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THE GREATEST BOOKS
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Mondrala Press publishes English translations of great Polish books.

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1600 B.C. A Journey to the ends of the world. A Bronze Age saga. What it was like to be there then.
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A Roman trilogy banned by communists in 1961, banned by Facebook in 2023.
"These books may affect the way our readers vote." Probably the most significant piece of literary writing from Eastern Europe since World War II.
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Communists banned it in 1961, Facebook banned it in 2023.
 
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Thirty best boks about the antique ever written.
 
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Extraordinary books by Europe's bestselling cult author on
Graeco-Roman Antiquity, a man who wrote in a style all of his own.
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In 1726, a Virginian "white" renegade went native on the Orinoco to become
a local war chief. This is his story. Told by a man who lived among the Arawaks.

 
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570 BC. Hilarious tales of nefarious doings in the ancient Mediterranean. Great adventures stories told under Nazi occupation to divert the mind and get away from the here and now.
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570 BC. Nefarious doings in the ancient Mediterrenean.

The Mysterious World of Maria Ro.

Writer. Feminist. Conservative. Political exile. Capitalist. Landowner. Tree-hugger. Catholic. Dyke. Perhaps the most interesting woman author of the 20th century. Critics have all hated her but she remains stubbornly in print. People keep reading her a century later, critics and academia be damned. Now listen up, professors. The readers know.

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570 BC. Nefarious doings in the ancient Mediterrenean.

A MORE SPACIOUS FORM

A series dedicated to authoritative translations of modern Polish poetry published in cooperation with the Institute of Literature, a Polish cultural institution, and under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Poland. 
Polish poetry did not end with Miłosz and Szymborska. It's a living, breathing art.
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