Witold Gombrowicz


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Noun1.Witold Gombrowicz - Polish author (1904-1969)
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Ferdydurke , Witold Gombrowicz, translated by Agnieszka Piotrowska and Mu'tasim Baha'i, Dar al-Jamal.
No pocas veces la lectura del testamento provoca agravios: Cosmos es una pelicula dificil, la adaptacion imposible de una novela imposible de otro polaco, Witold Gombrowicz, que funciona unicamente en la sinuosidad y los meandros del lenguaje escrito.
Discussion encompasses the work of playwrights including Jean Genet, Edward Albee, Witold Gombrowicz, Harold Pinter, Sam Shepard, and Samuel Beckett.
In the view of most critics, Dzienniki (Diaries) is among the best writings of Witold Gombrowicz (1904-1969).
In Witold Gombrowicz, for example, she finds, more than a foreign writer, a thinker of exile.
Tambien con una analogia Ricardo Piglia senala ahora las dudas sobre el resultado: con el comandante Croce, un viejo policia que desconfia de las razones para cerrar un caso: el ultimo punto; esa misma vuelta a la novela policiaca que hizo antes Witold Gombrowicz, pero mas comedida, mas equilibrada, porque le encuentra, como digo, una via de escape, cerca de la hermeneutica.
Among these was the Polish writer Witold Gombrowicz, who arrived for what he thought would be a short visit, was stranded during the Second World War, and eventually remained for more than two decades.
Este es particularmente el caso de la produccion de Witold Gombrowicz (1904-1969) quien paso un tercio de su vida adulta y creadora en Buenos Aires, pero escribiendo en polaco y considerandose siempre un extrano dentro del campo cultural argentino.
He then examines the writings of Witold Gombrowicz as a pre-cursor to postmodern (particularly Foucauldian) conceptions of forms of pressure, dominance, and control in language and art.
In literature, the existential space of modernism is well-described in the works of Thomas Stearns Eliot and Witold Gombrowicz (on Gombrowicz and modernity, see, e.
Parallel to the picture of displacement set by her grandfather and his samovar in Buenos Aires is the story of Witold Gombrowicz, the celebrated Polish writer who came to Argentina in 1939 on a book tour and found he could not return to his native Warsaw.
Y del dolor, pasamos a la seccion "Enfermos de libros", donde asistimos a dialogos con escritores como Raymond Aron, Bioy Casares y Witold Gombrowicz.