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10 thoughts on “Przedwiośnie

  1. says:

    czarek baryka w relacji z ludzmi to smiec, wanda to zasadniczo sketch ze skinsow, karolina i laura deserved better im a fan of nawloc squad hipek, nastek, karusia i czarus oraz dyskusji o Powaznych Rzeczach jedna gwiazdka poleciala za czarka jako osobe sam se w leb ta szpicruta walnij, cwaniaku


  2. says:

    Jeszcze nie wiem co o tym my le


  3. says:

    Was published in the same year as The Great Gatsby an interesting comparison.


  4. says:

    pierwsza cz ujdzie druga to jakis art a trzecia to mocarzmonolog o policjancie wow


  5. says:

    Jedna z najprzyjemniej napisanych lektur szkolnych Cezary Baryka to dzban, ale ceni heheszki autora i mn stwo nawi za do Pana Tadeusza.


  6. says:

    Wspania a powie eromskiego o cz owieku jakim NIE powinno si by czyli zrozumia ym, niepos usznym, zbuntowanym, uciekaj cym si do przemocy, zazdrosnym i wiele innych Jest to r wnie opowie o czasach przesz ych, ich modelach my lenia wci poniek d widocznych w dzisiejszym wiecie politycznym i o zgnili nie czyn w ludzi my l cych w og upia ym emocjami t umie.


  7. says:

    This book is by Stefan Zeromski Bill Johnston is the translator It s a strange book, with a plot that s all over the place, starting in Baku before and during the Russian revolution, and ending in Warsaw during the interwar period, with a long middle section that takes place on a large Polish estate in the country The central character is an impetuous young man who sympathizes with Bolshevism but keeps getting his Bolshevik sympathies tested by the realities of Bolshevism, whether in the new This book is by Stefan Zeromski Bill Johnston is the translator It s a strange book, with a plot that s all over the place, starting in Baku before and during the Russian revolution, and ending in Warsaw during the interwar period, with a long middle section that takes place on a large Polish estate in the country The central character is an impetuous young man who sympathizes with Bolshevism but keeps getting his Bolshevik sympathies tested by the realities of Bolshevism, whether in the new Soviet Union or in secretive meetings in Warsaw Nevertheless, he s also turned off by the conservatism of the Polish upper classes and their inability or unwillingness to solve the problems of poverty and of minorities His ill fated affair with an upper class widow who marries another man solely because that man is wealthy turns the tide at the end It s quite involving, but somehow rather unsatisfying perhaps because the hero is sort of a knucklehead I would recommend it, though, to people who are interested in the history of the between the wars period in Eastern Europe


  8. says:

    5 10Pierwsza cz ksi ki by a bardzo fajna, ale w tek w Naw oci by niesamowicie rozwleczony i niepotrzebny Zepsu o mi to ca y odbi r.


  9. says:

    3,5


  10. says:

    My la am, e b dzie gorzej, ale przeczyta am Pomi my fakt, e czyta am tylko w szkole na lekcjach.