83 books — 16 voters
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.
Best Polish Fiction
WW2: The Resistance - Fiction & Non-Fiction
251 books — 141 voters
Best Novels from Eastern Europe
152 books — 77 voters
Women Writers from Central & Eastern Europe in English Translation
227 books — 119 voters
“ 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. ”
“ Najbardziej polskie słowo: ŻÓŁĆ 1. Składa się z samych znaków występujących wyłącznie w polskim języku. 2. W symboliczny sposób stanowi o naturze naszej wspólnoty: zgorzknienie, frustracja, poczucie niespełnienia, ciągłe niezadowolenie... ”
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