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Ewa Lipska

Ewa Lipska, born October 8, 1945, in Kraków is a Polish poet from the generation of the Polish "New Wave." Collections of her verse have been translated into English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, German and Hungarian. She lives in Vienna and Kraków.


The Adam Mickiewicz Institute comment: "While her verse may have some connections with politics, it always documents concrete personal experiences without reaching for grand generalizations. As it unmasks the language of propaganda, her poetry also indicates the weaknesses of language in general as an instrument of human perception and communication."[1]

Books

Poetry collections

  • 1967: Wiersze, ("Poems"); Warsaw: Czytelnik[2]
  • 1970: Drugi wybor wierszy, ("Second Collection of Poems"); Warsaw: Czytelnik[2]
  • 1972: Trzeci wybor wierszy, ("Third Collection of Poems"); Warsaw: Czytelnik[2]
  • 1974: Czwarty wybor wierszy, ("Fourth Collection of Verse"); Warsaw: Czytelnik[2]
  • 1978: Piaty wybor wierszy, ("Fifth Collection of Verse"); Warsaw: Czytelnik[2]
  • 1979: Dom spokojnej młodości ("A Home for Youth"), selected poems, Kraków: Wydawnictwo literackie[2]
  • 1979: Zywa smierc, ("Living Death"); Kraków: Wydawnictwo literackie[2]
  • 1981: Poezje wybrane ("Selected Poems"), Warszawa: LSW[2]
  • 1982: Nie o śmierć tutaj chodzi, lecz o biały kordonek ("Death Is Not at Stake, But the White Cord"), selected poems, Kraków: Wydawnictwo literackie[2]
  • 1985: Przechowalnia ciemnosci, ("Storage for Darkness"); Warsaw: Przedswit / Warszawska Oficyna Poetow i Malarzy[2]
  • 1986: Utwory wybrane ("Selected Work"), Kraków: Wydawnictwo literackie[2]
  • 1990: Strefa ograniczonego postoju, ("Limited Standing Zone"); Warsaw: Czytelnik[2]
  • 1993: Wakacje mizantropa. Utwory wybrane ("Misanthrope Holidays: Selected Work"), Kraków: Wydawnictwo literackie[2]
  • 1994: Stypendisci czasu, ("Time's Scholarship Winners"); Wroclaw: Wydawnictwo Dolnoslaskie[2]
  • 1996: Wspólnicy zielonego wiatraczka. Lekcja literatury z Krzysztofem Lisowskim ("Partners of the Green Fan: Literature Lesson with Krzysztofem Lisowskim"), selected poems, Kraków: Wydawnictwo literackie[2]
  • 1997: Ludzie dla poczatkujacych, ("People for Beginners"); Poznan: a5[2]
  • 1998: Godziny poza godzinami ("Hours Beyond Hours"), selected poems, Warsaw: PIW[2]
  • 1998: Życie zastępcze, Kraków: Wydawnictwo literackie[2]
  • 1999: 1999, Kraków: Wydawnictwo literackie[2]
  • 2001: Sklepy zoologiczne, ("Pet Shops"); Kraków: Wydawnictwo literackie[2]
  • 2002: Uwaga: stopień, Kraków: Wydawnictwo literackie[2]
  • 2003: Ja ("I"); Kraków: Wydawnictwo literackie[2]
  • 2004: Gdzie indziej, ("Somewhere else"); Kraków: Wydawnictwo literackie[2]
  • 2006: Drzazga, Kraków: Wydawnictwo literackie[2]
  • 2007: Pomarańcza Newtona, ("Newton's Orange"); Kraków: Wydawnictwo literackie[2]

Prose

  • 2009: Sefer (prose), Kraków: Wydawnictwo Literackie[2]

Selected translations of poetry by Ewa Lipska

  • (English) Poet? Criminal? Madman? (Poems). London-Boston: Forest Books, 1991.
  • (French) Poemes. Deux poétesses Polonaises contemporaines: Ewa Lipska et Wislawa Szymborska. Mundolsheim: L'Ancrier, 1996.
  • (German) Auf den dächern der mausoleen. Gedichte. Berlin: Oberbaum, 1983.
  • Meine zeit. Mein lieb. Mein. leben. Geditchte. Salzburg, Wien: Residenz, 1990.
  • (Danish) En misantrops ferie. Aarhus: Husets, 1990.
  • (Spanish) La astilla. La naranja de Newton Ediciones TREA, 2010. ISBN 978-84-9704-497-4

References

External links

  • on Ewa Lipska at www.culture.pl
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