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  1. says:

    Qu se puede decir ante este libro tan hermoso nada, no tengo ni palabras y s lo puedo balbucear incoherencias sobre mi experiencia con este libro Comenc a leerlo y todo me arrastr a cada p gina A veces no entend a, a veces hab a cosas que yo sab a que se me escapaban, cosas que en una primera lectura no he podido comprender De todas formas el libro me arrastr a cada p gina y cada p gina la sent y la viv y la sufr y fui feliz y miserable, tanto como se puede ser con un libro as En el libro se encuentran cosas sobre el trabajo del poeta, muy escondidas, entramadas y certeras Adem s, cada historia te corta el aliento Es imposible no leer un libro tan impresionante sin sentirse uno tan peque o Al final, como me sucede casi siempre con las cosas hermosas, llor , llor , llor Pero no por que estuviera triste, ni por que me sintiera devastada, n...


  2. says:

    This book deals with the sad part of Polish history from the closing period of WW2 including the Warsaw uprising, through the immediate post fighting chaos and power struggles as the communists came to power It s a sad story of heroism being rewarded with imprisonment and even execution, as political manoeuvres played out and ex fascists transformed themselves into communists It is realist portrayal of the chaos of war and shows how this chaos continued afterwards.It s a good translation from Polish Overall a very good, if somewhat depressing read If you want a sense of what the war felt like in Poland then this will give you a really vivid impression.A couple of flaws part 2, dealing with the post fighting power struggles feels at times a little dated Unless you know your socialists versus your communists the politics may lose you Still the...


  3. says:

    The Pull of Polish PoliticsThe American media has always liked to delineate sides in any conflict We come to think of good guys and bad guys , aggressors and defenders But in many situations, it s not so simple Look at the Middle East today I m not going to go into that But the situation in Poland, as World War II drew to a close, was at least as chaotic as today s conflicts in the Arab world You had Nazis, you had German civilians beginning to flee west before the oncoming Soviet army You had that Soviet army, in no mood to forget what the Germans had been doing in their country since 1941, but unwilling to help the nationalist rising in Warsaw in 1944 The instigators of that rising, the former ruling class in Poland, many of whom had fled to Britain in 1939 40, broadcast encouragement and tried to support allies still in Poland These were as anti Semitic as the Nazis they hoped to recover their privileges at war s end Opposed to them were Polish Socialists and Polish Communists who marched to the Soviet drum Jews and other Poles, released from the camps, Russian slave workers freed from Germany all were criss crossing the country, trying to survive in the destroyed cities As the Russians advanced, it became obvious they were planning to stay, their Polish allies would help them do it. Polish guerrillas gathered in the forests Atrocities occurred all around Ideology of...


  4. says:

    Milosz is by far one of the finest writers of all time but is not, at heart, a novelist In this book he tells the story of Poland as German occupation was disintegrating and Soviet occupation began and the horror and terror that both systems held There are many passages in the book where Milosz writing is so absolutely beautiful that I found myself rereading them over and over ...


  5. says:

    Hace tiempo hice un intento de leer este libro, pero sab a bastante poco de c mo fue la II Guerra Mundial y la posguerra, y al no conocer lo que pas no fui capaz de empatizar con los personajes As que pospuse la lectura de El poder cambia de manos.Ahora, con unos conocimientos algo m s extensos que entonces sobre lo que pas en torno a la mitad del siglo XX, retom el libro, lo comenc de nuevo y esta vez s que me envolvi , ya comprend a a los personajes El poder cambia de manos se ambienta en la Polonia de los a os 40, cuando llegan las tropas sovi ticas de camino a Berl n y liberan a los pueblos antes sometidos por Alemania Como es f cil de entender, muchos polacos se sent an insultados por la ocupaci n y toma de poder por parte de los rusos Es un viaje a la angustia existencial y a los dilemas morales y pol tico...


  6. says:

    An amazing book I discovered it when it was mentioned in Anne Applebaum s Iron Curtain That book made a good prelude to this, as it was very important to be familiar with the events in Poland between 1939 and 1949, most especially around the time of the Warsaw Rising through the end of the war There were, nevertheless, a few specific cultural or period references that I didn t get, but this did not really detract overall from my appreciation of this work Compelling storylines of several characters involved in all Polish sides of the conflict Home Army, Polish Communists, and those in bet...


  7. says:

    Poignant This novel will stay with me a long while Poland was so devastated by Nazi and Russian invasions of WWII, but the end of the war brought no relief due to communist rule Milosz successfully connects the horrors of war with the unique personalities of the victims and some of the perpetrators, and those who were both The struggles of dealing with loss and t...


  8. says:

    Every person should read this kind of book once in their life But no sane person should be forced to read this kind of book than once, because they ll probably resent the world and humanity afterwards I read it out of choice, even though I ve read similar things before, and it made me sad, disgusted, and nauseous every time I picked it up But I persevered If nothing else, I wanted to see how this real ...


  9. says:

    No doubt this book has deep and enlightening insights into socialism, communism, humanitybut I found it hard to follow A disjointed style that I m sure wouldn t faze many others at all There are moments of such inspired brilliance though, if I never knew of Milosz and I was told this writer wo...


  10. says:

    What a find Why is this book not on the shelves next to the other modern classics There is so much to process in this book, about human nature, about society, about ourselves, that another reading is required.Oh, it contains my fictional doppelganger

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