Woroszylski, in the years of the Stalinism, belonged to the writers socrealists approved by the state. Having become aware of the difference between the communist doctrines and the system in force, began in the movement of opposition as of the Seventies. It gave a long interview devoted to this period in the work of Jacek Trznadel, shame. Polish intellectuals vis-a-vis Communism (Stag, 1993); Woroszylski continued, until the end of its life, to clarify the motivations and the beliefs which guided its generation - that of “Pryszczaci”, in other words of the “Boutonneux”, because Woroszylski had some cutaneous problems - to adopt “real socialism”.
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