Rondo by Kazimierz Brandys

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About the AuthorKazimierz Brandys was born in Poland in 1916. He was awarded numerous prizes, including the Jurzykowski (1982), Prato-Europa (1986) and Ignazio Silone (1986). He was made a member of the French Order of Fine Arts and Literature in 1993. Bandys died in France in 2000.About the TranslatorJaroslaw Anders immigrated to the United States from Poland in 1981. Since 1984 he has been an editor, writer and producer for Voice of America. His translations include Malcolm Bradbury's Homo Historicus and Hannah Krall's The Subtenant.
Published October 31, 1989 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux. 266 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference. Fiction

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Brandys (A Warsaw Diary, Paris/New York) is a grand old man of Polish letters, and this is put forward as one of his most characteristic works--a novel history and ideas with a subtext of passion and artifice.

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Brandys regularly underscores the connection between the theater in which Tom and Tola work and the “political theater” in which they participate, giving short shrift to their actual relationship, which eventually feels more like an excuse for the occasional mini-essay about the nature of politic...

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