The article presents an analysis of post-migrant social identities of multicultural postmodern societies, and especially the identity of a writer. Various recent concepts related to creation of post-migrant identities are illustrated by examples of Polish intellectuals living abroad, especially Czeslaw Milosz. Descriptions of consecutive stages of exile also shed some new light on the situation of Milosz as a poet who transformed his personal, Polish experiences into poetry appealing to readers around the world.
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