"Dead at 25 in 1957, the Polish postwar firebrand Andrzej Bursa acquired a reputation as a quick-burning, existentially tormented rebel ... Yet Bursa's dark humor and deadpan satire ... keep utter bleakness at bay."
“Having stumbled upon a time capsule in a Paris storage room, Clara Beaudoux tweeted the contents to the world. Her texts and intriguing photos of artifacts were then melded to create a unique and engaging biography.”
Charles Kaiser, author of The Cost of Courage and 1968 in America