|Czeslaw Milosz and John Paul II|
Czeslaw Milosz - poet, laureate of the Nobel Prize in Literature – meeting with blessed Pope John Paul II - correspondence and publications relating to Milosz and the Pope.
|Wislawa Szymborska - film talk|
'I feel bad during interviews and I am angry when I read them afterwards. I am always dissatisfied because I think I should have said something differently,’ says Wislawa Szymborska - Polish poet, essayist, literary critic, translator, columnist and laureate of the Nobel Prize in Literature (1996). A record of a conversation with Wislawa Szymborska, Jan Pawel Gawlik and Judyta Papp.
| Editor Jerzy Turowicz and Cardinal Karol Wojtyla|
Karol Card. Wojtyła - fragments of correspondence with Editor Jerzy Turowicz 'Faith as well as the whole religious attitude of man has its own particular specifics that cannot be easily reduced to such means of expression that, in relation to it, are not homogeneous.'
|Anthony Milosz - meeting with John Paul II in Rome |
Anthony Oscar Milosz - writer, translator and composer. In 1980 when my father and I visited the Holy Father in Rome after the Nobel Prize ceremonies in Stockholm, everyone felt that something important was happening, that we were involved in something extraordinary: an attempt to defeat evil, and not the human beings who had succumbed to it.