Jerzy Jarzebski

is a Professor of Polish Philology at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, and the East European State Higher School in Przemysl. He is the author of many books on twentieth century literature, with a focus on the works of Witold Gombrowicz, Bruno Schulz and Stanislaw Lem.


No mean bookkeeping

An interview with the editor of "Kronos"

We should not think of “Kronos” as a testimony similar to Gombrowicz’s “Diary”, says Jerzy Jarzebski to “Kultura Liberalna”. While the “Diary” is his contribution to “European and world thought”, “Kronos” is an attempt to record an objective, sometimes very candid, truth.

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