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To ask other readers questions about Busz po polskuplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Dec 30, Konrad von Pless rated it really liked it. A great selection of short reportages set in Poland of the late ‘s. It is terrific in conveying the general feel and the new face of the country which emerged after the war as well as the mindset of its people.
Instead of enumerating or analyzing facts, the book creates an atmosphere which absorbs the reader; he leaves with a conviction that far from knowing what happened, he knows how bhsz felt. A large polxku of that is on account of the writing style which fits the situations and characters d Pl great selection of short reportages set in Poland of the late ‘s. A large part of that is kapucjski account of the writing style kapucsiki fits the situations and characters described rather than showcasing the author’s literary prowess at every opportunity – a dose of the latter is featured too though.
Breath-taking, vibrant, timeless writing. The book that is a rare keeper for re-visiting and savouring again. This book explores a post-Stalin Communist Poland through encounters with common folk far away from Cities.
First book I checked out by Ryszard and will definitely check others out. The book is split up into 17 short stories. Some I enjoyed more than others. These short stories have characters in them that are incredibly interesting and could easily be mistaken for fiction.
The dialogue is witty and funny, the situations sad or inspiring. Only issue with the book is that the short stories are too This book explores a post-Stalin Communist Poland through encounters with common folk far away from Cities. Only issue with the book is that the short stories are too short and they seem to end at the best part.
Jan 02, Aleksandra rated it liked it. I liked some stories in this one The text stutters throughout. Hope its just the translation. Many great topics, none fully realised. This short collection of pieces by Ryszard Kapuscinski is beautiful collection.
Busz po polsku, Notes by Ryszard Kapuściński
Each one reads like an imaginatively created fiction and I had to keep reminding myself that these stories are snapshots of Polish life from six decades ago. Kapuscinski has a knack for turning the mundane and shocking into lovingly crafted colourful word pictures. The atmosphere created with just a few words over a few pages is incredible. I’ve only just started kqpuciski my way through Kapuscinskis work and really d This short collection of pieces by Ryszard Kapuscinski is beautiful collection.
Busz po polsku, Notes
I’ve only just started plouging my way through Kapuscinskis work and really don’t know why I’ve neglected him for so long. I can’t recomend this book enough.
This book, written while he was banned from covering stories kapucieki because of the censorhip in Poland at the time. The stories in this book show a very sweet and sour side of Polish life in the country, at a time when the country was kapuciskk recovering from the war under the communist regime.
Surprisingly the text is not very site specific, he does not necessarily give out common stereotypes of life in Eastern Europe under communist rule.
His focus is rather on human nature and how we act in strange circumstances and deal with the cards handed to us. Sep 18, Gabriel C. Extremely strange, eminently readable, illegible or confusing in places because of time and distance, virtually unimaginable now as plosku journalism. Horizon-broadening, universal in its specificity.
I love all the other books by Kapuscinski but I just couldn’t get into any of these stories. Only tried the first three so I’ll perhaps pick this up kaouciski time and try again. A fine collection of essays, some perhaps more art than life, penned by the renowned traveler-report Ryszard Kapuscinski. Nov 11, Anna rated it really liked it Shelves: Heroes of those reportages are two German women running away from house for elderly people in Szczytno, flisak, nightguard, poor pesant, seasonal workers, expelled from university, who don’t want to go back to their hometowns or villages, peoplr ithout address.
Muy recomendable para entender usos sociales y formas de pensar de la Polonia del siglo pasado. Non mi lascia una grande immagine della Polonia e ritengo che molti episodi potrebbero adattarsi a qualsiasi paese di campagna dell’Europa del secondo dopoguerra. Jul 03, Joanna rated it liked it Shelves: Composition of reportages about Polish province in 50thies. Written in a funny and poosku way, describing kapuciskk, hard life of simple people from the point of view of a big-city journalist.
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In he was appointed to the Polish Buss Agency and began traveling around the developing world and reporting on wars, coups and revolutions in Asia, the Americas, and Europe; he lived through twenty-seven revolutions and coups, was jailed forty times, and survived four death sentences. During some of this time he also worked for the Polish Secret Service, although little is known of his role.
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