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Boleslaw Lesmian

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Wladyslaw Szlengel

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What I Read to the Dead

Recent translation of poems by¬†Wladyslaw Szlengel. Wladyslaw Szlengel was born in 1914 in Warsaw, and began to write at an early age. His prose and poems were published in school papers while he was still a boy, and later in … Continue reading

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Echoes: Poems of the Holocaust

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Margaret Bourke-White: Young Photographer (Childhood of Famous Americans)

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Pan Tadeusz

Pan Tadeusz English translation retains the rhythm of the Polish original instead of English poetry’s drum-like iambic. The translation was an attempt to convey a better sense of the original, and was initially intended for my family in Australia. Encouraged … What to see in Tucson and vicinity;: 14 easy-to-drive trips to fascinating places in and near Tucson, Arizona

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