This is the story of an author who burns


This is the story of an author who burns. Who burns in his novels, Paris. Which Burns 37 years of a short and intense life, shared between Warsaw, Paris and Moscow. Who was burned by a revolution which he fiercely defended, for which he left Poland, was expelled from France, encensé, tried and sentenced to death in the USSR. Victim of purges, he was shot in 1938, his forbidden books, his name erased. His work is corrosive, always, railleuse, often from futuristic poetry to fantasy and grotesque, and then embracing stalinist socialist realism. His main novel, I burn Paris, is now his only work translated into French. This is bruno jasieński. ☰ by Thomas misiaszek
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