EBOOK or KINDLE (Boundary) Ä Zofia Nałkowska

Rature of the 20th century Hard To Understand Story With Great understand story with great of reflections of characters Very engaging story of two children grown in different families with different "values but with almost the same destiny Ideals fall and passions play important role in there "but with almost the same destiny Ideals fall and passions play important role in there Heroes are trapped in the new coming world of Socialist revolutions The book is very realistic and engaging each of us could have been Zenon Ziembewicz or Elzbieta Biecka Strongly recommend as warning message before having close relationship with person out of your social class The biggest harm done to this book is forcing students to read it and overanalyzing it at schoolBasicaly this book is about two people from different backgrounds who are attracted to eachother but in reality can only communicate through sex In the background you can see social and economical changes around 1930 s in Poland But as most of you should now relationships based on sex can t last especialy if he is young rich boy with a fiancee and she is a mere cook and reality can be uite hardThis book is bit slow and uite depressing but if you think story like this might interest you it is definitely worth giving it a shot. Ing work Meanwhile the higher class wives found themselves betrayed While Boundary can be interpreted as a novel about power and its abuses it contains several dimensions philosophical emotional existential moral that render it a consummate piece of social criticism An elegantly composed work of imaginative fiction it does not preach or offer solutions Ursula Phillips’s

Excellent Translation Will Interest 
translation will interest of early twentieth century novels and scholars and students of Polish literature feminist studies and European modernism. ,

BoundaryThe main character is under pressure of different social and moral situations and chanhes from an ambitious student into not entirely moral person what leads him to death This book is a reuired reading for school in Poland This book is complex tells the story of Zenon Ziembiewicz who despise his father but in the end ends just like him Zenon tends to shift the blame for his failures on others He can t confront with the societal opinion of him and his actions The book is a masterpiece but oh god It Was Just So was just so to read Sometimes The Main Character the main character the society he lives in are "so terrible i couldnt stand them it s " terrible I couldnt stand them It s weird When I started this book all I could think about was Oh man it s going to be so boring Stupid school reading But it turned out that it s really fascinating There are so many things that makes you wonder about the future of whole society and the human rece It s challenging and meaningful and it s impossible just to read it You have to understand it you have to feel it you have to see through it One of the most interesting school readings Despite Na owska s style of writing it is easy to read and you can finish it uite fast Content forces us. Available for the first time in English Zofia Nalkowska’s Boundary was originally published as Granica in Poland in 1935 The modernist novel was widely discussed upon its publication and praised for its psychological realism and stylistic and compositional artistry Over the years it has been translated into several languages and made into a feature film and remains a standard text in the Polish secondary school curriculum Nalkowska was a pioneer of feminist fiction in Central Europe Her observation of ineuality in the treatment of. To reflect about many things thanks to the interesting psychological threads Definitely worth Reading As Much As As much as like books which focus on human psychology this one seemed to dwell on the source of motivation of The Main Characters Way Too Much Also main characters way too much Also was very boring and the way the ending od the book was relieved took away all of the feeling of suspense that could have been build along and used to catch the reader s attention Boundary Granica in Polish is a novel of the 1930s here splendidly translated into English for the first time by "Ursula Phillips It s a modernist novel by which I think "Phillips It s a modernist novel by which I think meant that there is no all seeng dominant narrative position and that the narrator s gaze and perspective shift from time to time Although the main protagonist is male it is about the lives of women and especially about the dual standards applied to men and to women Nalkowska was criticised in her lifetime for extreme amoral relativism which probably says about male critics attitudes to women s writing than it does about Nalkowska s work but let that pass It s powerfully honest and authentic and is a essential read for anyone who is even beginning to be interested in the lite. Men and women is at the heart of Boundary which explores a transgressive love affair and its repercussions She perceived that men especially of the upper and middle classes felt free to have sexual relations with lower class women whereas it was not socially acceptable for women of any class to have sexual relations outside of marriage or even admit to enjoying sex This meant that working class women were seduced and then abandoned when they became pregnant leaving them with the stigma of illegitimate children and the problem of find. ,