Jakub Małecki | Dygot
Where:Klub PROZA, Przejście Garncarskie 2
The Łabendowicz family welcomes an albino son. A Gypsy casts a spell on the Gelds. Dygot, one of the most famous novels of recent years, is often viewed through the prism of various mysterious forces or signs, occasionally fed by folklore. Jakub Małecki’s book, sometimes compared due to its subject matter to the literature of Wiesław Myśliwski or Olga Tokarczuk, is, irrespective of these analogies, a clear, powerful and independent literary voice appreciated by readers and reviewers. How does Dygot hold up a few years on from its premiere and what has not yet been discovered in it?
Jakub Małecki – esteemed and recognised prose writer, translator of English literature. Author of nine books.