her reputation rests on a relatively small body of work, fewer than 350 poems. her poems continued to be published in various newspapers and periodicals for a number of years.
^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p "nobel prize-winning poet szymborska dies aged 88". her poems have been translated into english and collected into books: people on a bridge, sounds, feelings, thoughts, and her best-known work, view with a grain of sand.
boston review: poems – new and collected 1957–1997 by francis padorr brent. – mapping the words of wislawa szymborska on her latest book, monologue of a dog by lys anzia.
in another poem, “writing a resume,” szymborska outlines with bitter irony the requirements for obtaining a job: one cannot tell about all the wonderful subjective details that make each life unique, but instead must stick to concrete, objective facts. in a resume, “landscapes are replaced by addresses…of all your loves, mention only the marriage.
the new republic: "miracle fair: selected poems of wislawa szymborska" by ruth franklin. is a video interpretation of Wislawa Szymborska's "Writing a Resume" that is based on snippets of my own family and life while writing a hypothetical re.