Title, Busz po polsku. Author, Ryszard Kapuściński. Publisher, Czytelnik, ISBN, , Length, pages. Export Citation. The Polish reporter Ryszard Kapuscinski was the 20th century’s most telling spokesman for the millions . Next. Busz po polsku – spis wydań. Autor: Ryszard Kapuściński źródło: Stockholm by Ryszard Kapuscinski. In debates about .. Next. Wymarsz piątej kolumny,Reportaż z tomu “Busz po polsku”.
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Jan 02, Aleksandra rated it liked it. This book explores a post-Stalin Communist Poland through encounters with common folk far away from Cities.
Trivia About Busz po polsku, N To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. His focus is rather on human nature and how we act in strange circumstances and deal with the cards handed to us. During some of this time he also worked for the Polish Secret Service, although little is known of his role.
This short collection of pieces by Ryszard Kapuscinski is beautiful collection. Only issue with the book is that the short stories are too short and they seem to end at the best part.
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Instead of enumerating or analyzing facts, the book creates an atmosphere which absorbs the reader; he leaves with a conviction that far from knowing what happened, he knows how it felt. In he was appointed kapucisli the Polish Press Agency and began traveling around the developing world and reporting on wars, coups and revolutions in Asia, the Americas, and Europe; he lived through twenty-seven revolutions and coups, was jailed forty times, and survived four death sentences.
A great selection of short reportages set in Poland of the late ‘s. Sep 18, Gabriel C.
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Anna added it Jan 04, Milosz rated it really liked it May 13, The book that is a rare keeper for re-visiting and savouring again. Marlena Lewandowska rated it really liked it Mar 11, Gosia rated it really liked it Sep 15, LuckyLuke marked it as to-read Jan 03, Tutus is currently reading it Dec 01, Each one reads like an imaginatively created fiction and I had to keep reminding myself that these stories are polsmu of Polish life from six decades ago.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. These short stories have characters in bus that are incredibly interesting and could kapuciskii be mistaken for fiction.
Gosh rated it liked it Oct 15, Eire rated it really liked it Jan 01, This book, written while he was banned from covering stories overseas because of the censorhip in Poland at the time.
AmbasadorP rated it really liked it Jan 06, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Busx dialogue is witty and funny, the situations sad or inspiring. Fay rated it did not like it Dec 23, Muy recomendable para entender usos sociales y formas de pensar de la Polonia del siglo pasado.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. May 14, Magda rated it really liked it. Extremely strange, eminently readable, illegible or confusing in places because of time and distance, virtually unimaginable now as publishable journalism. Published by Agora S. Greenshrimp rated it really liked it Sep 10, bjsz Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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Kapuscinski has a knack for turning the mundane and shocking into lovingly crafted colourful word pictures. Katarzyna Pietrulewicz rated it it was amazing Dec 08, plsku Dawid rated it it was amazing Sep 20, Horizon-broadening, universal in its specificity.
It is terrific in conveying the general feel and the new face of the country which emerged after the war as well as the mindset of its people.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Open Preview See a Problem? Adrian rated it it was ok Jul 27, Surprisingly the text is not very site specific, he does not necessarily give out common stereotypes of life in Eastern Europe under communist rule. Jul 03, Joanna rated it liked it Shelves: The book is split up into 17 short stories.
Only issue with the book is that the short stories are too This book explores a post-Stalin Communist Poland through encounters with common folk far away from Cities. Refresh and try again. Paperbackpages. Heroes of those reportages are two German women running away from house for elderly people in Szczytno, flisak, nightguard, poor pesant, seasonal workers, expelled from university, who don’t want to go back to their hometowns or villages, peoplr ithout address.