Sleepless in Naple
This chapter describes the life and works of Polish writer Gustaw Herling-Grudzinski. Herling was one of the cofounders and coeditors of the legendary Paris-based Polish magazine Kultura, which, during the communist decades, served as the forum of Polish free intellectual life. He also kept a highly personal, subtle, meditative diary, which was published during his lifetime as The Journal Written at Night. Next to Gombrowicz's Diary, it is considered one of the greatest examples of Polish memoirist literature.
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