'A silent tribute to the past and present fugitive on their quest for safety'

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First complete English translation of the masterpiece of Polish Romanticism 

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Translated by Piotr Florczyk 
Published by Tavern Books 

Anna Świrszczyńska's elemental, extractive accountings of the Warsaw Uprising present a history of pain and of personhood so irremediable and unembellished that neither can be stripped from even the dead.
— Jane Hirshfield

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First English collection of works by one of the most orginal young Polish poets

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An evening of presentations and readings portraying the influence of Joseph Conrad as a European

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Bruno Schulz under the Soviet Occupation of Eastern Poland, 1939-1941

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A series of irresistibly charming, beautifully illustrated children's classics - the adventures of Detective Nosegoode and his talking dog, Cody.

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Brush up on a letter cluster RZ

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An acclaimed story of a young girl's awakening set in the the evocative, beautiful city of Lviv

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First novel by the eminent journalist and historian, author of The Polish August

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10th anniversary of the ground-breaking book for children

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A renowned and charming classic of Polish Children's literature

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A wonderfully funny story of a cat with simple pleasures in Antonia Lloyd-Jones's translation

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