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The Last Supper

The Last Supper

by Pawel Huelle
translated by Antonia Lloyd-Jones
Serpent's Tail , November 2008

“An intelligent, intriguing and atmospheric novel worthy of its inspiration. It is admirably served by Antonia Lloyd-Jones' nuanced and readable translation.” – The Independent

“Book lovers queue here.” – Scotland on Sunday
Chopin’s Poland

Chopin’s Poland: A Guidebook to Places Associated with the Composer Marita Alban Juarez and Ewa Slawinska-Dahlig

translated by John Comber
The Fryderyk Chopin Institute , September 2008

This unique guidebook provides ample descriptions and numerous photographs and illustrations of the places where Chopin lived, stayed on his summer holidays or visited in passing. The guidebook contains reproductions of almost 50 historical illustrations from the first half of the 19th century, 3 maps and around 100 photographs taken specially for this publication.
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.
In My Hands: Memories of a Holocaust Rescuer

In My Hands: Memories of a Holocaust Rescuer

by Irene Gut Opdyke with Jennifer Armstrong
Random House , April 2001

Helena Paderewska: Memoirs, 1910-1920

Helena Paderewska: Memoirs, 1910-1920

Hoover Institution Press

The memoirs of Helena Paderewska, wife of the famous pianist and later Polish Prime Minister Ignacy Jan Paderewski, tell the story of her husband’s quest to bring independence to Poland following the end of World War I. She recounts how her husband used his fame and charisma to influence the leaders of France, the United Kingdom, and the United States, becoming a prominent spokesman for his homeland, then suffering under partition and occupation. Paderewska also offers a rare woman’s perspective on the vicissitudes of international politics during the First World War. She supported Paderewski at every stage, and was one of a small number of women actually present when the Treaty of Versailles was signed, granting Poland its independence once again. Helena Paderewska (1856-1934) was born Helena Rosen in Warsaw, born to a Polish father and a Greek mother. In addition to being one of her husband’s closest collaborators and advisors, she was a founder of the Polish White Cross, a humanitarian and patriotic organization whose nearly 20,000 members brought aid to victims of war.
Map: Collected and Last Poems

Map: Collected and Last Poems

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Trail of Hope: The Anders Army, An Odyssey Across Three Continents

Trail of Hope: The Anders Army, An Odyssey Across Three Continents

Rosikon Press

Black Square

Black Square

Zephyr Press

by Tomasz Rozycki
Contemporary poetry
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