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Speak the Culture

Poland

Edited by Andrew Whittaker
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Thorogood, London, United Kingdom
Published: 1st May 2012
Dimensions: w 147mm h 216mm d 23mm
Weight: 489g
ISBN-10: 1854187880
ISBN-13: 9781854187888
Barcode No: 9781854187888
Synopsis
The fifth book in Thorogood's groundbreaking series of cultural guides takes Poland as its subject. Written in collaboration with the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, Speak the Culture: Poland provides a fast track to understanding the key events, figures and customs of this richly creative country in the heart of Europe. The book begins with an overview of the country's cultural foundations - the history, language and identity - before moving on to Poland's artistic achievements, from the Renaissance poetry of Mikolaj Rej to the films of Roman Polanski. The key figures of art, architecture, literature, philosophy, music, theatre and cinema are revealed succinctly and colorfully. The final section of Speak the Culture: Poland covers the country's living culture - its religion, social mores, education, economy and more. Only by grasping the culture of Poland will readers develop a fully rounded knowledge of this historic but little understood nation.

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