About the Author
Witold Gombrowicz is the single most important Polish prose writer of the 20th century. He is best known for his novels Ferdydurke(1937), Pornografia(1960) and Cosmos(1966) and his plays Princess Ivona(1935) and The Marriage(1953). Gombrowicz left Poland in 1939, lived in Argentina for over 20 years, and died in France. In 1967, he was awarded the Prix Formentor. This is Bacacay's first English language publication.
Alastair Hamilton is Professor of Radical Reformation History at the University of Amsterdam and the C.L. Thijssen-Schoute Professor of the History of Ideas at the University of Leiden.