ISSN: 2657-800X
2021, t. 4, nr 1 (7), poz. 15
2021, Vol. 4, No. 1 (7), item. 15
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Ewa Stawicka

White tragedy

This time, advocate Ewa Stawicka begins with a quote from the Decameron of Boccaccio and takes us to the plague-stricken Florence. The author recalls the novel of the fourth Polish romantic bard, Cyprian Kamil Norwid, entitled The ring of the white lady, referring to aristocratic privileges and superstitions, and ends with a quotation from the book of the late advocate Andrzej Rościszewski titled Midnight Cruises: ‘At sea you need to know how to wait. One must have the patience of persevering in the bad state in order to be able to enjoy its departure later.’


This article is published in Polish