Witold Gombrowicz

Witold Gombrowicz, Polish Writer in Argentina during WWII

Witold Gombrowicz

Without its ample supplementary material, Kronos would function as a core sample of his life - elements and evidence inert on the page - where his Diary unfolds like an immense scroll painting, precisely edited to reveal his writer’s view.

Witold Gombrowicz en Rosario, Argentina, ca. 1954.

Monday: Me

Polish author Witold Gombrowicz in Rosario, Argentina, ca.

Witold Gombrowicz, 6 years old....

Witold Gombrowicz, 6 years old.

Witold Gombrowicz with painter Jozef Jarema, Czeslaw Milosz, and Alastair Hamilton in Vence, May 1967 -by Oswald Malura

Witold Gombrowicz with painter Jozef Jarema, Czeslaw Milosz, and Alastair Hamilton in Vence, May 1967 -by Oswald Malura

Gombrowicz scholar and translator Allen J. Kuharski talks to Biweekly.pl's Alan Lockwood on Gombrowicz's DIARY, finally out in English in its entirety    (Photo: Witold Gombrowicz, Villa Anahi, Tandil, Argentina, 1959, from the archive of Rita Gombrowicz/FOTONOVA)

Gombrowicz scholar and translator Allen J. Kuharski talks to Biweekly.pl's Alan Lockwood on Gombrowicz's DIARY, finally out in English in its entirety (Photo: Witold Gombrowicz, Villa Anahi, Tandil, Argentina, 1959, from the archive of Rita Gombrowicz/FOTONOVA)

Lenica, Gombrowicz, Mrożek

Lenica, Gombrowicz, Mrożek

i became bold because i had absolutely nothing to lose: neither honors, nor earnings, nor friends. i had to find myself anew and rely only on myself, because i could rely on no one else. my form is my solitude ― witold gombrowicz

i became bold because i had absolutely nothing to lose: neither honors, nor earnings, nor friends. i had to find myself anew and rely only on myself, because i could rely on no one else. my form is my solitude ― witold gombrowicz


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