Identitat Und Fremdheit: Leben Und Werk Von Zofia Kossak in Den Jahren 1939-1945 (Hardcover)
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This volume is devoted to the work of the Polish writer Zofia Kossak (1889-1968), written during the years of the Second World War. It deals not only with her wartime experiences, but above all raises questions about the nature of faith, especially in dealing with border situations, the inhumanity of war, the alienation of the individual and her loneliness. Seen from this perspective, the work of a writer who was involved in rescuing people during the Second World War takes on particular significance in times of war in Ukraine. The analyses and interpretations presented here are based both on the author's well-known novels and on secret messages and correspondence written in a Warsaw prison and in Auschwitz, published here for the first time.