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Interview Between Wallace Stegner and Czeslaw Milosz

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1980's interview between Wallace Stegner and Czeslaw Milosz, filmed in Berekely's Tilden Park.

A Song On The End of the World by Czeslaw Milosz read by A Poetry Channel

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This poem was written in Warsaw in 1944. Czesław Miłosz ( 30 June 1911 – 14 August 2004) was a Polish-American poet, prose writer, translator, and diplomat. Regarded as one of the great poets of the 20th century, he won the 1980 Nobel Prize in Literature. In its citation, the Swedish Academy called Miłosz a writer who "voices man's exposed condition in a world of severe conflicts". Miłosz survived the German occupation of Warsaw during World War II and became a cultural attaché for the Polish government during the postwar period. When communist authorities threatened his safety, he defected to France and ultimately chose exile in the United States, where he became a professor at the University of California, Berkeley. His poetry—particularly about his wartime experience—and his appraisal of Stalinism in a prose book, The Captive Mind, brought him renown as a leading émigré artist and intellectual. Throughout his life and work, Miłosz tackled questions of morality, politics, history, and faith. As a translator, he introduced Western works to a Polish audience, and as a scholar and editor, he championed a greater awareness of Slavic literature in the West. Faith played a role in his work as he explored his Catholicism and personal experience. Miłosz died in Kraków, Poland, in 2004. He is interred in Skałka, a church known in Poland as a place of honor for distinguished Poles.

Lunch Poems: Robert Hass Reads Czesław Miłosz

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(Visit: 🤍 Born in San Francisco, Robert Haas is a California poet but his poetry, translations, and essays reveal an intimacy that transcends the borders of states and nations. With his direct clarity and promotion of literacy in "places where poets don't go," he served two years as U. S. Poet Laureate (1995-97). His numerous books include "Sun Under Wood," "Time and Materials," and "The Apple Trees at Olema: New and Selected Poems." Hass's numerous accolades include the MacArthur "Genius" Fellowship, two National Book Critics' Circle Awards, and the Pulitzer Prize. Hass has translated many of the works of Nobel Prize-winning Polish poet, Czeslaw Milosz. Series: "Lunch Poems Reading Series" [12/2011] [Humanities] [Show ID: 22614]

Czeslaw Milosz

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🤍 Telewizja Literacka TVL. Portal społecznościowy poświęcony literaturze.

Writers Uncensored: Czeslaw Milosz: The Sweep of Time

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The Lannan Foundation Presents Writers Uncensored: Spring 1991 #67 Nobel Laureate Czeslaw Milosz reflects on his life and career as an emigre, diplomat and internationally acclaimed writer, talking about the role of poets in the politics of our time. Run time 28:00 Producer Lewis MacAdams and John Dorr

Czeslaw Milosz (1911-2004): A Centenary Celebration of the Poetry of UC Berkeley's Nobel Laureate

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Sponsored by the Department of Slavic Languages, the Doreen Townsend Center for the Humanities, the English Department, and Doe Library's Lunch Poems. Featured Readers: Adam Zagajewski, Mark Danner, Jessica Fisher, Linda Gregg, Robert Hass, Brenda Hillman, Charles Legere, Tony Lin, Jane Hirshfield, C.S. Giscombe, John Shoptaw, Alexis Ramos, Luba Golburt.

Czesław Miłosz - Rosja

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Fragment książki Czesława Miłosza ,,Rodzinna Europa" str. 134-143 CZYTELNIK Warszawa 1990 Link do książki: 🤍

Czeslaw Milosz with Helen Vendler, 26 March 1998

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This is a brief intro to this event. The full event can be found at 🤍 and 🤍 Czeslaw Milosz, born in Lithuania in 1911, received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1980. Mr. Milosz worked for the Resistance in Warsaw during World War II, editing anti-Nazi books and pamphlets. He has published 21 books of poetry since his first, A Poem on Frozen Time, appeared in 1933. English translations of his poetry include The Separate Notebooks, Unattainable Earth, Collected Poems 1931-1987, and Facing the River. He has also written two novels and sixteen nonfiction books, including The Captive Mind and Native Realm. Mr. Milosz read on March 26, 1998. Distributed by Tubemogul.

The Captive Mind (Czeslaw Milosz)

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Yet another classic work that is, unfortunately, just as relevant today. (The written version of this review, in web, PDF, and ebook formats, can be found here: 🤍 This and all narrations are offered with accurate closed captions (not auto-generated). "We all like to imagine ourselves as heroes. We watch movies, and we instinctively put ourselves in the place of the hero, not in the place of the villain. We read the histories of twentieth-century tyrannies, and we assume we would be the resistance fighter, not the collaborator, informer, or toady to the new archons. Maybe we would be heroes. But probably not, if history is any guide. Czeslaw Milosz’s 1951 The Captive Mind explores, through the author’s personal experience, what motivates seemingly morally strong, thoughtful men to instead cooperate with, and often embrace, evil. Sadly, this question is as relevant today as seventy years ago, which makes this book very much worth reading for its insights into the future, as well as into the past." . . .

92Y/Paris Review Interview Series: Czeslaw Milosz with Robert Faggen

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92Y/Paris Review Interview Series: Czeslaw Milosz with Robert Faggen "Of course, it’s true that people talk too much and without restraint. But poetry imposes certain restraints. Nevertheless, there is always the feeling that you didn’t unveil yourself enough. A book is finished and appears and I feel, Well, next time I will unveil myself. And when the next book appears, I have the same feeling. And then your life ends, and that’s it." Read more on 92Y On Demand: Subscribe for more videos like this: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 On Demand: 🤍

W mieszkaniu Czesława Miłosza. Anthony Miłosz w rozmowie z prof. Aleksandrem Fiutem

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Zapraszamy na wirtualny spacer po krakowskim mieszkaniu Noblisty! Naszymi przewodnikami po tej wyjątkowej, zachowanej w praktycznie niezmienionym stanie przestrzeni będą Anthony Miłosz, syn poety, oraz wybitny znawca jego twórczości, prof. Aleksander Fiut. Jaki był rytm pracy i codzienność Czesława Miłosza? Jak powstawały jego ostatnie teksty? I dlaczego w ogóle wybrał Kraków na miejsce zamieszkania? Nagranie zrealizowane w ramach projektu Writers in Motion.

Czeslaw Milosz - interviewed by Henry Lyman for Poems to a Listener (1984 series)

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Polish poet Czeslaw Milosz, recipient of the 1980 Nobel Prize in Literature, moves from bitterly ironic poems on the Nazi and Stalinist regimes in Poland toward poetry of wonder tempered by historical suffering: “If you do not feel pain, and if you are able to see a landscape, and the birds, that’s enough.”

Czesław Miłosz "Sens"

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Czeslaw Milosz - Wywiad - Interview

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🤍 Wywiad z Czesławem Miłoszem we francuskiej telewizji. Entretien avec Czeslaw Milosz, prix Nobel de littérature. Discussion sur sa vie, son oeuvre, sa relation avec la France et l'Amérique. Discussion about Milosz' work and life in France and the US.

CZESŁAW MIŁOSZ – analiza twórczości – streszczenie i opracowanie lektury - @nauqa

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Analiza twórczości oraz omówienie najważniejszych dzieł Czesława Miłosza od nauqa.pl. Powtórz lektury przed maturą lub sprawdzianem z języka polskiego. Omówienie zostało poświęcone jednemu z czworga polskich laureatów Literackiej Nagrody Nobla – Czesławowi Miłoszowi. W wykładzie przybliżono najważniejsze fakty biograficzne z życia poety. W celu przekrojowego pokazania jego twórczości poetyckiej, omówiono cztery wybrane wiersze, pochodzące z różnych okresów. Pierwszym z nich jest utwór pt. „Obłoki”, wpisujący się w nurt poezji katastroficznej. Dwa kolejne wiersze – „Campo di Fiori” i „Piosenka o końcu świata” – zostały wydane po drugiej wojnie światowej, w 1945 roku. Ostatni analizowany utwór to „Ogrodnik”, pochodzący z tomu „To”, wydanego w 2000 roku, cztery lata przed śmiercią poety. NauQa.pl to wirtualna biblioteka opracowanych lektur dla młodzieży. Znajdują się tu lektury obowiązkowe i uzupełniające, a także dodatkowe zagadnienia z kultury języka i stylistyki oraz wykłady przygotowujące do wypowiedzi ustnych. To wszystko zakresu szkół gimnazjalnych oraz liceum. Nauqa.pl jest dobra i sprawdzona, ponieważ teksty zostały napisane przez zespół wykwalifikowanych specjalistów. Opracowania poruszają najważniejsze kwestie utworów. Całość przedstawiona jest w łatwy do przyswojenia sposób. Nauqa.pl to gwarancja dobrych wyników z języka polskiego. Więcej opracowań znajdziesz na naszym kanale Nauqa.pl lub na stronie 🤍nauqa.pl Zasubskrybuj nasz kanał by dostawać informację o nowych lekcjach: 🤍 W wolnej chwili polub nas na FB 🤍 :) Potrzebujesz też innych opracowań? Zobacz nasze playlisty: STAROŻYTNOŚĆ 🤍 ŚREDNIOWIECZE 🤍 RENESANS 🤍 BAROK 🤍 OŚWIECENIE 🤍 ROMANTYZM 🤍 POZYTYWIZM 🤍 MŁODA POLSKA 🤍 20-lecie MIĘDZYWOJENNE 🤍 WSPÓŁCZESNOŚĆ 🤍 LITERATURA OBCA 🤍 KULTURA JĘZYKA I STYLISTYKA 🤍 MATURA USTNA 🤍

Filmowy Kanon Literatury - Czesław Miłosz

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Zapraszamy w podróż przez fascynujące życie i twórczość wielkiego polskiego pisarza i laureata literackiej Nagrody Nobla - Czesława Miłosza. Oprócz naszego filmu pomogą Wam w tym poniższe źródła i linki: ➡️ Czesław Miłosz - życie i twórczość - 🤍 ➡️ "Miłosz" na TVP VOD - 🤍 ➡️ Czesław Miłosz - NINATEKA - 🤍 ➡️ Wojciech Karpiński - Mapy Czesława Miłosza - 🤍 ➡️ Krasnogruda, Pogranicze - Krzysztof Czyżewski - 🤍 ➡️ Pamiętanie Miłosza - Agnieszka Kosińska, Christopher Merrill, Krzysztof Czyżewski - 🤍 ➡️ Agnieszka Kosińska o Czesławie Miłoszu - 🤍 Partnerami filmu są: - Instytut Książki

Czesław Miłosz "Dar"

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Wiersz Czesława Miłosza "Dar" w wykonaniu autora. Z polskimi napisami.

Czesław Niemen - Dziwny jest ten świat (oryginal)

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klasyk. mój rip z winylu

Czeslaw Milosz & New Order - A Song On The End Of The World (Blue Monday)

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Czeslaw Milosz reads his poem "A Song On The End Of The World" featuring the song "Blue Monday" by New Order. A Song On The End Of The World by Czeslaw Milosz On the day the world ends A bee circles a clover, A fisherman mends a glimmering net. Happy porpoises jump in the sea, By the rainspout young sparrows are playing And the snake is gold-skinned as it should always be. On the day the world ends Women walk through the fields under their umbrellas, A drunkard grows sleepy at the edge of a lawn, Vegetable peddlers shout in the street And a yellow-sailed boat comes nearer the island, The voice of a violin lasts in the air And leads into a starry night. And those who expected lightning and thunder Are disappointed. And those who expected signs and archangels’ trumps Do not believe it is happening now. As long as the sun and the moon are above, As long as the bumblebee visits a rose, As long as rosy infants are born No one believes it is happening now. Only a white-haired old man, who would be a prophet Yet is not a prophet, for he's much too busy, Repeats while he binds his tomatoes: There will be no other end of the world, There will be no other end of the world. - Subscribe to Poetry Meets Music: 🤍 Contact: poetrymeetsmusic🤍gmail.com - Created for non-profit educational and entertainment purposes only. All rights belong to the original credited artists. No sales, donations, sponsorships, or monetization of any kind sought or accepted. #CzeslawMilosz #NewOrder #PoetryMeetsMusic -

Czesław Miłosz - Encounters with Polish Literature - S2E10

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Czesław Miłosz, poet, essayist, translator, and literary historian, won the 1980 Nobel Prize in Literature, as a writer "who with uncompromising clear-sightedness voices man's exposed condition in a world of severe conflicts". His work has been accurately characterized as "one of the monumental splendors of poetry in our age" (Edward Hirsch, The New York Times Book Review) In this episode we speak with Irena Grudzińska-Gross and look particularly at Miłosz’s experience of World War II and its impact on his later poetry and writing. We consider some of his poems about the extermination of the Jews in the Holocaust, his experience of war as a civilian like Białoszewski and like many victims of the current war in Ukraine. We also look briefly at his relationship to the Russian dissident poet Joseph Brodsky and his reaction to Brodsky’s now-infamous anti-Ukrainian poem. Encounters with Polish Literature is a video series for anyone interested in literature and the culture of books and reading. Each month, host David A. Goldfarb presents a new topic in conversation with an expert on that author or book or movement in Polish literature. Learn more about this episode, and see the biography of the guest on the Polish Cultural Institute New York's website. The linked page includes a bibliography of works in English by and about Czesław Miłosz: 🤍 Access the Playlist of the entire series: 🤍

After Paradise by Czeslaw Milosz

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AFTER PARADISE - Czeslaw Milosz . Don't run any more. Quiet. How softly it rains On the roofs of the city. How perfect All things are. Now, for the two of you Waking up in a royal bed by a garret window. For a man and a woman. For one plant divided Into masculine and feminine which longed for each other. Yes, this is my gift to you. Above ashes On a bitter, bitter earth. Above the subterranean Echo of clamorings and vows. So that now at dawn You must be attentive: the tilt of a head, A hand with a comb, two faces in a mirror Are only forever once, even if unremembered, So that you watch what it is, though it fades away, And are grateful every moment for your being. Let that little park with greenish marble busts In the pearl-gray light, under a summer drizzle, Remain as it was when you opened the gate. And the street of tall peeling porticos Which this love of yours suddenly transformed.

Przemowienie Czeslaw Milosz 1981

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Czeslaw Milosz - Entrelinhas 07/08/2011

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O poeta Heitor Ferraz Mello comenta vida e obra do escritor polonês Czeslaw Milosz, Nobel de Literatura de 1980, que cresceu na Polônia e para fazer do desterro uma forma de interpretar poeticamente as contradições e cicatrizes políticas do século 20.

THE AGE OF CZESLAW MILOSZ

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Excerpt from the film THE AGE OF CZESLAW MILOSZ. This handsome documentary commemorates the 100th birthday of Czeslaw Milosz, the Nobel Prize-winning Polish-Lithuanian poet who spanned his century. Famous cultural figures, friends, and family retrace the life and work of this extraordinary thinker, joined by Milosz's own words and a wealth of archival material. Born in a cross-border region of Lithuania in 1911, Milosz grew up a polyglot, fluent in Polish, Lithuanian, Russian, English, and French. After studying law, Milosz traveled to Paris, where he published poems, fiction, and essays. This led him to Warsaw, where he spent World War II working for underground presses. Surviving Nazi rule, he went on to serve as a cultural attache of Poland in Paris. In 1951, he defected to the West and wrote his most famous prose work, The Captive Mind. By 1960, Milosz had emigrated to the U.S. to teach at the University of California, Berkeley. Throughout, he continued to publish poetry that spoke in clear words to the human condition during times of tumult. With the fall of the Iron Curtain, Milosz returned to Poland, where he passed away in 2004 at the age of 93. More than a well-researched biography, The Age of Czeslaw Milosz is a lyrical reflection on a life spent in exile yet filled with humor, passion, and big ideas that often went against the spirit of the age. In Lithuanian with English subtitles. Juozas Javaitis-Lithuania-2011-185 mins. For more info on this film, please visit 🤍 Facets Multi-Media is a non-profit media arts organization founded in Chicago in 1975, and dedicated to making cinema accessible to all through film preservation, distribution, presentation, and education. For more information, visit 🤍.

Czesław & Anthony Miłosz - "Tak mało" (full version)

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Utwór pochodzi z płyty "Rzeki" wydanej przez Stowarzyszenie Artystyczne Muzyka Centrum. Znana wersja radiowa od 1:04. "Płyta Anthony'ego Miłosza "Rzeki" ukazała się w nakładzie zaledwie tysiąca egzemplarzy i nie jest dostępna w sprzedaży, przez co staje się atrakcyjniejsza. Anthony skomponował muzykę do wierszy ojca. [...] Tony Miłosz podkreśla, że pomysł nagrania wziął się, paradoksalnie, z niechęci jego ojca do większości muzycznych aranżacji wierszy. Czesławowi Miłoszowi spodobała się natomiast kompozycja muzyczna do wiersza Oskara Miłosza, którą Tony przygotował. Ojciec i syn kilkakrotnie spotkali się w latach 90. w studio, gdzie nagrany został głos Czesława Miłosza czytającego własne wiersze. Płyta powstała przez dołożenie muzyki do tych nagrań. " Źródło: 🤍

Identity: Czeslaw Milosz and the Borderlands

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In this first episode of The Identity Series, we explore the meaning and power of identity through the fascinating case of Polish-Lithuanian Nobel Prize-winning writer Czeslaw Milosz. Born in Lithuania, Milosz survived the Nazi occupation of Poland, became a member of the Polish Foreign Service under the communist regime, and was then exiled for being a strong critic of communism. His famous collection of essays, The Captive Mind, reveals his struggle with his own sense of identity and belonging as an artist under a communist regime and became symbolic of the Baltic-Eastern European cultural, national and geopolitical ‘borderlands’.  We also explore other artists who were affected by the shifting of national boundaries during the first decades of the 20th century. Speakers include British singer-songwriter Katy Carr, known for her songs about Polish history; Katia Denysova, a researcher on the influence of socio-political factors on Ukrainian art in the early 20th century; Professor Clare Cavanagh, specialist in modern Russian, Polish and Anglo-American poetry and a biographer of Milosz; and Rigels Halili, lecturer in modern history and Balkans culture at Centre for East European Studies at Warsaw University.

Czesław Miłosz - Il senso

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Czesław Miłosz - Il senso Czesław Miłosz (Šeteniai, 30 giugno 1911 – Cracovia, 14 agosto 2004) Premio Nobel per la Letteratura nel 1980, poeta, romanziere, saggista, traduttore, storico della letteratura. Versione di Paolo Statuti © Titolo originale: “Sens” da “Dalsze okolice”, 1991. Lettura di Luigi Maria Corsanico Zbigniew Preisner - Damage Il senso – Quando morirò, vedrò la fodera del mondo. L’altra parte, dietro l’uccello, il monte e il tramonto del sole. Letture che richiamano il vero significato. Ciò che non corrispondeva, corrisponderà. Ciò che era incomprensibile, sarà compreso. Ma se non c’è la fodera del mondo? Se il tordo sul ramo non è affatto un indizio Soltanto un tordo sul ramo, se il giorno e la notte Si susseguono non curandosi del senso E non c’è niente sulla terra, tranne questa terra? Se così fosse, resterebbe tuttavia La parola una volta destata da effimere labbra, Che corre e corre, messo instancabile, Verso campi interstellari, nel mulinello delle galassie E protesta, chiama, grida. Versione di Paolo Statuti ©

Interesting Czeslaw Milosz Facts

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Andrzej Franaszek opowiada o Czesławie Miłoszu

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Andrzej Franaszek opowiada o Czesławie Miłoszu przy okazji wydania biografii Noblisty

Spotkania z Czesławem Miłoszem

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Film poświęcony postaci zmarłego w 2004 roku Czesława Miłosza. W przeddzień 100. urodzin Noblistę i rozmowy z nim wspominają jego przyjaciele - prof. Teresa Walas, prof. Aleksandr Fiut, Ireneusz Kania, Tomasz Fiałkowski i Katarzyna Janowska. Po krakowskim mieszkaniu Czesława Miłosza widzów oprowadza Agnieszka Kosińska, która w latach 1996-2004 pełniła rolę osobistej sekretarki pisarza. Zrealizowano ze środków Ministra Kultury i Dziedzictwa Narodowego.

Czesław Miłosz - Piosenka o końcu świata

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Wiersz Czesława Miłosza "Piosenka o końcu świata" w interpretacji Włodzimierza Nurkowskiego. Film jest częścią projektu "polska-poezja.pl", którego celem jest stworzenie internetowej bazy wierszy najznakomitszych polskich poetów czytanych przez najlepszych polskich aktorów. Więcej na: 🤍 🤍

Dedicata a Czeslaw Milosz

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Provided to YouTube by o2digitale Dedicata a Czeslaw Milosz · Marina Moretti & Aleksij Pregarc (Poklon Czeslawu Miloszu) feat. Irene Peljhan & Ornella Serafini Equinozi feat. Irene Peljhan & Ornella Serafini ℗ Nota Released on: 2012-05-12 Auto-generated by YouTube.

The Czesław Miłosz Movie

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Wysokobudżetowa megaprodukcja

Czesław Miłosz - Życie i Twórczość

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Prezentacja o Czesławie Miłoszu wykonana z okazji Dni Patrona w Gimnazjum nr 3 w Sosnowcu. Wykonana przeze mnie, Nikolę Tarchuł. Muzyka w tle: Dal "Piosenka o końcu świata", oryginał Czesław Miłosz "Piosenka o końcu świata".

Czeslaw Milosz - Eso

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Ojalá por fin pudiera decir qué está en mí. Gritar: gente, les mentí diciendo que eso no estaba en mí, cuando eso está ahí siempre, días y noches. ... Poesía, cuentos y narraciones en la voz de Tomás Galindo.

5G into the Abyss Reading Series: Czeslaw Milosz's The Captive Mind, Ketman (1/2)

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22.05.2020

My attempt at throwing open my window, standing on my balcony and reading the works of writers who have navigated moments of crisis with their words, who have used words as the light to guide them through darkness. An audio book meets personal wandering meets meditation. 5G in the title is for all you paranoids out there and the uselessness of that practical, technocentric thought when navigating the only true unknown, The Mysterious Abyss, brought a hair more into focus during the current global pause for reflection. This is the record of a public Zoom meeting which all are invited to attend as listeners, every day (kind of) but Mondays at 4pm PST, zoom ID 969-1938-4719. I may regret sharing a zoom ID on youTube, but I'm also kind of open to any communication with the public. "Let's be present as we hear each other in the stillness that these days offer," kind of thing. Today's meeting is the third part of Polish Nobel Prize winning poet and writer, Czeslaw Milosz on his reflections of the adherence to totalitarianism after WWII, in The Captive Mind, published by Vintage International, translated by Jane Zielonko. I am reading without formal rights, but hoping I can share works that inspire contemplation while we, as a global population, peer a little closer into that ever present abyss. Guest readers will appear throughout the sessions.

Czesław & Anthony Miłosz - "Rzeki" [Magazyn Świąteczny] | Gazeta Wyborcza

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SUBSKRYBUJ: 🤍 Czesław Miłosz czyta wiersz "Rzeki" do muzyki syna Antoniego Miłosza. Utwór pochodzi z płyty Antoniego Miłosza "Rzeki", która została wydana przez Stowarzyszenie Artystyczne Muzyka Centrum pod patronatem Instytutu Książki. Album ukazał się w nakładzie tysiąca egzemplarzy i nie jest dostępny w sprzedaży. Ojciec i syn kilkakrotnie spotkali się w latach 90. w studio, Antoni nagrał głos Czesława Miłosza czytającego własne wiersze, po czym dołożył muzykę do tych nagrań. Na płycie znalazło się dziesięć nagrań głosu samego Miłosza czytającego swoje wiersze po polsku oraz dwa nagrania Antoniego, który po angielsku czyta przetłumaczone przez siebie wiersze ojca. Utwory zostały skomponowane w różnorodnej stylistyce, nawiązującej do muzyki barokowej, arabskiej, jazzu, country, reggae i gospel. W 2011 roku wiersz "Tak mało" z płyty "Rzeki" trafił na 25. miejsce Listy Przebojów Programu 3 Jesteśmy też na: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 MAGAZYN ŚWIĄTECZNY POLECA: Jedz jabłka! Chutney jabłkowy i racuchy 🤍 Reinhold Messner - legendarny himalaista 🤍 Arkadiusz Jakubik recytuje Bykowa 🤍 Jacek Hugo-Bader o polskim himalaizmie 🤍 Czesław Miłosz - 10-lecie śmierci poety 🤍 PLAYLISTY: ILE TO KOSZTUJE I DLACZEGO TAK DROGO? 🤍 DUŻY FORMAT: 🤍 SZCZEGÓŁ SZCZYGŁA: 🤍 NA PAMIĘĆ: 🤍 WAKACYJNA SZKOŁA PISANIA: 🤍 TYLKO ZDROWIE 🤍

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