Melancholia. O tych, co nigdy nie odnajdą straty has 49 ratings and 1 review. Israel said: Excelente, maravilloso y, ante todo, poético ensayo. It could be said that Marek Bieńczyk is a writer without category. However, there’s a second kind of melancholic sight, “the upward gaze,”. Melancholia: o tych, co nigdy nie odnajdą straty. Front Cover. Marek Bieńczyk. Wydawn. Sic!, – Melancholy – pages.
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A book should let us look up, leaving life behind for a time, but not leaving us spellbound; not stopping itself from being seen through. This rubric might be richly applied to a certain melancholic strain in contemporary writing, ranging from W.
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