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She never loves him either, but pines for “her Michael” all her life. Return to Book Page. Sep 05, Wiktor rated it did not like it Shelves: Her most famous work is Cudzoziemka translated to English as The Strangerconsidered one of the most prominent Polish psychological novels of the interwar period.

Matia surviving son dotes on his mother while trying to break free at the same time. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. In the movie it is compared to a planet due to crash into the Earth.

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Adapted from English and Polish Wikipedia. Sylwia rated it did not like it Feb 08, Kasia rated it it was amazing Sep 13, On the other hand, the novel illustrates the art of narrative.

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May 21, Marta Karpowicz rated it it was amazing Shelves: Fromshe lectured i Maria Kuncewiczowa was a Polish writer and novelist. Marta rated it it was amazing Oct 06, Marua for telling us about the problem.


Cudzoziemka by Maria Kuncewiczowa. Aleksandra rated it really liked it Feb 11, One son dies as a child, the youngesta daug a desolate life of plenty Granddaughter of Polish exiles in far Russia, Cudzkziemka moves to Warsaw as a young girl, but speaks with a Russian accent.

Apr 18, Veronica rated it really liked it. However, her alienation grows even bigger when she moves to Warsaw in order to take up violin lessons. To see what your friends thought of kuncewicsowa book, please sign up. They have three children. She won a number of literary awards in Poland during her lifetime.

Gabriela Blajer rated it liked it Feb 24, Earlier, the novel used to appear in episodes in press Kurier Poranny. The message is that she can only save herself. Music never bestows fame or fortune on her and Michael leaves her for another woman.

Anna Gortat rated it it was amazing Mar 04, Retrieved from ” https: It is a masterful psychological study without much of a plot. Cudzoziemka The Stranger is a Polish psychological novel by Maria Kuncewiczowapublished as a book in Jul 26, Mieszko Pelc rated it really liked it.

The novel is divided into two plots. They cannot gauge her moods, they only expect caustic remarks and over-emotional responses to everything. Maey Van rated it liked it Aug 18, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


Cudzoziemka by Maria Kuncewiczowa

Cudzoziemka is considered a classic of the interwar period of Polish literature. She is thus separate. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Books by Maria Kuncewiczowa. Languages Polski Edit links. The author wrote amazing pages about feelings for music, the only refuge of the caustic, unpredictable, over-protective woman who needed psychiatric help but received it too late. She was awful through whole book and her so-called ‘change of heart’ wasn’t beliveable, at least for me.

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Paperbackpages. I didn’t like it. The daughter succeeds in music, both helped and held back by cudzoziemkz mother. Disappointed in love, family, career, life To ask other readers questions about Cudzoziemkaplease sign up.

Karolina rated it liked it Nov 03, Iwonka rated it it was amazing Feb 21, Her family life is a losing streak. Joanna Skrzypczak rated it liked it Jun 01, Want to Read saving…. It is a never-ending merry-go-round of emotion with an ending which doesn’t fit with the whole tone of all that preceded it.