Posts Tagged Taborski

Taborski on the role of the Jeweler

The Jeweler seems to stand for Divine Providence, for the power of moral judgment. The wedding rings, which he does not so much sell as dispense and which

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Grol-Prokopczyk’s Review of the Jeweler’s Shop (1981)

Besides satisfying the general curiosity about Pope John Paul II’s (Karol Wojtyla’s) play writing, “The Jewelers Shop,” subtitled “A Meditation on the Sacrament of Matrimony, Passing on Occasion

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Czerwinski’s Review of The Jeweler’s Shop (1988)

 Kotlarczyk’s Rhapsodic Theater was the crucible where the future pope’s beliefs were tested. Wojtyla championed the cause of the “theater of the Word,” whose chief concern, as Boleslaw

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On Boleslaw Taborski

On Boleslaw Taborski

From London Times Dec 13 2011 Boleslaw – poet, essayist, translator and BBC World Service Polish Section radio journalist died in London on 6th December 2010, aged 83.

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Taborski on Wojtyla’s Drama

Taborski on Wojtyla's Drama

Boleslaw #Taborski 1927-2010 The definitive edition in English of Wojtyla’s plays is still The Collected Plays and Writings on the Theater, translated and with introductions by Boleslaw Taborski

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