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Heller, Ágnes. Olvasónapló, 2013-2014. Budapest : Múlt és Jövő, 2014.
Second volume of the Hungarian philosopher's reading diary featuring succinct essays on a variety of very different authors, from Ismail Kadate to Péter Nádas, from Sándor Márai to Émile Zola, from D.H. Lawrence to P.D. James and Jo Nesbø.
Bohdziewicz, Anna Beata. 1989: Wszystko od nowa : Fotodziennik czyli piosenka o końcu świata = 1989: Life Anew: Photodiary of a song on the end of the world. Warszawa: Dom Spotkań z Historią: Monoplan, 2014.
A selection from Bohdziewicz's Photodiary series from 1989, offering a glimpse of Poland (as well as Latvia and Lithuania) on the brink of a transformation.