_ The Sarmatian Review Index: SR, September 2012

Tadeusz Gajcy, one of the three young poet-soldiers killed in the Warsaw Rising on 16 August 1944. Consigned to oblivion by Jakub Berman and his fellow communist ideologues in Soviet-occupied Poland, he is now being rediscovered. He has been compared to Niccolo Paganini playing a Stradivarius. Photo courtesy of the Jarosław and Anna Iwaszkiewicz Museum in Stawisko, Poland (stawisko.pl).


January 2013


Vol. XXXIII, No. 1


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·       Brigitte Gautier, Overcoming the Burden of History: The Poetry of Tadeusz Gajcy, Czesław Miłosz, and Zbigniew Herbert

·       Agata Brajerska-Mazur, A Strange Poet: A Commentary on Cyprian Kamil Norwid's Verse

·       Leo V. Ryan, C.S.V. and Richard J. Hunter, Jr., Poland, the European Union, and the Euro

·       John Lenczowski, Poland on the Geopolitical Map


·       Marek Jan Chodakiewicz, Unvanquished: Joseph Pilsudski, Resurrected Poland and the Struggle for Eastern Europe (review)

·       Božena Shallcross, The Jews of Poland: An Anthology (review)

·       James E. Reid, The Auschwitz Volunteer: Beyond Bravery (review)

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