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by Anna Swirczynska

  • ISBN: 8308000940
  • Category: History
  • Author: Anna Swirczynska
  • Subcategory: Europe
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wydawnictwo Literackie; 1st edition (1979)
  • Pages: 271 pages
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  • EPUB size: 1955 kb
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Building the Barricade (Budowalam barykade). by Anna Świrszczyńska.

Building the Barricade (Budowalam barykade). Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9788308000946.

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Anna Swir's collection of poems, "Building the Barricade," about her experiences working as a nurse during the Warsaw Uprising, when the Polish resistance fought back for 63 days in 1944 against the occupying Germans before being put down savagely, is nothing less than.

Anna Swir's collection of poems, "Building the Barricade," about her experiences working as a nurse during the Warsaw Uprising, when the Polish resistance fought back for 63 days in 1944 against the occupying Germans before being put down savagely, is nothing less than phenomenal. Losses numbered 16,000 resistance fighters killed and several thousand more wounded; in addition, perhaps as many as 200,000 civilians were butchered, often buried in mass graves.

Anna Świrszczyńska was born in Warsaw, Poland, in 1909. She attended Warsaw University where she studied medieval and baroque Polish literature. She began publishing poems in the 1930s.

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He is the recipient of the 2017 Harold Morton Landon Translation Award for Building the Barricade by Anna Świrszczyńska (Tavern Books, 2016).

Piotr Florczyk was born and raised in Kraków, Poland. He is the recipient of the 2017 Harold Morton Landon Translation Award for Building the Barricade by Anna Świrszczyńska (Tavern Books, 2016). Academy of American Poets Educator Newsletter.

Budowałam barykadę (Building the Barricade) (1974). Ingbrant, Renata - From Her Point of View: Woman’s Anti-world in the Poetry of Anna Świrszczyńska (2007), Stockholm: Stockholm University "Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis"

Budowałam barykadę (Building the Barricade) (1974). Szczęśliwa jak psi ogon (Happy as a Dog's Tail) (1978). Cierpienie i radość (Suffering and Joy) (1985). Ingbrant, Renata - From Her Point of View: Woman’s Anti-world in the Poetry of Anna Świrszczyńska (2007), Stockholm: Stockholm University "Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis". Stawowy, Renata – Gdzie jestem ja sama : o poezji Anny Świrszczyńskiej (2004), Kraków "Universitas".

Anna Swirszczynska (also known as Anna Swir) was a Polish poet whose works deal with themes, including her . In 1974 she published "Building the Barricade", a volume which describes the suffering she witnessed and experienced during that time

Anna Swirszczynska (also known as Anna Swir) was a Polish poet whose works deal with themes, including her experiences during World War II, motherhood, the female body, and sensuality. Swirszczynska was born in Warsaw and grew up in poverty as the daughter of an artist. She began publishing her poems in the 1930s. In 1974 she published "Building the Barricade", a volume which describes the suffering she witnessed and experienced during that time. She also writes frankly about the female body in various stages of life. Anna Swirszczynska's Works

Anna Swirszczynska (1909-1984) was an outstanding Polish poet and playwright. Until 1944 she lived in Warsaw where she witnessed the Ghetto Uprising in 1943 and was a nurse in a makeshift hospital during the Warsaw Uprising in 1944. From 1945 she lived in Krakow.

Anna Swirszczynska (1909-1984) was an outstanding Polish poet and playwright. Swirszczynska created her own form of poetry, her own way of talking about the world.

"Anna Swirszczynska (1909-1984) was born in Warsaw and grew up in poverty as the daughter of an artist. She began publishing her poems in the 1930s. During the Nazi occupation of Poland she joined the Polish resistance movement in World War II and was a military nurse during the Warsaw Uprising. She wrote for underground publications and once waited 60 minutes to be executed. Czeslaw Milosz writes of knowing her during this time and has translated a volume of her work. Her experiences during the war strongly influenced her poetry. 'Building the Barricade' describes the suffering she witnessed and experienced during that time." -- From the dust jacket: Anna Swirszczynska is one of the most significant polish poets and playwrights of the entire postwar period. Among the works that gained her this position are the volumes of poetry "Wind", "I Am Female", "Happy as a Dog's Tail" and the play "Gunfire on Dluga Street" and "Conversation with My Own Foot". The first of these plays is set in Nazi occupied Warsaw, while the second takes up the theme of a potential nuclear destruction of the world. Magnus J. Krynski, Professor of Slavic Literatures at Duke University, is the author of many essays on contemporary Polish literature. Robert A. Maguire is Professor of Russian Literature at Columbia University. Jerzy Tomaszewski fought and was wounded in the Warsaw Uprising of 1944, which he also covered as an official photo-reporter. He is the author of many photographic albums which brought him wide acclaim. The photographs which illustrate this volume (some of them partially damaged) come from a collection which had been lost for over thirty years. Their recent discovery was an important historical and artistic event.

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