Poland’s unsentimental world writer Adam Zagajewski has died

In his childhood, wrote Adam Zagajewski, he “lost two fatherlands” at once. The fate of the Polish poet will be seen as characteristic – indicative of a century of wolves that turned a multitude of people helplessly displaced and outlawed. Zagajewski’s laconic report of loss also meant a century of lies.

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