Andrzej Szczypiorski, a distinguished Polish novelist and journalist of the older generation, was close to the Communist establishment during the Fifties, but in the Sixties and Seventies he became increasingly critical of it. In this short story, originally published in PULS magazine, he explores love and other intrigues of life in Poland.
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