Saturday, October 21, 2006

Uncaptive Mind

Many critics have concluded that Kieslowski's art was an exotic, twisted plant unable to bloom without political repression and state censorship. But that conclusion is unfair. What does the magnificent example of Czeslaw Milosz tell us, if not that Polish artists can thrive in freedom and even survive consumerism? (Uncaptive Mind by Martha Bayles)

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