Sprawy Czesława Miłosza w zapiskach osobistych Marii Dąbrowskiej i Anny Kowalskiej
Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego
One of the threads of the dailies and the correspondence of Maria Dąbrowska and Anna Kowalska published so far in excerpts is the so-called “Miłosz’s case”. The poet became the cause of a conflict between these two writers of a purely personal nature, which also influenced their evaluation of the poet’s work and life decisions. They also referred to Czesław Miłosz’s decision in 1951, when he applied for asylum in France, which was perceived by many in the literary and political circles both in Poland and abroad as an act of treason. The article shows some of the less known circumstances of the complicated “Milosz’s life affairs” from those years, seen from the perspective of both writers and their immediate environment.
Czesław Miłosz , Maria Dąbrowska , Anna Kowalska , Journals of the 20th century , Correspondence of the 20th century , Intimism , dzienniki XX w. , korespondencja XX w. , intymistyka
Tematy i Konteksty 11(16) 2021, s. 432–452