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Kazimierz Braun<br>A History of Polish Theater, 1939-1989
Kazimierz Braun
A History of Polish Theater, 1939-1989

Greenwood Press, February 1996

 
 
Re-Reading Grotowski <br> A special issue of <i>TDR: The Drama Review</i> on Jrzy Grotowski<br>Guest-Edited by Kris Salata & Lisa Wolford Wylam
Re-Reading Grotowski
A special issue of TDR: The Drama Review on Jrzy Grotowski
Guest-Edited by Kris Salata & Lisa Wolford Wylam

MIT Press Journals, May 2008

Publication was made possible, in part, through a grant from the Polish Cultural Institute in New York.
 
 
Grotowski’s Empty Room: A Challenge to the Theatre
Grotowski’s Empty Room: A Challenge to the Theatre
by Paul Allain (editor)
Seagull Books, September 2009

The essays in Grotowski's Empty Room analyze how the internationally renowned Polish director Grotowski’s explorations in the theater continue to challenge dramatists and directors.
 
 
What I Received From God and From People: A Story of Helena Modrzejewska
What I Received From God and From People:
A Story of Helena Modrzejewska

by Joanna Sokolowska-Gwizdka
translated by Bozena U. Zaremba and Ewa Chwojko-Srawley, with a foreword by Kazimierz Braun
BoRey Publishing, August 2009

One of the most famous actresses of her time, and inspiration for Susan Sontag’s last novel, In America, Helena Modjeska (Helena Modrzejewska, 1840-1909) enjoyed an unprecedented career in Poland before moving to the United States at age 36 to launch an equally remarkable career in this country. This biographical study provides a quick and interesting introduction to her life.