Brilliant work. How did the Nobel Committee manage to overlook Herling?

Kirkus Reviews

Short stories by Poland’s greatest writer, and survivor of WWII Soviet labor prison camps.

The Noonday Cemetery

Fiction by Gustaw Herling-Grudzinski

Translated from the Polish by Bill Johnston

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Paperback (published May 1, 2003)

ISBN
9780811216395
Price US
14.95
Price CN
21
Trim Size
5x8
Page Count
256

Clothbound (published May 1, 2003)

ISBN
9780811215299
Price US
25.95
Trim Size
5x8
Page Count
256

Gustaw Herling-Grudzinski

Gustaw Herling-Grudzinski was a Polish writer and soldier. He is best known for writing a personal account of life in the Soviet gulag called A World Apart

Brilliant work. How did the Nobel Committee manage to overlook Herling?

Kirkus Reviews