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Edward Abramowski, photo: Wikipedia

Philosopher, psychologist, social activist. Born on 17th August 1868 in Stefanin (today’s Ukraine), died on 21st June 1918.

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Still from Andrzej Wajda's "Man of Marble", photo by Reanata Pajchel / Studio Filmowe "Zebra" / Filmoteka Narodowa / www.fototeka.fn.org.pl

Andrzej Wajda’s films may be viewed as a journey through Polish history – the director dealt with Polishness and Jewishness, national myths and tragedies, and the Solidarity movement, amongst many other matters.

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Tytus Czyżewski, Portrait of Bruno Jasieński, 1920, oil, canvas, photo: courtesy of the Museum of Art in Łódź, Kultura headquarters in Maisons-Laffitte near Paris, photo by: Wojciech Łaski / East News, Józef Oleszkiewicz, Portrait of Adam Mickiewicz, 1828, donation of Władysław Mickiewicz, photo source: National Museum in Cracow

In order to guide English-speakers towards the Polish authors best suited for their specific tastes, Culture.pl has put together an exclusive guide offering historical context and tailor-made recommendations.

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A performance directed By Lech Raczak, premiered at the Helen Modrzejewski's Theatre in Legnica, May 1, 2010...

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