Native Realm: A Search for Self-Definition (Rodzinna Europa)
It's a book so easy to love; re-reading it connects me with my roots, with growing to be interested not just in my country, my land, but in much more, not (even) stopping to just Europe but going further on. and on
A beautiful, gracious testament to a wife and to a religion loved. The sweetest journey of poetry into the conflict of Christianity and the decay of the body, the realm of worn memory and the aged appreciation of life. Humbling and life-altering.
/Yeshua T., United States
The Captive Mind (Zniewolony umysl)
Well, it is best - namely, complex and interesting - warning from any radicalism.
The precise capture of the human being under the communist party, the sorrow of the condition that he was in, was presented to me more as mind stimulating, self-impowering rather than pittines or sadness. I have just read the book now 2008 and its principles apply even today, not political structue, yet to the cooperate structure and work force.
/Amelia Al-Abbas, United States
The Issa Valley (Dolina Issy)
'The Issa Valley' by Czeslaw Milosz is a wonderful story about maturing and elapsing. It is also a literature journey on Lithuania from the beginnig of XX century. One word: masterpiece.
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