Witold Gombrowicz
Testament: conversations with Dominique de Roux


Taking advantage of his fame (International Publishers Award, 1967) and the unique opportunity provided by an interview with a French journalist, the outstanding Polish writer Witold Gombrowicz (1904-1969) tried to dispel the misunderstanding that had accumulated around his work. Banned in his country and only selectively translated into ten languages, Gombrowicz felt the need to consistently link his work with his life. Being an autobiography and a guide to his works, the interviews follow the chronology of the writer's work. In this book, Gombrowicz retains all his sharpness, his humor, his foresight.

The book is an important addition to Gombrowicz's "Diaries" (the most important reading for the formation of the inner man), published by us in 2012 and republished in 2021.

ISBN 978-5-89059-472-3