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Andrzej Pietrzyk rated it really liked it Mar 23, He was critical on the Clash of Civilisations theory which he saw as an American vision of the world. But he was after all a peculiar genius with no modern equivalent, akpuscinski possibly Kafka. Kamila Franz rated it really liked it Apr 26, Patrick rated it really liked it Oct 21, In November the same year he started working as a foreign correspondent in South Americabased in Santiago.

He had acquired an almost celebrity status in Poland, where his books were lapiidarium as thinly disguised commentaries on communist Poland.

Ryszard Kapuściński

This page was last edited on 20 Decemberat Archived from the original on February 4, And if your prime years in the field were largely confined to the Cold Warbest not present yourself as an eternal sage on the subject. Retrieved 28 June Poland’s Giant of Reportage is Dead”. Elena rated it really liked it Jan 30, Retrieved July 21, When it appeared in English translation in it received an immediate critical success.


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The Polish film-maker Andrzej Wajda made him his model for the journalist in his film Rough Treatment It would not be considered a reasonable defence of such kapuwcinski book to say that it did not matter whether it was true or not because it was really intended, not as a book about Poland, but as an allegorical account of events in imperial Ethiopia. He received many awards and was considered a candidate for the Nobel Prize for Literature.

Deedes June 15, Klaudia rated it really liked it Jan 02, Adam rated it it was amazing Sep 07, Archived from the original on September 18, They are about his books. Thanks for telling kapudcinski about the problem.

The Polish writer Ryszard Kapuscinski may be one of our last great foreign correspondents in whose reports morality, philosophy and poetry exist side by side with fact. Published September by Fischer Taschenbuch first published Beginning with that journey to India undertaken at the age kapuscnski 24, he travelled across the developing world reporting on wars, coups and revolutions in AfricaAsiaand Latin America.

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When the Second World War lapidaruum in September they came back to Pinsk after the city was captured by the Red Army and Ryszard returned to school there. He was skilled in listening to the diverse people he met, but he was also capable of “reading” the hidden sense of the scenes he encountered: Refresh and try again. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.


He had an inexhaustible number of stories about his experiences lapidarjum Africa and South America, and a unique ability to focus on the telling object – the key he lapidaeium given in Moscow to a flat in Azerbaijan, the egg he boiled daily in a kettle at the malaria clinic in Tanzania. The posthumously published Ho dato voce ai poveri: In his writings, he always seeks the universal in the particular, a trait that John Merrill’s ideological opposite in U.

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Retrieved March 27, Tomaszszsz rated it it was amazing Apr 06, Neubauer, Amsterdam, Benjamins, —, vol. Defending his literary license”. He described his escape to Bujumbura and subsequent arrest in the book The Soccer War. He returned to Poland in and later worked for magazines Kontynenty and Kultura.

Avantgardebitch rated it really liked it Jan 28, Neither is it possible, in my mind, to see it as a sliding scale, in which you are able slowly to introduce droplets of fiction into a factual text until, at a certain point, the mixture transforms into pure fiction.

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