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8 of the Best Reportage Books from Poland. Poland has a long tradition of non-fiction writing referred to as reportage or, as it is also called, literary reportage
Mariusz Szczygieł is well versed in the Polish school of reportage writing and he applies his method to this specific Czech ambiguity. Original and surprising. Extraordinary, hypnotizing, and disturbing tales. If you want to understand the Czech Republic in the twentieth century, read Gottland. frankfurter allegemeine zeitung. Masterful pros. mpressive. com/mhpbooks illehouse. Szczygiel, Mariusz, 1966-. Gottland : mostly true stories from half of Czechoslovakia, Mariusz. Szczygiel; translated by Antonia Lloyd-Jones.
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Mariusz Szczygieł: Gottland (Európa Kiadó, translated by Zsuzsa Mihályi, 2009) - book presentation 10 November 2009 (Tuesday), 6 pm Czech Centrum Budapest, VI. Szegfű u. 4. Tuesday 10 November 2009, 7:00 p. A collection of reportages about the Czechs and how they were caught up in the times they lived in. Czechoslovakia and the Czech land - Gottland - is a country of horror, sadness, and grotesque. Mariusz Szczygiel's GOTTLAND has nothing in common with the stereotypical image of a country of jokers who kill time drinking beer. The real mental home of the Polish journalist and TV-reporter is Prague, since he became a writer by discovering the city. The discusssion with the author will be guided by László Kovács G. historian, translator.
Or as Szczygieł puts it in a less flattering manner: a representative of one marginal nation writing about another marginal nation.
Gottland Mariusz Szczygieł. Melville House, p. 70, £1. 9. As Mariusz Szczgieł explains, the doubts were reasonable. But in 2009 Gottland won the European Book Prize (a serious award; the late Tony Judt’s Postwar won it the previous year) and it has been well received throughout the continent. There must have been similar commercial concerns among publishers here, but thankfully it has at last been translated into English - and extremely well - by Antonia Lloyd-Jones. Gottland is one of the funniest books I have read - and one of the shrewdest - about what it was like to live under fascism and communism, the experience of so much of Europe in the last century.
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- Recorded At – Studio148
- Mixed At – Studio148
- Mastered At – Studio148
- Copyright (c) – audio ART
- Art Direction – Alexandru Daș*
- Cover – Anna Grozavu
- Project Manager – Laura Albulescu
- Read By [În lectura] – Șerban Pavlu
- Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By – Marius Costache
- Text By – Mariusz Szczygieł
- Text By [Traducere din limba polonă] – Ana-Maria Luft
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- Barcode: 9786067105926