The Eagle and the Crow: Modern Polish Short Stories

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Teresa Halikowska, George Hyde
Serpent's Tail, 1996 - Fiction - 226 pages
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Twenty stories by Polish writers from the 1930s to the 1990s. The story, Dinner at Countess Kotlubay's by Witold Gombrowicz is a spoof on pre-war gentry, Spring in Poland by Slawomir Mrozek is political satire on Communism, while Tadeusz Borowski's This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen describes the routine of a World War II death camp.

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THE EAGLE AND THE CROW: Contemporary Polish Short Fiction

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The Eagle And The Crow ($14.99 paperback original; Apr. 1997; 226 pp.; 1-85242-356-0): A fine anthology of 20 stories by 16 Polish writers (``dating from the period just before the Second World War to ... Read full review

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Bruno Schulz Tailors Dummies
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Aleksander Wat The History of the Last Revolution
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Witold Gombrowicz Dinner at Countess Kothibays
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