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and now to complicate things in a good way :-)

From the Polish poet Grzegorz Wroblewski:

Jacek Podsiadlo (for many critics a typically 'Polish New York School' poet), is a 'new generation' poet but he uses the some poetic strategies like old poets before him but with new ' language effects' etc.

Rozewicz was born before WW II. He is a Polish classic poet, but different. He is not the same as the Polish 'monumental poets' (Milosz-Herbert).

Swietlicki is a Polish Beat poet

I think this is not a question young-old, not a generation confrontation, but something else.

Public language versus private language.

Nation versus the individual etc.


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