Unquiet Days: At Home in Poland

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Ticknor & Fields, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 286 pages
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The author describes life in Poland during the two years he lived in Warsaw, drawing on history, politics, and personal experience to reveal the traditional ways of Polish life and the realities of living under martial law

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Swick, an American journalist, moved to Poland in 1980 for two years in order to live with his new Polish wife and teach English in Warsaw. In this chronicle, he reveals the daily lives of the Polish ... Read full review

Contents

WARSZAWA
13
THE ENGLISH
80
HI WAR MONTHS
131
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