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Polish literature is the literary tradition of Poland. Most Polish literature has been written in the Polish language, though other languages, used in Poland over the centuries, have also contributed to Polish literary traditions, including Yiddish, Lithuanian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, German and Esperanto. Until the early 18th century, a major language of Polish literature was Latin, widely popular across all of Western and Central Europe at the time.
“ Powiedz mi, Tool, o czym myślisz najczęściej? Imass wzruszył ramionami. – O bezcelowości, przyboczna. – Czy wszyscy Imassowie o niej myślą? – Nie. Większość w ogóle nie myśli. – A to dlaczego? Przechylił głowę. – Dlatego, że to bezcelowe, przyboczna. ”
This group is for anyone who is from a Slavic country, of Slavic descent; or interested in Slavi…more
[close] This group is for anyone who is from a Slavic country, of Slavic descent; or interested in Slavic customs and languages. Slavic countries are as fellow: Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Ukraine. Other ethnic groups with in the Slavic category are also more than welcome. This also includes: Kashubians, Pomeranians, Moravians, Sorbs, Silesians, Tatar, and Rusyns
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[close] Bruno Schultz is most well-known for his dreamlike writings, including Street of Crocodiles and The Cinammon Shops, plus his visual work, all of a kind of surrealism that is purely Eastern European. It's not always easy to read, but worth the effort, in my opinion. Join the group to discuss his work, or find out about it.
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Book club for members of the Facebook group Polish-aholics Anonymous.
[close] Book club for members of the Facebook group Polish-aholics Anonymous.
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This global discussion group has been designed to encourage debates about important and underrep…more
[close] This global discussion group has been designed to encourage debates about important and underreported issues of our era. All you need is an enquiring mind and a desire to gain or share “underground knowledge”. This is also a place to discuss the controversial topics explored in The Underground Knowledge Series (non-fiction books) by James Morcan & Lance Morcan as well as the Underground Knowledge podcast show.
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