Introduction: The Many Faces of Suffering on Polish Lands
Katarzyna Zechenter teaches Polish literature and film at the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies in London. She has written on the transformation of post-1989 spatial identity, memory and identity formation, Polish-Jewish literature, and bilingualism. She is the author of the first English language monograph of Tadeusz Konwicki, The Fiction of Tadeusz Konwicki: Coming to Terms with Post-war Polish History and Politics (2007) and the editor of a book on bilingualism, Bilingual and Bicultural: Speaking Polish in North America, that ran to three editions. She is also a poet of W cieniu drzewa (2011), whose poems regularly appear in major literary journals in Poland and in the USA.
Katarzyna Zechenter, Eugenia Prokop-Janiec; Introduction: The Many Faces of Suffering on Polish Lands. The Polish Review 1 July 2019; 64 (2): 3–6. doi: https://doi.org/10.5406/polishreview.64.2.0003
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