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Stone Upon Stone
Stone Upon Stone
Archipelago Books, January 2011

by Wieslaw Mysliwski
Contemporary rural epic
 
 
In Red
In Red
Archipelago Books, November 2011

by Magdalena Tulli
Experimental fiction
 
 
God's Horse and The Atheists' School
God's Horse and The Atheists' School
Northwestern University Press, February 2012

by Wilhelm Dichter
An autobiographical novel of life in Communist Poland
 
 
I Burn Paris
I Burn Paris
Twisted Spoon Press, April 2012

by Bruno Jasienski
Futurist novel, first published in 1928
 
 
SATURN
SATURN
Dedalus Books, November 2012

by Jacek Dehnel
Novel inspired by the life of Francisco Goya
 
 
A GRAIN OF TRUTH
A GRAIN OF TRUTH
Bitter Lemon Press, December 2012

by Zygmunt Miloszewski
Contemporary detective novel
 
 
COLD SEA STORIES
COLD SEA STORIES
Comma Press, December 2012

by Pawel Huelle
Contemporary short stories by the author of "Who Was David Weizer?"
 
 
DEATH IN BRESLAU
DEATH IN BRESLAU
Melville House, December 2012

by Marek Krajewski
Crime fiction set in prewar Breslau
 
 
MALVINA, OR THE HEART’S INTUITION
MALVINA, OR THE HEART’S INTUITION
Northern Illinois University Press, April 2013

by Maria Wirtemberska
The first major novel by a Polish woman (1816)
 
 
The Mrozek Reader <br>Edited by Daniel Gerould
The Mrozek Reader
Edited by Daniel Gerould

Grove Press, January 2004

Mrozek is a masterly storyteller and a sharpshooter with a harpoon. - Chicago Tribune
 
 
Tworki
Tworki
by Marek Bienczyk
translated by Benjamin Paloff
Northwestern University Press, February 2008

1944: Jurek and his friends, who work in the Tworki psychiatric hospital outside Warsaw, live lives that defy the discord and destruction of the war raging outside the hospital walls. But despite the relative safey of their odd surroundings, the world and the war will soon change their lives forever…
 
 
Death in Danzig
Death in Danzig
by Stefan Chwin
translated from the Polish by Philip Boehm
Harcourt, November 2004

Sometimes harshly realistic and sometimes lyrical, this is a haunting and memorable evocation of a turbulent time and place. - Library Journal
 
 
Waiting for the Dog to Sleep: Short Fiction
Waiting for the Dog to Sleep: Short Fiction
by Jerzy Ficowski
translated by Soren A. Gauger & Marcin Piekoszewski
Twisted Spoon Press, Prague, May 2006

 
 
Ferdydurke
Ferdydurke
by Witold Gombrowicz
translated by Danuta Borchardt
Foreword by Susan Sontag

Yale University Press, January 2000

National Translation Award
 
 
A Guide to Philosophy in Six Hours and Fifteen Minutes
A Guide to Philosophy in Six Hours and Fifteen Minutes
by Witold Gombrowicz
translated by Benjamin Ivry
Yale University Press, September 2004

 
 
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