Penguin (Non-Classics): 1994-01-01
One of the New York Times Books Review's Best Books of 1993
"A writer of stylistic mastery and moral depth, who deserves to be placed among the best in any language." -Jaroslaw Anders, The Boston Sunday Globe
Best known for the unforgettable account of his experiences in a Russian slave-labor camp, A World Apart
, Gustaw Herling was regarded by many as one of Poland's greatest prose writers of the 20th century. These three tales, all set in Italy, are intensely dramatic depictions of suffering, solitude, and mindless violence done to the spirit. The author's command... View More...