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The young girl experiences a dramatical love disappointment and then — as it later proves — an artistic failure.

Maria Kuncewiczowa herself wrote the screenplay. Jul 26, Mieszko Pelc rated it really liked it.

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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. It is a most unpleasant portrait though, I hasten to say, very well-written of a woman who uses all her information and her wildly-fluctuating moods to spoil the happiness of her husband, her children, and their families.

It is a never-ending merry-go-round of emotion with an ending which doesn’t fit with the whole tone of all that preceded it.

Cudzoziemka by Maria Kuncewiczowa. Magdalena Magdalaena rated it it was ok Oct 09, She is thus separate.

Maria Kuncewiczowa – kalendarium życia i twórczości

The surviving son dotes on his mother while trying to break free at the same time. Jesus, that was horrible. One of them consists of contemporary events, limited to one ordinary day, filled with reflection and thoughts of the protagonist. She falls in love with music and Michael. Open Preview See a Problem? May 21, Marta Karpowicz rated it it was amazing Shelves: Kasia rated it it was amazing Sep 13, Published by Proszynski i S-ka first published Maria rated it did not like it Sep 04, Thanks for telling us about the problem.


In the movie it is compared to a planet due to crash into the Earth. The author wrote amazing pages about feelings for music, the only refuge of the caustic, unpredictable, over-protective woman who needed psychiatric help but received it too late. The daughter succeeds in music, both helped and held back by her mother.

This page was last edited on 24 Mayat This novel is a portrait of unhappiness turned into a weapon, a tool with which Rose tyrannizes her family over the years. The author, at least in the English-speaking world, is hardly known, but should be.

Maria Kuncewiczowa – kalendarium życia i twórczości

After she lived in France, England and the United States. She in turn looks to him to “save” her. Maey Van rated it liked it Aug 18, She descends into madness even harder a couple of years later, when her beloved son, Kazimierz, dies at an early age. The film was awarded twice during the Aside from that, there are great descriptions of feelings while playing music!



Daria rated it liked it Jan 27, They are an introduction to and an excuse for the second plot — the retrospective and digressive one. However, her alienation grows even bigger when she moves to Warsaw in order to take up violin lessons. Rose marries, Adam, a schoolteacher who cudzoziemja never understand her. Her most famous work is Cudzoziemka translated to English as The Strangerconsidered one of the most prominent Polish psychological novels of the interwar period.

Her family life is a losing streak. Adapted from English and Polish Wikipedia.