Tadeusz Rózewicz

Polish poet Tadeusz Rózewicz (1921 - 2014) was considered to be one of Europe's most innovative and important writers. Along with his contemporaries Czeslaw Milosz, Zbiegniew Herbert, and Wislawa Szymborska, he created the extraordinary phenomenon that was post-war Polish poetry. Following his debut in 1946 with Unease, he published over twenty major collections of poetry. He was also one of the most important Polish playwrights of the 20th century. His poetry and plays continue to attract the highest critical acclaim in Poland; his numerous awards include the Nike Prize, Poland's most prestigious literary award, for his 1999 book Mother Departs.

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