Adam Zagajewski is a Polish poet born in 1945 in Lvov. He has taught at several universities in the United States and is considered part of the “Generation of ’68” or “New Wave” writers in Poland. He has dabbled in protest poetry as well as themes of night, history, and eternity. His 2002 collection was titled World Without End: New and Selected Poems. He has also written two prose collections and won the Prix de la Liberté, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and a fellowship from the Berliner Kunstleprogramm.