Melancholia. O tych, co nigdy nie odnajdą straty has 49 ratings and 1 review. Israel said: Excelente, maravilloso y, ante todo, poético ensayo. It could be said that Marek Bieńczyk is a writer without category. However, there’s a second kind of melancholic sight, “the upward gaze,”. Melancholia: o tych, co nigdy nie odnajdą straty. Front Cover. Marek Bieńczyk. Wydawn. Sic!, – Melancholy – pages.

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Like the melancholic upward gaze, transparency here reaches beyond a quiet acceptance of the real. Transparency captivates, but is soon blissfully forgotten.

Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling melancholis about the problem. Karolina Klimczak rated it really liked it May 06, Maciej Bobula rated it really liked it Nov 19, Instead, it puts these forms to work on each other. Bieiris rated it liked it Oct 08, Marat Dakunin rated it it was amazing Jun 22, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Ar-Feiniel rated it really liked it Apr 30, He is an essayist, a translator of Cioran and Kundera, among others an academic literary historian, and even a noted wine critic. Thus, the trick of Transparency is that its intellectual content—its roster of knowledge—is in the last instance not intellectual, but psychological.


Douglas Glover believes that there is a major failure in literary culture, and his new volume o He makes each of its terms transparent, a lens through which we might discover the other. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Be the first to ask a question about Melancholia. Natalia rated it really liked it Nov 06, Refresh and try again.

Melancholia. O tych, co nigdy nie odnajdą straty by Marek Bieńczyk

His book is structured associatively, less like an essay than like lived experience. Monika rated it liked it Dec 30, Instead it stays in suspension, slipping by almost silently. Aleksandra rated it liked it Dec 15, Agata rated it really liked it Sep 16, Fran Agudo rated it really liked it May 22, So much is said in this book, so much pondered and studied, but with a lightness which leaves us unsure whether we only dreamt it. Patrizia rated it it was ok Sep 29, No trivia or quizzes yet.

Nowadays, as with shop windows, seeing through things is what stops us from seeing beyond them. Sebald to Lars Iyer. David Winters is a literary and cultural critic.

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Links to his work are at Why Not Burn Books? Jakub Szestowicki rated it it was amazing Nov 19, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Eveliina rated it it was amazing Dec 08, This rubric might be richly applied to a certain melancholic strain in contemporary writing, ranging from W. Jordi Guinart rated it it was amazing Jan 04, A book should let us look up, leaving life behind for a time, but not leaving us spellbound; not stopping itself from being seen through.

Published by Wydawnictwo Sic! Want to Read saving…. Hence, melancholy manifests itself in both passive and active aspects—as a resigned falsification of experience, and as its regeneration.

It is what its author happens to know, what matters to him, what he haphazardly remembers.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. This treatment entails a multifaceted method, partly drawn from the discipline of philology: