Anna Bolecka


Anna Bolecka (Warsaw, 1951) is one of the most important representatives of contemporary Polish literature. She made her debut in 1989 with stories about the Stalinist era under the title Fly to heaven. Her second book, the novel A white stone (1996), saw her receive one of Poland's most important literary prizes. In the epistolary novel Lieve Franz (1999), Bolecka's wonderful use of language and delicate style give voice to her profound fascination for Franz Kafka.


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Villa Hellebosch
17.01.06 > 13.03.06

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