Gombrowicz


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Noun1.Gombrowicz - Polish author (1904-1969)
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23 See Peter Sloterdijk's highly Gombrowiczian Critique of Cynical Reason, especially the section "Pyschosomatics of the Zeitgeist" and its first chapter, "Physiognomic Main Text." I thank Felicia Steele for discussions about Gombrowicz in this regard.
Ten years after the destruction of the Warsaw ghetto, Le communisme, a book by Dionys Mascolo, incarnated for Witold Gombrowicz, the Polish writer who had been living in exile in Argentina since the 1930s, some important materialist precepts.
Gombrowicz spent 24 years (1939-63) in voluntary exile in Buenos Aires.
By Witold Gombrowicz. The Odyssey Theatre Ensemble, Los Angeles.
Gombrowicz, as a young lawyer in Warsaw, published a collection of short stories, Pamietnik z okresu dojozewania, in 1933.
Discussion encompasses the work of playwrights including Jean Genet, Edward Albee, Witold Gombrowicz, Harold Pinter, Sam Shepard, and Samuel Beckett.
Bobkowski belonged to what is usually called "the 1910 generation." To this group belong Czeslaw Milosz, Jerzy Andrzejewski, Kazimierz Wyka, and Witold Gombrowicz. However, unlike his other great contemporaries, Bobkowski made his way into literature relatively late, that is to say after the Second World War.
How do we understand, then, the work of Henry James, IvyCompton-Burnett, Valle-Inclan, Borges, Saramago, and Gombrowicz,for example, for whom excellence depends on the permanent exacerbationof a personal style?