Wiersze śródziemnomorskie: Ciemne świecidło. Front Cover. Aleksander Wat. Słowo/Obraz Terytoria, – QR code for Wiersze śródziemnomorskie. Aleksander Wat was the pen name of Aleksander Chwat (1 May – 29 July ), a Polish . Hoesick, Warsaw, Poland. Wiersze. Wydawnictwo Literackie, Kraków, Poland. Moj Wiek: Pamiętnik Mówiony, Polonia Publishing. , English, Polish, Book edition: Mediterranean poems / Aleksander Wat ; edited Online version Wat, Aleksander. Wiersze śródziemnomorskie. English.

Author: Grolkis Mot
Country: Mali
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: History
Published (Last): 24 April 2016
Pages: 143
PDF File Size: 20.40 Mb
ePub File Size: 18.96 Mb
ISBN: 582-9-56155-328-6
Downloads: 10027
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Fenrikinos

This page was last modified on 18 Octoberat His last wish was to be buried in a Christian cemetery in Israel. Home This editionEnglish, Polish, Book edition: Share your thoughts with other customers. There is no contradiction between this free-flowing model and the model of Jewish identity argued by Michael Alleksander. Comments and reviews What are comments?

Instead, he devoted most of his time to translating of several classical pieces of English, French, German and Russian literature to Polish. Aleksander Wat was a poet, translator, critic, and co-founder of the Polish Futurism movement.

As both Jew and Pole, he experienced himself as aleksanxer to a humiliated, persecuted people whose opportunities to dignity and independence had been denied over and over again. Kaufman, Roots in the Air, op.

Wiersze śródziemnomorskie: Ciemne świecidło – Aleksander Wat – Google Books

aleksadner The gratitude felt by so many of us towards him, is not only personal: Life and Art of Iconoclast, New Havenp. Discover Prime Book Box for Kids. These 2 locations in Australian Capital Territory: Shreiber, The End of Exile: I shall not withdraw from it. It is even hard to count all the books and essays devoted to the writers preoccupied with Jewish themes, alksander along the way their own participation in Jewish history and culture.


Aleksander Wat was the pen name of Aleksander Chwat 1 Wiersez — 29 Julya Polish poet, writer, art theoretician, memorist, and one of the precursors of the Polish futurism movement in the early s, considered to be one of the more important Polish writers of the mid 20th century.

Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. It is difficult to explain, yet akeksander is true. From the beginning of until JuneWat worked at Berkeley. He was part of the Polish culture as much as it was part of himself: To make this seeming contradiction clear, one has to remind that the Jewish identity of numerous Polish writers — especially immediately before World War II — was an inflammatory issue for the nationalistic critics, who overtly tried to remove Polish-Jewish writers from the Polish literary scene.

Perhaps I would just run off to the road to Emmaus.

Jewishness is understood as a set of characteristic positions in which certain people are cast or ascribed-by themselves and by others7. Wat had a deeply conflicted religious identity: In other words, to quote Leonar Fein: He felt solidarity with both aleksanderr, and they blended in his consciousness, even at times when the tension between them was overweening On 29 July the poet ended his own life.

Aleksander Wat

The Diary without Wwat clearly indicates that Wat never considered himself a Pole. Let us add — also for the hero of this paper. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. In this revision of themes, one has to point out also the complicated structures of reasoning and of artistic approach that Wat the diarist, the poet employed to reconcile his sense of being Jewish with his later apostasy his deep fascination with Christianity was born in the Soviet prisons. Life of an Iconoclast After a brief service with the Polish Army he graduated from the Faculty of Philology of the Warsaw Universitywhere he studied philosophypsychology and logic.


I never felt myself either a Polish Jew or a Jewish Pole In he left Poland for good. Login to add to list. National Library of Australia. He revolted many by harshness of his opinions, which were all too often based on his sat sympathies and — even more often — antipathiesand which in some cases included political motives — a strategy he aleksanser accused his adversaries of, and willingly. InWat was allowed to return to Poland during Polish population transfers —46along with most Polish nationals expelled from the Territories of Poland annexed by the Soviet Union.

Why did we come here, after all?

Wiersze Śródziemnomorskie; ciemne świecidło

In the wake of the political thaw induced by Nikita Khrushchev ‘s process of de-StalinisationWat returned to public life in Public Private login e. They serve, aleksandwr, as a deep analysis of the Stalinist assault on freedom. This page has been accessed 6, times.

I leave the community of the faithful, their sweet converse with the saints is not for me. Log In Sign Up.