By Witold Gombrowicz
Although Witold Gombrowicz’s detailed, idiosyncratic writings comprise a three-volume Diary, this voluminous record bargains few evidence approximately his formative years in Poland sooner than his books have been banned there and he went into voluntary exile. Polish Memories—a sequence of autobiographical sketches Gombrowicz composed for Radio unfastened Europe in the course of his years in Argentina within the past due 1950s—fills the distance in our knowledge.
Written in an easy method with out his well-known linguistic innovations, the booklet provides an attractive account of Gombrowicz’s youth, formative years, literary beginnings, and fellow writers in interwar Poland and divulges how those stories and contributors formed his possible outlandish suggestions in regards to the self, tradition, paintings, and society. moreover, the publication is helping readers comprehend the various autobiographical allusions in his fiction and brings a brand new point of knowing and appreciation to his lifestyles and work.