1st by Archipelago Books first published I’ve both laughed out loudly and looked at the pages with disgust while reading this, and that’s definitely a good thing. In his family moved to Warsaw. If anyone is ever in need of a respite from shouldering the weight of more demanding novels, of narratives of indescribable weight or seriousness, I would suggest a visit to Gombrowicz’ world.
In he opoqiadania exchanging letters with Jerzy Giedroyc and from he started having works published in the Parisian journal Culture, where, infragments of Dziennik Diaries appeared. Bacacay by Witold Gombrowicz. However, the novel at least generated a dislike and a struggle, which certainly pushed me to reflect and question and saturate myself in a mysteriousness engendered by Gombrowicz style and narration. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.