Gombrowicz


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Polish author (1904-1969)

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Gombrowicz uses the Hegelian dialectic as a structural motif to organize his novel's plot, as well as to explain the process of subjectivization vis-a-vis social forces and cultural institutions.
He has written extensively on contemporary Polish prose (Apetyt na przemiane [An appetite for change], 1997), and on writers such as Gombrowicz, Lem, and Schulz.
Pero antes de apresar algun sentido de la novela mas legendaria de Gombrowicz, conviene revisar, para encordar el ring, su idea del infierno.
Bruno Schulz, The Street of Crocodiles and Sanatorium Under the Sign of the Hourglass Czeslaw Milosz, Selected Poems Witold Gombrowicz, three novels [sic]
Gombrowicz used Gogol's work to deconstruct matter and then reassemble it within his own parameters.
Descubri a Witold Gombrowicz, por su novela La seduccion, en 1970.
Son celebres sus traducciones de Conrad, James, Austen, Gombrowicz, Firbank y Pilniak, entre otros autores, y su vida centrada en la literatura ha pasado por varias etapas: estudiante en Roma, traductor en Pekin y Barcelona, profesor universitario en Xalapa y en Bristol, y diplomatico en Varsovia, Budapest, Paris, Moscu y Praga.
Dolven comes much closer, rather, to the erotically charged voyeurism in the novels of Witold Gombrowicz, who used nature, not the city, as a setting for human strangeness and perversion.
Of the great Central European modem novelists-Kafka, Musil, Broch, Kundera--the crank Witold Gombrowicz remains the most hidden.
Que deviendrait Gombrowicz si l'on faisait de lui seulement un ecrivain polonais?
The cliche of language as a portal into possibilities seems nipped in the bud here, however, since Gombrowicz, we find out, refuses to teach Rita Polish because it's a language that "does not and never / did exist.
Catedra, Madrid 1989 GOMBROWICZ, Witold, La seduccion, Ed.
Ferdydurke , Witold Gombrowicz, translated by Agnieszka Piotrowska and Mu'tasim Baha'i, Dar al-Jamal.
En una nota de sus diarios de 1957, el escritor polaco Witold Gombrowicz apuntaba que la "forma nos humilla", y por eso concluia ironicamente: "En el fondo somos unos eternos mocosos".