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Kapuscinki's poetic license

from 09.03.2010

Daniel Passent: How did you come up with the title "Kapuscinski non-fiction?"

Artur Domoslawksi: During his lifetime, Kapuscinski created two oeuvres. One was his life's work as reporter, which went on to become great literature about the mechanisms of power, revolutions and marginalised peoples. The second was his story about ...

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