El exilio como impulso creativo en la obra de Witold Gombrowicz (entre la nostalgia y la crítica)

  1. Agnieszka Matyjaszczyk Grenda


Exile as a creative impulse in the works of Witold Gombrowicz (between nostalgia and criticism)

Gombrowicz is an incomparable writer not only because of his literary creation, but also because of his way of confronting the entire Polish cultural and emotional heritage. His novel Transatlantic as well the Diaries are works in which, with all the harshness and wit, Gombrowicz questions Polish national myths and destroys the myth surrounding the figure of exiled writer stripping it of the splendor of suffering and sacrifice.

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Estudios Hispánicos

21, 2013

Pages from 133 to 144

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