Kapuściński non-fiction



❴KINDLE❵ ❆ Kapuściński non-fiction Author Artur Domosławski – E17streets4all.co.uk Pierwsza tak obszerna, obejmuj ca ca e ycie i dzie o, ksi ka o Ryszardzie Kapu ci skim , pi ra wybitnego dziennikarza i reportera Gazety Wyborczej Doskonale udokumentowana, pe na celnych analiz opow Pierwsza tak obszerna, obejmuj ca ca e ycie i dzie o, ksi ka o Ryszardzie Kapu ci skim , pi ra wybitnego dziennikarza i reportera Gazety Wyborczej Doskonale udokumentowana, pe na celnych analiz opowie o cz owieku, yj cym w popl tanych czasach, w kilku epokach, w r nych wiatach na szerokim tle wydarze spo eczno politycznych ostatniego p wiecza w Polsce i za granic Domos awski odwa nie podejmuje wnikliw pr b charakterystyki Kapu ci skiego cz owieka pe nego sprzeczno ci, wok kt rego naros o wiele kontrowersji.Kapuściński non-fiction

Artur Domos awski, n en , est un journaliste polonais qui travaille notamment comme grand reporter pour l hebdomadaire Polityka Artur Domos awski, n en , est un journaliste polonais qui travaille notamment comme grand reporter pour l hebdomadaire Polityka.

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  • 608 pages
  • Kapuściński non-fiction
  • Artur Domosławski
  • Polish
  • 01 August 2019
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    Let s play a role game.You are a young journalist hired by the best newspaper of your homecountry You re talented and ambitious, but not that experienced Among your colleagues in the newsroom there s a middle aged and well read reporter who everyone looks at in awe Not only this guy travelled and reported from four continents This guy is unanimously considered the dean of reporters nationwide and even gained recognition abroad Step by step you get to know the great reporter He s getting ba Let s play a role game.You are a young journalist hired by the best newspaper of your homecountry You re talented and ambitious, but not that experienced Among your colleagues in the newsroom there s a middle aged and well read reporter who everyone looks at in awe Not only this guy travelled and reported from four continents This guy is unanimously considered the dean of reporters nationwide and even gained recognition abroad Step by step you get to know the great reporter He s getting bald, but is still athletic He s charming, polite and considerate no wonder women adore him He smiles to everyone and dishes out compliments and tips to the younger journalists, including you It doesn t matter that most of those tips are rather generic as they come from Him, the Maestro In the meantime you write and publish your own stuff, you get experience and gain some credit into the journalism circles Now the Maestro pops up very rarely in the newsroom After all, he has a score of prestigious invitations to oblige He s often abroad leading seminars, workshops, collecting prizes and meeting his evergrowing readers.And yet, the Dean of Reporters does spend some of his precious time with you He invites you at his home He calls you He talks politics with you You two even argue sometimes That s a privilege and you know it Do you know Him well Not that much True, you d like to know the Maestro better, but he doesn t like private questions and always looks reluctant when asked about his youth and his earlier adventures abroad.You notice that reticence, but that doesn t bother you much You ve your own features to work on and your own travels to write home about Then the Maestro passes away A few months later you start working on your next book His biography.Now some questions arise Why would you like to write this biography What are you going to write about those years and those topics He never talked about Who are you going to interview to learnabout Him Where are you going to take your readers, people who loved His books and wish to knowabout Him When are you going to stop in making speculations and writing hidden details of His private life And, first and foremost How would you like to portray this friend of yours, this dean of reporters turned into national hero I believe Artur Domoslawski posed similar questions to himself and I m glad he did.For this Ryszard Kapuscinski A Life the original Polish title, Kapuscinski non fiction , should have been kept was certainly not an easy book to write Which doesn t mean that this biography is not interesting to read in fact quite the contrary I do understand Kapuscinski s widow and many reviewers bearing a grudge on the author upon the publication of this book The dean of Polish journalism and one of the most famous reporters worldwide to date doesn t come out as an entirely positive character from this biography To those like me who loved Kapuscinski s reportages and essays, Mr Domoslawski could look rather ruthless in writing about the dark sides of the great Polish journalist Especially considering how he knew him quite well and was a colleague of his Sometimes the author seems to enjoy digging into Kapuscinski s dirty laundry revealing his extramarital relationships, the troubles with his estranged daughter as well as his political involvement in communist Poland Tu quoque, Brute Well, to some extent.True, Mr Domoslawski is far from being soft with his old pal Ryszard and could have easily left out some of the nastiest stuff about him, but I don t look at him as if he stabbed dead Kapuscinski in the back.Hundreds of pages here are devoted to the great reporter travels and accomplishments and there is literally a ton of quotations from his most and less famous works To me it looks crystal clear how the author studied Kapuscinski s oeuvre very carefully and delivered a great insight on his complex personality Had Mr Domoslawski ignored the shadows drawn by the shining sun of the great reporter, it would have been harder to appreciate what the dean of Polish journalists left us And what did Kapuscinski leave us is essentially fantastic literature written with passion and dedication, books full of illuminating observations on the human nature and brilliant analysis on power in politics As it happened, most of this excellent literature was delivered through reportages which were strictly speaking works of art rather than dry chronicling Kapuscinski did embellish or dramatize some of his facts and was aware of that he just couldn t admit that in public as everyone labelled him a journalist And yet he considered himself an author, an intellectual, a poet and, coming fourth, a reporter Towards the end of his life, Kapuscinski became a victim of his own myth readers and fellow journalists expected him to tell them how to become reporters, how to put facts into beautiful words But what he would have liked to teach them was rather how to put beauty into facts Unless that he couldn t say that They regarded him as a Maestro of factual objectivity, but he pursued feelings not objectivity and loved to take sides Domoslawski explains this inner dilemma and others very well and this goes to his credit Five stars don t belong here, see my mild criticism above, but four do fit well

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    Domos awski s biography of Kapu ci ski seems to me to be essential reading for anyone interested in Kapu ci ski s writing, his understanding of the processes of radical political and social change the working through and aftermath of power shifts and the effects of war and poverty on ordinary people in all the countries where he worked Kapu ci ski spent much of his working life out of Poland, in Africa, Latin America and Iran among other places He started out as a working journalist, reporti Domos awski s biography of Kapu ci ski seems to me to be essential reading for anyone interested in Kapu ci ski s writing, his understanding of the processes of radical political and social change the working through and aftermath of power shifts and the effects of war and poverty on ordinary people in all the countries where he worked Kapu ci ski spent much of his working life out of Poland, in Africa, Latin America and Iran among other places He started out as a working journalist, reporting regularly back to his employers newspapers, magazines , and only after some years of this work did be begin to write the books which were the basis of his reputation in the West.His journalism and incidental writings are in Polish and therefore not accessible to non Polish speakers Domos awski has used these Polish sources extensively, together with interviews of Kapu ci ski s family, friends and former colleagues, in Poland and other countries, as well as some extracts from his books Kapu ci ski s books were translated into English, Spanish, French, German, Hungarian and other languages, sometimes expurgated to remove content likely to mean their publication might be quashed, as with Shah of Shahs, in which sections were cut for publication in the US pp286 288 It was through the translated books that Western audiences came to know his work, not through his immediate journalism.Domos awski sets out not just to tell the story of Kapu ci ski, but to try to understand what drove him Domos awski poses a list of questions to himself and to his interviewees, and feeds both questions and a range of responses to the reader He tracks Kapu ci ski s life chronologically, and uses the steps along the way to discuss questions, adding in comments and memoirs from people who knew him at the time Some of the questions that Domos awski pursues are raised many times, often with somewhat rhetorical speculation about what might or might not have been motivating Kapu ci ski at the time He offers progressive analysis and conclusions, tying up individual sections, but also promising to clear up the matter later on Repetition is inevitable with this kind of structure, and the summarised conclusions have to be dug for.Very early in this long book, the author points up inconsistencies between Kapu ci ski s recall and other records, and the extent to which Kapu ci ski embellished his own life story Much of the book is given to examining strands of the Kapu ci ski Legend, such as the story that Kapu ci ski s father was a prisoner of the Soviets during World War Two escaped from their captivity on the way to Katyn Domos awski suggests Kapu ci ski begins to tell this story in the early 1990s, when he was under right wing attack for having collaborated with the Polish intelligence service Domos awski concludes that Kapu ci ski s father was not a Soviet prisoner, and that this is one Kapu ci ski s embellishments.Other Kapu ci ski legends examined by Domos awski are Sentenced to Death by Firing Squad Che, Lumumba and Allende did he actually meet them Kapu ci ski and Kapu ci ski The Price of Greatness.Challenged about inaccuracies in his writing, Kapu ci ski said I m not writing so the details add up the point is the essence of the matter And You can rebuild reality, but taking authentic elements from that reality It doesn t matter if this guy was killed by three or five bullets What matters is to convey the essence of the incident Reportage as a genre is going through an evolution from journalism to literature pp308 310 , he said, I first encountered the term Literary reportage in Kapu ci ski s Travels With Herodotus Then I took it to mean high level reporting written with great attention to style, which was a Kapu ci ski trademark But I ve come to realise now that it means something different, not quite faction, but not necessarily accurate in details that might impede the flow of a good story.Kapu ci ski s childhood experiences of the 1939 45 war led him to believe it was a decisive experience for everyone who lived through it This was the period which shaped his view of humanity Those who lived through the war will never be free of it It has remained in them like a mental burden, like a painful growth that can never be removed It seemed to me Kapu ci ski that not peace, but war, is the natural state, or even the only one, the only form of existence, that wandering hunger and fear air raids and fires, round ups and executions, lies and screaming, contempt and hatred were the natural, eternal state of affairs, the meaning of life, the essence of existence Some final notes Kapu ci ski maintains that revolutions don t necessarily erupt because they have no bread, not first and foremost but because they cannot longer put up with the humiliation, the contempt of their rulers, or the violation of their dignity My main topic is the life of the poor That is how I understand the concept of the Third World The third World is not a geographical term Asia, Africa, Latin America or a racial one the so called coloured continents , but an existential one It refers to the life of poverty that will be typified by stagnation, structural inertia, a tendency to regress, a constant threat of the ultimate collapse, and a general lack of alternatives p350 I found the structure and the almost constant use of present tense verbs mildly irritating Perhaps they were intended to create a sense of immediacy Nevertheless, Domos awski has given us fascinating insights into the thought and work of this most interesting man

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    If you are a fan of Kapuscinski, this book will show you his feet of clay It could be a bit disheartening to discover that some of his iconic scenes, like the Belgian paratroopers threatening to shoot him at dawn, or the drunken army officer wanting to execute him by firing squad are, ahem, embroidered But Domoslawski, who knew Kapuscinski inasmuch as anyone did, which is not much is both sympathetic to his subject and rigorous about exploring the inconsistencies in his accounts of his life If you are a fan of Kapuscinski, this book will show you his feet of clay It could be a bit disheartening to discover that some of his iconic scenes, like the Belgian paratroopers threatening to shoot him at dawn, or the drunken army officer wanting to execute him by firing squad are, ahem, embroidered But Domoslawski, who knew Kapuscinski inasmuch as anyone did, which is not much is both sympathetic to his subject and rigorous about exploring the inconsistencies in his accounts of his life He tries to understand Kapuscinski s motivations, and the results are convincing Another journalist comments that Kapuscinski was always getting into panic mode and tended to turn a drama into a crisis That sits oddly with the image you get from his books of a cool headed daredevil, stopping at nothing to get a story Kapuscinski cultivated this image all his life, and at some point it became too late to back down from thelurid parts of it.One of the oddest things is when a jacket blurb on one of his books describes him as having been a friend of Che Guevara and Patrice Lumumba He never met either man Lumumba had been dead for a month when Kapuscinski arrived in the Congo If he had met them, he would certainly have written about them how could he not Yet he never tried to correct this false impression he simply didn t confirm it One journalist came away with the impression that, despite his worldwide fame and star status, Kapuscinski still behaved like someone who lacked self confidence he kept emphasising the fact that he had witnessed such and such a number of revolutions, such and such a number of coups, and repeatedly mentioned that while working on Imperium he had travelled some 60,000 km within the old Soviet Union I remember thinking at the time, My God, why does he keep on repeating that You don t have to tell me that, you re Kapuscinski Despite his fame and prestige, Kapuscinski couldn t bear criticism, and in the last years of his life he was terrified that enemies in Poland would pull out pieces of his past as a member of the Communist Party in order to disgrace him Domoslawski has done the research, and it s clear that Kapuscinski had nothing to be ashamed of given his position as a Party member and a journalist who spent much of his life abroad.There s a bit too much about the ins and outs of Polish politics here, but it s well worth reading if you are a fan of Kapuscinski Also see this review

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    Ksi ka wzbudzi a pot na debat i du e kontrowersje w momencie wydania Nie dziwi si temu, bo podczas czytania odkrywa em zupe nie mi nieznane aspekty ycia Kapusci skiego, kt re stawia y mi go w innym wietle, ni dot d Po sko czeniu ksi ki mam jednak wi ksz ochot nadrobi to, czego jeszcze autorstwa RK nie przeczyta em, pomimo tego, e bardziej sobie zdaj teraz spraw , e nie powinienem traktowa jego ksi ek jako reporta u Ch tnie te przeczytam wi cej publikacji Domos awskiego.Czyta Ksi ka wzbudzi a pot na debat i du e kontrowersje w momencie wydania Nie dziwi si temu, bo podczas czytania odkrywa em zupe nie mi nieznane aspekty ycia Kapusci skiego, kt re stawia y mi go w innym wietle, ni dot d Po sko czeniu ksi ki mam jednak wi ksz ochot nadrobi to, czego jeszcze autorstwa RK nie przeczyta em, pomimo tego, e bardziej sobie zdaj teraz spraw , e nie powinienem traktowa jego ksi ek jako reporta u Ch tnie te przeczytam wi cej publikacji Domos awskiego.Czyta em wydanie wznowione ju przez inne ni pierwotnie wydawnictwo, z bardzo dobrze przygotowanym suplementem pokazuj cym debat publiczn po pierwszym wydaniu Polecam dla zorientowania si , jakie argumenty wysuwa y obie strony debaty

  5. says:

    Afinal parece que muitas das reportagens cr nicas que tornaram RK famoso, umas n o eram relatos absolutamente verdadeiros, outras foram vividas por outros jornalistas RK criou a sua pr pria lenda

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    There is an enormous amount of information here, about Poland and what it meant to be a writer in a communist country in the 1950 s and later Nevertheless, I found this to be a very dispiriting book because of the hair splitting questions raised about Kapu ci ski s political views, factual issues, and personality traits Mr Kapu ci ski was an imperfect man, but a remarkable reporter in a difficult time The best antidote to this book is to read Kapu ci ski himself The Soccer War is a stunning There is an enormous amount of information here, about Poland and what it meant to be a writer in a communist country in the 1950 s and later Nevertheless, I found this to be a very dispiriting book because of the hair splitting questions raised about Kapu ci ski s political views, factual issues, and personality traits Mr Kapu ci ski was an imperfect man, but a remarkable reporter in a difficult time The best antidote to this book is to read Kapu ci ski himself The Soccer War is a stunning book, for instance, as is The Shadow of the Sun His descriptions of Russia, in Imperium, are spine tingling.His books have the power to transport you to fantastic, unimaginable places his reportage was humanistic and unique So, by all means, read this biography to understand his times, but read him to understand the man

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    Z pewno ci nie jest to hagiografia Kapu ci skiego, a autorowi uda o si unikn budowania mitu polskiego reportera Ksi ka pokazuje r wnie ciemniejsze strony, ale pozostaje przy tym bardzo yczliwa dla Kapu ci skiego Jak na m j gust a za bardzo Mimo znacznej obj to ci, kilka w tk w zostaje jakby pomini tych Bardzo ma o jest np o zbrodniach rewolucjonist w, kt rych Kapu ci ski popiera Domos awski t umaczy w duchu Kapu ci skiego, e najwi kszymi zbrodniarzami by y autorytarne rz dy wspie Z pewno ci nie jest to hagiografia Kapu ci skiego, a autorowi uda o si unikn budowania mitu polskiego reportera Ksi ka pokazuje r wnie ciemniejsze strony, ale pozostaje przy tym bardzo yczliwa dla Kapu ci skiego Jak na m j gust a za bardzo Mimo znacznej obj to ci, kilka w tk w zostaje jakby pomini tych Bardzo ma o jest np o zbrodniach rewolucjonist w, kt rych Kapu ci ski popiera Domos awski t umaczy w duchu Kapu ci skiego, e najwi kszymi zbrodniarzami by y autorytarne rz dy wspierane przez Zach d Takie wyja nienie jest r wnie powa ne co a u was murzyn w bij Skoro zbrodnie by y po obydwu stronach nale a oby oceni ich rozmiar Rachunku zysk w i strat jednak nie ma Ba Nie ma nawet wzmianki o egzekucjach osobi cie dokonywanych przez jednego z bohater w Kapu ci skiego Che Rozumiem jednak, e prawdopodobnie Domos awski a zgadza si z wizj wiata Kapu ci skiego, b nie chcia zamienia ksi ki o reporterze w dysput polityczn Nie dziwi si , e Domos awski m g chcie unikn pakowania si w tak dra liwy temat, ale mi osobi cie zabrak o troch rzeczowej analizy sytuacji, kt re Kapu ci ski opisywa przez pryzmat swoich marze i sentyment w Momentami krytyka Kapu ci skiego jest rozwodniona To znaczy, rzeczywi cie zosta a ona w ksi ce zamieszczona, ale przeplata si z og lnymi rozwa aniami, kt re maj jakby os abi si zarzut w Przyk adowo kiedy mowa o poprawianiu rzeczywisto ci, kt re uprawia Kapu ci ski, porusza si te w tki w stylu czy obiektywno w og le jest mo liwa itd Nie jest to moim zdaniem w 100% fair, cho powtarzam nie jest te tak, e Kapu ci skiemu troch si nie dosta o.Po jakim czasie ksi ka zaczyna przybiera senne tempo i filozofuj cy nastr j a la Kapu ci ski, kt rego ja osobi cie nie trawi Wola bym troch ostrzejsze pisarstwo, no ale trudno si dziwi , e autor wola zamiast tego odda ho d i powspomina cz owieka, kt ry by jego przyjacielem Waha em si troch czy nie da 4 gwiazdek, ale ostatecznie si na to nie zdecydowa em 3 5

  8. says:

    Genialna, 6 5

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    Dzisiaj sko czy am czyta to wiekopomne dzie o Nareszcie Czytanie zaj o mi du o czasu, bo dzie o jest nadzwyczaj opas e, ponad sze set stron cznie z przypisami i bibliografi Do tego du o odniesie do tu powojennego ycia politycznego, a p niej do epoki Gomu ki i Gierka, skrupulatne wyja nienia powi za politycznych wczesnej Polski Trzeba si naprawd mocno skupi , eby wszystko dok adnie zrozumie i usystematyzowa w g owie Trudne to by o zw aszcza dla mnie, osoby kt rej dzieci s Dzisiaj sko czy am czyta to wiekopomne dzie o Nareszcie Czytanie zaj o mi du o czasu, bo dzie o jest nadzwyczaj opas e, ponad sze set stron cznie z przypisami i bibliografi Do tego du o odniesie do tu powojennego ycia politycznego, a p niej do epoki Gomu ki i Gierka, skrupulatne wyja nienia powi za politycznych wczesnej Polski Trzeba si naprawd mocno skupi , eby wszystko dok adnie zrozumie i usystematyzowa w g owie Trudne to by o zw aszcza dla mnie, osoby kt rej dzieci stwo i m odo przypadaj na czasy wolnej Polski.Pierwszy raz o tej biografii us ysza am w programie Tomasza Lisa Tomasz Lis na ywo Ksi ka wysz a w atmosferze skandalu obyczajowego Autor ujawni w niej romanse reportera, zw aszcza jego d ugoletni pozama e ski zwi zek Domos awski utrzymywa , e chcia odbr zowi i odczarowa legend wielkiego mistrza, przedstawi go ze wszystkimi zaletami i wadami, jako normalnego cz owieka, takiego jak inni, zwyk ego jak jego czytelnicy.Od pocz tku czytania ksi ki mam wra enie, e Domos awski uwa a Kapu ci skiego za oportunist Cz sto wypomina mu, e umia si ustawi Mia bardzo dobre stosunki zar wno z w adz jak i z jej przeciwnikami Zawsze wiedzia do kogo z czym p j , eby uzyska spodziewany efekt.Drugi zarzut autora, poparty bardzo dok adnym sprawdzaniem, to konfabulacja, sk onno do nie cis o ci, mijania si z prawd.Z tego zarzutu wyp ywa pytanie czy ksi ki Kapu ci skiego to reporta e, literatura faktu, czy literatura pi kna.Domos awski ukazuje te stosunki rodzinne, relacje z on i konflikt z c rk.Du cz ksi ki stanowi przedruki fragment w najwa niejszych dzie pisarza i ich om wienie, wskazanie w jaki spos b powsta y Ponadto opisane s dok adnie wszystkie podr e reporta ysty globtrotera ze szczeg lnym wskazaniem, e podr uj c chcia by najbli ej zwyk ych ludzi i z ich perspektywy opisywa zachodz ce w odwiedzanym kraju przemiany Ko cowe karty ksi ki to opis ycia reportera teoretyka, relacje ze spotka , odczyt w, wyst pie , warsztat w dziennikarskich Kilka stron autor po wi ca na opisanie zmaga z coraz bardziej widoczn chorob Jest te rozdzia po wi cony wsp pracy bohatera z wywiadem Polski LudowejKsi ka mnie bardzo zm czy a Nie odbr zowi a i nie odczarowa a mi postaci mistrza reporta u Kapu ci ski zaczarowa mnie ju dawno, a dok adniej zaczarowa y mnie jego ksi ki Czytaj c je nie zastanawiam si , czy jest to literatura pi kna, reporta , esej czy felieton Czytam je jednym tchem Maluj przede mn obrazy, kt rych prawdopodobnie nigdy, nie zobacz na ywo Otwieraj mi oczy na problemy biedy, g odu, chor b i problem w ycia codziennego w krajach Trzeciego wiata, mechanizm w w adzy i upadku wielkich mocarstw Nie interesuje mnie zbytnio, czy krocz c niebezpiecznymi szlakami zosta naprawd zatrzymany przez stra nik w, czy nie Czy ukrywaj c si le a w dwumetrowej trawie, czy te trawa by a metrowa Jego ksi ki to nie s depesze agencyjne, kt re zawsze pisa konkretne bez fantazjowania.Nie mam pewno ci czy Kapu ci ski to oportunista Faktem jest, e potrafi si porozumie prawie z ka dym i w ka dej sprawie Dzi ki temu m g nawet w najgorszych czasach liczy na otrzymanie paszportu, wizy, za atwienie wyjazdu i tym samym realizowanie swojej pasji Gdyby nie to nie by oby Ryszarda Kapu ci skiego reportera, ani Ryszarda Kapu ci skiego pisarza By aby to z pewno ci strata nie do odrobienia.Ksi k powinni przeczyta wszyscy, kt rzy uznali polskiego reporta yst za tajnego wsp pracownika S u by Bezpiecze stwa Zdziwiliby si niezmiernie, e w teczce niczego konkretnego nie ma, a to co jest nie mo e nikomu zaszkodzi Mo e nast pnym razem wstrzymaliby si z pochopnym os dzaniem.Kapu ci ski nie mia dobrych stosunk w ze swoj c rk Cz sto si k cili.Nie umieli ze sob rozmawia Wbrew jego woli wyjecha a do USA gdzie wysz a za m Ma e stwo nie przetrwa o d ugo C rka jednak nie przyzna a si otwarcie do pora ki.W ramach buntu zmieni a nazwisko z Zofia Kapu ci ska na Rene Maisner Mia a do ojca al o ci g e podr e i o to, e prawie nigdy nie by o go w domu al ten jednak nie przeszkodzi jej w doros ym yciu egzystowa na j koszt ojca i za jego pieni dze, kt re zarobi g wnie dzi ki tym w a nie podr om Po jego mierci ochoczo korzysta a z jego s awy Odbiera a nagrody za tw rczo Udziela a wywiad w, w kt rych dowodzi a jak jest z ojca dumna i jak si cieszy a, kiedy przywozi jej oryginalne prezenty z podr y Jednak kiedy opowiada a o wystawie swoich kola y jest artystk tworzy kola e fotograficzno malarskie , nie chcia a wspomina o s awnym ojcu My l , e w wypadku takich ludzi jak Ryszard Kapu ci ski zawsze jest co za co , co kosztem czego W jego przypadku realizacja pasji reporterskiej i ci g e wyjazdy obywa y si kosztem rodziny.Najbardziej zainteresowa y mnie te fragmenty biografii, kt re m wi y o podr ach i o tym co kierowa o dziennikarzem korespondentem przy pisaniu kolejnych ksi ek Jak zbiera materia y, jak pracowa tworz c coraz to nowe bestsellery.Bior c pod uwag , e jeste my tylko lud mi, a nie anio ami i pami taj c, e ka dego cz owieka trzeba ceni za dokonania, przyjmuj c jednocze nie jego niedoskona o ci i wady zawsze b d uwa a a Ryszarda Kapu ci skiego za najwybitniejszego polskiego korespondenta i znawc problematyki kraj w afryka skich.Nale y odda sprawiedliwo autorowi Arturowi Domos awskiemu Mimo, e nie ze wszystkim si zgadzam, doceniam jego wielk prac i serce, jakie w o y w napisanie tej, niew tpliwie wa nej, ksi ki o Wielkim Cz owieku

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    I am living on a raft, in a side street in the merchant district of Accrathis is one of the most famous lines in Polish journalism written by foreign correspondent Ryszard Kapu ci ski Reporters from the old Soviet dominated Eastern bloc tend to be regarded contemptuously as propagandists by Western journalists Not Kapu ci ski whose books on the Iranian revolution Shah of Shahs the fall of Hailie Selassie the Emperor and the fall of the Soviet empire itself Imperium I am living on a raft, in a side street in the merchant district of Accrathis is one of the most famous lines in Polish journalism written by foreign correspondent Ryszard Kapu ci ski Reporters from the old Soviet dominated Eastern bloc tend to be regarded contemptuously as propagandists by Western journalists Not Kapu ci ski whose books on the Iranian revolution Shah of Shahs the fall of Hailie Selassie the Emperor and the fall of the Soviet empire itself Imperium became go to books to understand the intimate human story of revolt Revolutions happen according to Kapu ci ski, not over bread, but over wounded dignity Artur Domoslawski s biography is a comprehensive profile of Kapu ci ski, paying particular attention to his political outlook a third worldist socialism which he retained all his life Domoslawski doesn t spare Kapu ci ski a critical assessment though, in particular Kapu ci ski s flair for self dramatising, and making highly subjective claims about his subjects that nobody else appears able to verify However, as one of his admires says, Kapu ci ski had an unusual talent for interpreting reality through the senses He had a perfect feel for the fates of ordinary people, he understood their world and was then able to describe it accurately, to tell their stories

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