Kahl Editions, 2017 First edition Hardcover, 136 pages, 220 x 270 mm Text in Polish and English Condition: New
Old enough to commit a crime but too young to go to prison, juvenile offenders in Poland are sent to borstals, where adolescence and adulthood are in constant flux. In IMAGO, Zuza Krajewska examines the everyday lives of boys at a custody centre in Studzieniec, a town near Warsaw. These teenagers were brought to the borstal for their inability to follow the codes of society, guilty of anything from petty theft to more serious crimes. Had they been adults, many of their crimes would have earned them a jail sentence, but the potential of growth and development to their still-childlike characters granted them an opportunity to be rehabilitated and, one day, reintroduced to society.
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