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  1. The Captive Mind (Polish: Zniewolony umysł) is a 1953 work of nonfiction by Polish writer, poet, academic and Nobel laureate Czesław Miłosz. It was first published in English in a translation by Jane Zielonko in 1953.

    • Czesław Miłosz
    • Zniewolony umysł
    • 1953
    • 1953
  2. The Captive Mind is Polish poet and Nobel prize winner Czeslaw Milosz's astute 1953 work of non-fiction speaking to the attraction of totalitarianism for writers, artists and intellectuals. In his first chapter Czeslaw Milosz explores how the vision of Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz 's novel Insatiability written during the 1920s became a reality ...

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    • Paperback
  3. Octagon Books, 1981 - History - 251 pages. The best known prose work by the winner of the 1980 Nobel Prize for Literature examines the moral and intellectual conflicts faced by men and women living...

    • reprint
    • Czesław Miłosz
    • Octagon Books, 1981
  4. 11 de ago. de 1990 · A classic book from the last century worth exploring to understand how social restructuring affects very well-intentioned people. Milosz’s, The Captive Mind, is a Pulitzer Prize wining character study of how the process of capitulation works on four young minds in post war Poland.

    • (371)
    • Czesław Miłosz
    • $17.99
    • Vintage
  5. 21 de dic. de 2021 · The captive mind by Miłosz, Czesław. Publication date 1990 Topics Communism -- Poland, Poland -- Intellectual life -- 1945-1989 Publisher New York ...

  6. In "The Captive Mind", Czeslaw Milosz takes us into the world inhabited by the people of Communist Poland, Czechoslovakia, Rumania and Hungary, and reveals in fascinating and frightening detail...

  7. A classic book from the last century worth exploring to understand how social restructuring affects very well-intentioned people. Milosz’s, The Captive Mind, is a Pulitzer Prize wining character study of how the process of capitulation works on four young minds in post war Poland.