Witold Gombrowicz and Julius Caesar
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One of the most famous passages written by Gombrowicz is his parody of a Latin lesson in 'Ferdydurke'. The present article examines the writer's knowledge of the ancient world and languages and his attitude towards them. It also shows how his parody of schoolboys' translations of Caesar was reproduced in various languages by Gombrowicz's translators.
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