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  • On The Abolition Of All Polictical
    On The Abolition Of All Polictical (English, Paperback) Simone Weil

    An NYRB Classics Original...

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  • Josef Koudelka
    Josef Koudelka (English, Hardback) Josef Koudelka, Czeslaw Milosz $50.54 $65.00
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  • The Mountains of Parnassus
    The Mountains of Parnassus (English, Hardback) Czeslaw Milosz, Stanley Bill

    The Nobel laureate's unfinished science fiction novel-available in English for the first time ever

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  • Czeslaw Milosz: Selected and Last Poems, 1931-2004
    Czeslaw Milosz: Selected and Last Poems, 1931-2004 (English, Paperback) Czeslaw Milosz

    An updated and revised edition commemorating the Nobel Laureate's centenary year incorporates 40 new poems never before published in English and offers insight into the influences of northeastern Europe's cultural convergence and war on his intellectual life and work. Reprint. 10,000 first printing.

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  • New and Collected Poems 1931-2001
    New and Collected Poems 1931-2001 (English, Paperback) Czeslaw Milosz

    New and Collected Poems: 1931?2001 celebrates seven decades of Czeslaw Milosz's exceptional career. Widely regarded as one of the greatest poets of our time, Milosz is a master of probing inquiry and graceful expression. His poetry is infused with a tireless spirit and penetrating insight into fundamental human dilemmas and the staggering yet simple truth that "to exist on the earth is beyond any...

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  • The Captive Mind
    The Captive Mind (English, CD-Audio) Czeslaw Milosz $31.86
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    The Captive Mind (English, CD-Audio) Czeslaw Milosz $37.18
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    The Captive Mind (English, CD-Audio) Czeslaw Milosz $80.88
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  • Geschichte der Polnischen Literatur
    Geschichte der Polnischen Literatur (German, Paperback) Czeslaw Milosz

    Czeslaw Milosz, Dichter, Nobelpreisträger und Dozent für slavische Literatur an der Universität Berkeley, schrieb seine Geschichte der polnischen Literatur 1969 im amerikanischen Exil für das amerikanische Publikum. Erst 1993 konnte das Werk in Polen erscheinen, wo es Aufsehen erregte, weil es die traditionelle Sicht auf die polnische Literatur um eine persönliche Außensicht ergänzte....

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  • Gedichte
    Gedichte (German, Paperback) Czeslaw Milosz

    Czeslaw Milosz war ein großartiger Essayist und ein begnadeter Analytiker des Kommunismus; er war unmittelbar nach dem Krieg im diplomatischen Dienst, emigrierte dann aus Polen in die USA und ging 1960 als Professor nach Berkeley: ein vielsprachiger Intellektueller und Schriftsteller. Aber er war vor allem ein Dichter, der in seinem Werk die Abgründe des 20. Jahrhunderts beschrieben hat. Immer...

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  • Catharsis
    Catharsis (English, Paperback) Andrzej Szczeklik

    The ancient Greeks used the term catharsis for the cleansing of both the body by medicine and the soul by art. This book draws on our humanistic heritage to describe the artistry and the mystery of being a doctor. It explores how medicine and art share common roots and pose common challenges.

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  • The Captive Mind
    The Captive Mind (English, Paperback) Czeslaw Milosz

    Written in Paris in the early 1950s, this book created controversy in its analysis of 'modern' society that had allowed itself to be hypnotized by socio-political doctrines, and to accept totalitarian terror on the strength of a hypothetical future.

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  • Legends of Modernity
    Legends of Modernity (English, Paperback) Czeslaw Milosz

    The Novel Laureate reflects on his childhood in Nazi-occupied Poland and on the failure of Europe to avoid the catastrophic war and genocide of the 1930s and 1940s in a series of letters and essays that plumb the painful legacy of World War II.

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  • Beginning with My Streets
    Beginning with My Streets (English, Paperback) Czeslaw Milosz

    Polish Wilno?now Vilnius, in Lithuania?was the city of Czeslaw Milosz's youth and adolescence. In this collection of essays and reminiscences, written over a span of three decades, the Nobel Prize?winning poet traces an informal autobiography againstthe street map of an extraordinary city?a crossroads of languages, cultures, and beliefs?that lies at the very heart of his internal geography....

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  • Josef Koudelka: Exiles
    Josef Koudelka: Exiles (English, Hardback) Robert Delpire, Josef Koudelka

    Contains 10 new images by the author taken through his years of wandering through Europe and the United States since leaving his native Czechoslovakia. This book is about his passion and reserve.

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  • Selected Poems 1931-2004
    Selected Poems 1931-2004 (English, Hardback) Czeslaw Milosz

    ?One of the century's most important poets.?...

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  • Miracle Fair
    Miracle Fair (English, Paperback) Wislawa Szymborska

    "Miracle Fair is Szymborska at her very best."-Harvard Book Review

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  • Second Space: New Poems
    Second Space: New Poems (English, Paperback) Czeslaw Milosz

    A new collection by the ninety-three-year-old Nobel laureate continues his exploration of the meditative lyric, in a volume that considers such topics as aging and mortality. By the author of A Treatise on Poetry. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.

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  • Native Realm: a Search for Self-Definition
    Native Realm: a Search for Self-Definition (English, Paperback) Czeslaw Milosz

    The autobiography of the Nobel laureate...

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  • To Begin Where I Am
    To Begin Where I Am (English, Paperback) Czeslaw Milosz

    A comprehensive selection of essays--some never before translated into English--by the Nobel Laureate. To Begin Where I Am brings together a rich sampling of poet Czeslaw Milosz's prose writings. Spanning more than a half century, from an impassioned essay on human nature, wartime atrocities, and their challenge to ethical beliefs, written in 1942 in the form of a letter to his friend Jerzy...

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