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by Jerzy Ficowski,First Last,Soren Gauger,Marcin Piekoszewski

eBook Waiting for the Dog to Sleep ePub
Author: Jerzy Ficowski,First Last,Soren Gauger,Marcin Piekoszewski
Language: English
ISBN: 8086264246
ISBN13: 978-8086264240
Publisher: Twisted Spoon Press; Translation edition (February 25, 2015)
Pages: 100
Category: Short Stories & Anthologies
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 683
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ePub file: 1556 kb
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Czekanie na sen psa (1970; translated by Soren A. Gauger and Marcin Piekoszewski as Waiting for the Dog to Sleep, 2006). Cyganie polscy (1953). Cyganie na polskich drogach (1965).

Jerzy Ficowski, Warsaw (Poland), 2002. 1924-10-04)October 4, 1924 Warsaw, Poland. Czekanie na sen psa (1970; translated by Soren A. Gałązka z drzewa słońca (1961). Rodzynki z migdałami (1964).

Author(s): Jerzy Ficowski, Soren Gauger (Translator). Marcin Piekoszewski (Translator). ISBN: 8086264246 (ISBN13: 9788086264240). Published July 2013 by Twisted Spoon Press. Author(s): Jerzy Ficowski, Soren Gauger (Translator).

Jerzy Ficowski, Soren Gauger (Translator)

Jerzy Ficowski, Soren Gauger (Translator). Ficowski's prose seems Waiting for the Dog to Sleep is poet, translator, and scholar Jerzy Ficowski's only collection of prose. In these short fictions and sketches Ficowski reinterprets a question posed by the writer central to him, Bruno Schulz, about the mythologization of reality. First published in Poland in 1970, this expressive collection illustrates how a suffering nation can find refuge in dreams, even if those dreams are haunted by a reality the dreamer is trying to escape.

Jerzy Ficowski, Soren Gauger, Marcin Piekoszewski. Translated from the Polish by Soren Gauger and Marcin Piekoszewski

Jerzy Ficowski, Soren Gauger, Marcin Piekoszewski. Translated from the Polish by Soren Gauger and Marcin Piekoszewski. Born in 1924 in Warsaw, Jerzy Ficowski is primarily known for his work on Bruno Schulz (Regions of the Great Heresy) and his poetry.

His translations include Waiting for the Dog to Sleep by Jerzy Ficowski .

His translations include Waiting for the Dog to Sleep by Jerzy Ficowski, Towers of Stone by Wojciech Jagielski, and Bruno Jasienski’s Futurist texts in The Legs of Izolda Morgan. His own writing has appeared in numerous journals and includes a collection of stories, Hymns to Millionaires, and a novella soon to be published. Marcin Piekoszewski studied at the English Departments of Opole University and Kraków’s Jagiellonian University, graduating from the latter in American Literature.

Jerzy Ficowski, translated by Soren Gauger and Marcin Piekoszewski. Published by Twisted Spoon Press. Waiting for the Dog to Sleep. Jerzy Ficowski, translated by Soren Gauger and Marcin Piekoszewski. LRB Merchandise - Now Shipped Worldwide.

Some friendly writers took upon themselves my instruction in contemporary history and it was in Jerzy Ficowski's flat that I heard for the first time the real story of the Warsaw Uprising of 1944. Ficowski also wrote an introduction to a book of Schulz's drawings, Xiega balwochwalcza (1988, The Booke of Idolatry) - many of them illustrations to his prose writings.

by Jerzy Ficowski, Soren Gauger. Ficowski's prose seems to reinterpret this approach to address the sense of loss and bleak landscape of postwar Poland. Books related to Waiting for the Dog to Sleep.

Jerzy Ficowski (Polish pronunciation: ; October 4, 1924, Warsaw - May 9, 2006, Warsaw) was .

Jerzy Ficowski (Polish pronunciation: ; October 4, 1924, Warsaw - May 9, 2006, Warsaw) was a Polish poet, writer and translator (from Yiddish, Russian, Romani and Hungarian). 1 Biography and works.

Fiction. Translated from the Polish by Soren Gauger and Marcin Piekoszewski. Born in 1924 in Warsaw, Jerzy Ficowski is primarily known for his work on Bruno Schulz (Regions of the Great Heresy) and his poetry. Not having belonged to any literary school or circle, he occupies a peculiar place in Polish literature, and in these short stories and sketches he takes Schulz1s mythologization of reality, whereby fiction is a way of turning the quotidian into the fantastical and eternal, and reinterprets it to address the sense of loss and bleak landscape of postwar Poland. Effortlessly weaving memory, religious ritual, daily life, and the magical, Ficowski hints at a sinister presence lurking behind these dreamlike tales--a trace of ruin or disintegration always present as the narrator repeatedly struggles to link some aspect of a past that has been annihilated with a present that is foreign and hostile.
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