Igor Bobkov writes Czeslaw Milosz

New opus century literary project to Czeslaw Milosz. The project is implemented with the support of the International Network of Literary Centres "Halma" and the European Cultural Foundation.

Igor Bobkov — the author of three collections of poetry («Solus Rex», «The hero of the War of transparency," "sleep, wake up, listen to the voices of fish"), the novel "Adam Klakotsky and his shadow", a collection of essays "The Kingdom of Belarus. The interpretation of pv [i] areas "and the scientific monograph" It Snyadetsky Philosophy. "

Literary creativity involved in the mid-1980s, was a member of the literary associations of "Babel" and "Locals".

In the 1990s, created the Center for European Studies and Cultural Initiatives "EvraForum," was one of the founders of the Belarusian Collegium. In 1997 he published the "Central European cultural review" — the magazine "Fragments".

Philosopher with education, Bobkov works at the Institute of Philosophy of the Academy of Sciences of Belarus, where he works with contemporary postcolonial theory and the history of philosophy. He teaches at the universities of Minsk and Vilnius.

"Letters to Miłosz"

Community Project "Letters to Miłosz" was launched alongside the cultural and educational centers, among them — the International Network of Literary Centres "Halma", European Cultural Foundation. This project — continued understanding the relationship of Europe, which he founded Milos in his famous book "Native Europe" (Rodzinna Europa). First published in Paris in 1958 anti-communist exile community and has been translated into almost all European languages, the book tells the story of the "Eastern European". Born in Lithuania, Polish nobleman, who survived another revolution in Russia for a long time he lived in Paris and the United States, died in Krakow, which he reminded Vilnius.


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