[vc_row][vc_column width="1/2"]Krystyna Kofta
lives in Warsaw. Husband professor of psychology, son biologist. Graduated with M.A. in Polish in 1970. Novels: The Visor
(1978) – (Faustian themes), Sawdust
(1980) – (The Stalinist era seen through the eyes of children), The Small Predator House
(1988) – (a woman gaining her freedom from the power of her mother and then her husband), No-one’s Body
(1988) – (a gothic romance), In Praise of Witches
(1994) – (on female power), The Secret Diary of Melanie R.
(1997) – (balancing between the real and virtual worlds), The Thief of Memory
(1998) – (today and the memory of childhood).
Other work: The Man who didn’t die
(1990) – (a collection of short stories), How to get, keep and drop a man
(1992) – (a parody of a self-help manual), Harpies, piranhas, angels
(1997) – (a dialogue with journalist Malgorzata Domagalik on the subject of the lack of solidarity among women).
Film scripts: I like Bats
(based on The Small Predator’s House
Other Plays: Professor Mephisto’s Salon
– (Faust and Mephisto are women).
On-going work for the women’s magazine Your Style.[/vc_column][vc_column width="1/2"]
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