Czeslaw Milosz

Czeslaw Milosz (30 June 1911 – 14 August 2004) was a Polish poet, prose writer, translator and diplomat. His World War II-era sequence The World is a collection of twenty "naïve" poems.
£
£

Products & Prices

24 results

Filters
Proud to be a Mammal by Czeslaw Milosz by Czeslaw Milosz
fruugo.co.uk
Proud to be a Mammal 194297 is Czeslaw Miloszs moving and diverse collection of essays. Among them he covers his passion for poetry his love of the Polish language that was so nearly wiped out by the violence of the twentieth century and his happy childhood. Milosz also includes a letter to his friend in which he voices his concern about the growing indifference to murder and the true value of freedom of thought as well as a verbal map of Wilno with each street revealing both a rich loc  read more
CLOSE
The History of Polish Literature by Czeslaw Milosz by Czeslaw Milosz
fruugo.co.uk
This book is a survey of Polish letters and culture from its beginnings to modern times. Czeslaw Milosz updated this edition in 1983 and added an epilogue to bring the discussion up to date.  read more
CLOSE
See more products from Fruugo
CLOSE
New and Collected Poems 1931-2001 by Czeslaw Milosz, Czesaw Miosz
awesomebooks.com
New and Collected Poems 1931-2001  read more
CLOSE
Josef Koudelka: Exiles by Josef Koudelka, Czeslaw Milosz
awesomebooks.com
Josef Koudelka: Exiles  read more
CLOSE
See more products from AwesomeBooks
Issa Valley by Czeslaw Milosz
CLOSE
The Captive Mind by Czeslaw Milosz
worldofbooks.com
The Captive Mind  read more
CLOSE
Native Realm: A Search for Self Realism (King Penguin) by Czeslaw Milosz
worldofbooks.com
Native Realm: A Search for Self Realism (King Penguin)  read more
CLOSE
See more products from World of Books
The Captive Mind by Czeslaw Milosz
worldofrarebooks.com
1953. First Edition. 251 pages. Black & green dust jacket with B&W lettering over green cloth. Translated by Jane Zielonko. Clean pages. Some internal hinge cracks. Mild but visible foxing to page edges. Mild wear to spine, board edges and corners. Noticeable sunning to spine ends and board edges. Unclipped dust jacket. Mild wear, with small (approx. 1cm) tears & chips to edges and corners. Large piece missing from rear. Noticeable tanning to spine, with soiling across the DJ.  read more
CLOSE
See more products from World of Rare Books
Data Loading...