Śląskie Studia Polonistyczne, Nr. 1/2 (2012), s. 283-290
The book, conceived of as a shock, unrest and provocation will certainly not cause an
intellectual earthquake. Only one sentence will be remembered: “Yes to Europe, but
together with our dead people” instead of a more serious wondering, a no-nonsense
discussion, a breakthrough in our self-perception, our history, instead of thinking
about a painful loss of our own mythology, instead of making conclusions from the
neighbourhood and an “inappropriate” (or irreversible) baptism.