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Anna Bojarska is one of the biggest names among Polish contemporary writers, and, at the same time, one of the most (politically and morally) controversial one.
As she puts it herself: “In my opinion, a writer's vocation is to be a public person, and writing itself is only a means to achieve this. This means could be entirely different: perhaps fight for religious freedom or dance on a wire”. Critics and writers repeatedly call her “a terrorist of literature” (“She constantly risks making herself unpopular with her writing.”, “She loves lost cases.”, “The only living Polish political writer.”, “Alpinist on a huge dose of dope.”), what is apparently associated with her personality and temperament. As she says it: what really matters to her is absolute independence and inner freedom.
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