Rafał Wojaczek: Letters for Dead Man

Rafał Wojaczek: Letters for Dead Man

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Rafał Wojaczek is one of the most significant Polish poet in the second half of twentieth century. He was born on the 6th of december in 1945 in Mikolow. He died at night from 10 to 11 of May 1971 in Wroclaw. The book is representative anthology of his whole literary work.

Rafał Wojaczek is one of the most significant Polish poet in the second half of twentieth century. He was born on the 6th of december in 1945 in Mikolow. He died at night from 10 to 11 of May 1971 in Wroclaw. The book is representative anthology of his whole literary work. In this title, there are the poems from all five poem collections. In the last part, Laugh and Taunt of God, there are the verse from poet’s heritage, either ready to be published by author on his own, or set aside by censorship of his previous poems collection.

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Vydavateľstvo Pectus, Košice 2009
ISBN: 978-80-89435-01-2
hardback, number of pages: 112
format: 120 x 190 mm
VOC s DPH: 5,85 €

They wrote about the book
Wojaczkova tvorba z pohľadu Daniela Heviera
Ján Litvák: Skrátené hľadanie zmareného času

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