Автор: Czeslaw Milosz Название: Selected and Last Poems 1931-2004 ISBN: 0141392304 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780141392301 Издательство: Random House - Penguin Рейтинг: Цена: 1269 р. Наличие на складе: Есть у поставщика Поставка под заказ.
Описание: Brings together author`s poems, spanning his writing life. This book features verses such as `Cafe` that he considers the upheaval, revolutions and two world wars that he had witnessed, while `My Faithful Mother Tongue` reflects the loyalty he felt to his native Polish language.
Автор: Czeslaw Milosz Название: New and Collected Poems 1931-2001 ISBN: 0141186410 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780141186412 Издательство: Random House - Penguin Рейтинг: Цена: 2310 р. Наличие на складе: Есть у поставщика Поставка под заказ.
Описание: This is the authoritative edition of the work of one of the world`s greatest living poets. This volume brings together a selection of Miosz`s poetry from his early youth in Poland to poems marking a new century.
Автор: Czeslaw Milosz Название: Native Realm ISBN: 0141392282 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780141392288 Издательство: Random House - Penguin Рейтинг: Цена: 1269 р. Наличие на складе: Есть у поставщика Поставка под заказ.
Описание: After The Second World War, the author was exiled for many years from his home country of Poland. In this book, he evokes that homeland and his years away from it; how it nurtured him and how its divisions and destruction shaped a generation.
Автор: Czeslaw Milosz; Edited by Bogdana Carpenter and Ma Название: To Begin Where I Am ISBN: 0374528594 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780374528591 Издательство: Holtzbrink(MPS)/MPS Рейтинг: Цена: 2130 р. Наличие на складе: Нет в наличии.
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 Andrzejewski, to brief biographical sketches and poetic prose pieces from the late 1990s, this volume presents Milosz the prose writer in all his multiple, beguiling guises. The incisive, sardonic analyst of the seductive power of communism is also the author of tender, elegiac portraits of friends famous and obscure; the witty commentator on Polish complexes writes lyrically of the California landscape. Two great themes predominate in these essays, several of which have never appeared before in English: Milosz's personal struggle to sustain his religious faith, and his unswerving allegiance to a poetry that is on the side of man.
Автор: Czeslaw Milosz; Translated from the Polish by Made Название: Legends of Modernity ISBN: 0374530467 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780374530464 Издательство: Holtzbrink(MPS)/MPS Рейтинг: Цена: 1936 р. Наличие на складе: Нет в наличии.
Legends of Modernity, now available in English for the first time, brings together some of Czeslaw Milosz's early essays and letters, composed in German-occupied Warsaw during the winter of 1942-43.
Why did the European spirit succumb to such a devastating fiasco? the young Milosz asks. Half a century later, when Legends of Modernity saw its first publication in Poland, Milosz said: If everything inside you is agitation, hatred, and despair, write measured, perfectly calm sentences... While the essays here reflect a perfect calm, the accompanying contemporaneous exchange of letters between Milosz and Jerzy Andrzejewski express the raw emotions of agitation, hatred and despair experienced by these two close friends struggling to understand the proximate causes of this debacle of western civilization, and the relevance, if any, of the teachings of the Catholic church. Passionate, poignant, and compelling, Legends of Modernity is a deeply moving insight into the mind and emotions of one of the greatest writers of our time.
Описание: The autobiography of the Nobel laureate Before he emigrated to the United States, Czeslaw Milosz lived through many of the social upheavals that defined the first half of the twentieth century. Here, in this compelling account of his early life, the author sketches his moral and intellectual history from childhood to the early fifties, providing the reader with a glimpse into a way of life that was radically different from anything an American or even a Western European could know. Using the events of his life as a starting point, "Native Realm" sets out to explore the consciousness of a writer and a man, examining the possibility of finding glimmers of meaning in the midst of chaos while remaining true to oneself. In this beautifully written and elegantly translated work, Milosz is at his very best. Czeslaw Milosz was awarded the 1978 Neustadt International Prize in Literature and the 1980 Nobel Prize in Literature. Since 1962 he has been a professor, now emeritus, of Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of California, Berkeley. Among his recent publications are "Striving Towards Being: The Letters of Czeslaw Milosz and Thomas Merton" and "Road-side Dog." He lives in Berkeley, California, and Krakow, Poland. In his compelling autobiography, "Native Realm," Nobel laureate Czeslaw Milosz offers a vivid account of his early life in his homeland and elsewhere in Europe, from his childhood days to the early 1950s. As a witness to immense social and political upheaval, Milosz examines the development of his own moral and intellectual history against the backdrop of many of the defining events of the twentieth century. These reflections lead him to question the possibility of finding glimmers of meaning in the mist of chaos while, at the same time, remaining true to oneself. "Native Realm: A Search for Self-Definition" traces the inimitable efforts of one of the twentieth century's greatest literary figures to define himself, his work, and the world around him. Elegant and eloquent, this vibrant autobiography stands as one of Milosz's most important work. "Amazingly creative . . . "Native Realm" is an ambitious attempt at an autobiography told as social history."--George Gomori, "World Literature Today" "Lucid, graceful and not lacking a sense of the absurd . . . A] brilliant memoir."--Robert Taylor, "The Boston Globe"
Автор: Czeslaw Milosz; Translated by the Author and Rober Название: Road-side Dog ISBN: 0374526230 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780374526238 Издательство: Holtzbrink(MPS)/MPS Рейтинг: Цена: 1742 р. Наличие на складе: Нет в наличии.
I went on a journey in order to acquaint myself with my province, in a two-horse wagon with a lot of fodder and a tin bucket rattling in the back. The bucket was required for the horses to drink from. I traveled through a country of hills and pine groves that gave way to woodlands, where swirls of smoke hovered over the roofs of houses, as if they were on fire, for they were chimneyless cabins; I crossed districts of fields and lakes. It was so interesting to be moving, to give the horses their rein, and wait until, in the next valley, a village slowly appeared, or a park with the white spot of a manor in it. And always we were barked at by a dog, assiduous in its duty. That was the beginning of the century; this is its . I have been thinking not only of the people who lived there once but also of the generations of dogs accompanying them in their everyday bustle, and one night-I don't know where it came from-in a pre-dawn sleep, that funny and tender phrase composed itself: a road-side dog. --Road-Side Dog
Автор: Milosz Czeslaw Название: Selected and Last Poems: 1931-2004 ISBN: 0062095889 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780062095886 Издательство: HarperCollins USA Цена: 1645 р. Наличие на складе: Нет в наличии.
The long-awaited paperback edition of Selected Poems, revised and updated with more than forty new poems never before published in English
2011 marks the centenary year of one of the twentieth century's most important poets, Nobel laureate Czeslaw Milosz. To mark the occasion, Anthony Milosz has translated into English the last poems his father wrote, granting readers new insight into the work of an unparalleled master of the form.
Life opened for Czeslaw Milosz with the clash of civilizations in northeastern Europe. What unfolded around him was a century of catastrophe and madness: two world wars, revolutions, invasions, and the murders of tens of millions of people. In the thick of this upheaval, wide awake and in awe of living, Milosz tried to understand both history and the moment, with humble respect for the suffering of each individual. He wrote masterful poetry infused with a tireless spirit and a penetrating insight into fundamental human dilemmas and the staggering yet simple truth that "to exist on the earth is beyond any power to name."
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. "Beginning with My Streets," available for the first time in paperback, gathers portraits of the writers Aleksander Wat, Dwight MacDonald, and Fyodor Dostoevsky, as well as the great Swedish scientist Emanuel Swedenborg; an exchange of letters from the 1950s with the novelist and diarist Witold Gombrowicz; and a selection of speeches delivered between 1967 and 1987, including Milosz’s Nobel Lecture. These diffuse reckonings, distinguished throughout by the flavor of personality and the aura of place, have a cumulative power—they are quintessential Milosz.
Автор: Czeslaw Milosz; Translated by Richard Lourie Название: Visions from San Francisco Bay ISBN: 0374517630 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780374517632 Издательство: Holtzbrink(MPS)/MPS Рейтинг: Цена: 1936 р. Наличие на складе: Нет в наличии.
Interrelated essays by the Nobel Laureate on his adopted home of California, which Lewis Hyde, writing in The Nation, called "remarkable, morally serious and thought-provoking essays, which strive to lay aside the barren categories by which we have understood and judged our state . . . Their subject is the frailty of modern civilization."
Автор: Milosz, Czeslaw Название: Second Space ISBN: 0060755245 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780060755249 Издательство: HarperCollins USA Цена: 1451 р. Наличие на складе: Нет в наличии.
Описание: Concerned with questions of aging and mortality, Second Space is a fitting bookend to this Nobel Prize-winning poet’s prolific and illustrious career.
Название: Milosz like the world ISBN: 3631626711 ISBN-13(EAN): 9783631626719 Издательство: Peter Lang Рейтинг: Цена: 8614 р. Наличие на складе: Поставка под заказ.
Описание: Czeslaw Milosz, poet, literary critic, essayist and Nobel Laureate, is a familiar person to the Anglophone literary community. But American and British critics in the main are not very competent in the intimate features of Polish literary culture and have no access to the Polish language. This volume presents some of the most penetrating commentaries on Milosz’s ?uvre by Polish critics. They illuminate both intrinsic poetic matters, such as the verse structure or the genre tradition, and the specific historic background of his poems, such as life under Nazi occupation. This comprehensive outline will be indispensable to anyone wanting to understand the real meaning of the often enigmatic writer and his, as Helen Vendler called it, Shakespearean breadth.
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