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“I Used to Live Such a Lonely Life,” the second volume of poems by the Nobel literature laureate from Poland, has just hit the shelves of Chinese bookstores.

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Wisława Szymborska’s poems in Chinese « Link to Poland

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Starting from August on the corner of the Main Square and Bracka St. in Krakow, it will be possible to read poetry from 7 UNESCO Cities of Literature.

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Multipoetry – poems on walls « Link to Poland

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Fragments of a yet unpublished novel by Mario Vargas Llosa, a Nobel Prize winner, will be presented to the participants of the European Literature Night, which will be held for the second time in Wrocław on 28 June. The city has been named World Book Capital for 2016.

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Great literature celebration in Wrocław « Link to Poland

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Recommended: Words for internal use | Link to Poland

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Someone who comes from Poland told me today that whenever he is asked where he comes from, he answers from Eastern Europe, because he is ashamed to tell the truth.

I’m from Poland « Link to Poland

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About literature, book “War in Jangblisia. In that World” and experience of emigration, the author of blog Kraina Czytania talks with writer – Agnieszka Steur.

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“The story of the third stair” is a part of a collection of short stories written within the project “Bloggers write the books”. In this project participated a group of twenty-seven people, who lead their blogs every day, but at the same time they already have some experience in writing fiction. The authors have written the stories, where the leitmotiv are sketches from life. As a result the anthology of short stories was published in the form of an e-book by the publishing house RW2010.

The story of the third stair - Link to Poland

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„Ostatni Tacy Przyjaciele. Komeda. Hłasko. Niziński.” is a book written by Tomasz Lach, published by Latarnik.

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Anna German “Come back to Sorento?” | Link to Poland

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With the beginning of spring, literature makes it mark on the streets of Krakow. Thanks to the activities with the programme Krakow UNESCO City of Literature, literature will be present not only in libraries and bookstores, but also in urban areas. Sit down on the literary benches, walk in the footsteps of the most interesting trends and literary contexts of Krakow, guided by your literary map you will learn the brand new face of the city.

The Literary Map of Krakow « Link to Poland

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