Much has been written about Ryszard Kapuściński, foreign correspondent and writer on international politics for the weekly review Polityka. His life and work has been unique. He was called the witness of the twentieth century. Soon after his death, on May 2007, the Polish edition of Newsweek magazine revealed that he worked for the Communist Polish secret service from 1965 to 1972 or 1977, and that he had reported on several of his colleagues. Accusations of inaccuracies and implausible situations have been many. But as Artur Domoslawski, the author of the book, Ryszard Kapuściński: Where does journalism end and literature begin?