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polish poet, polish essayist, polish translator, polish author of books for kids, Julia Hartwig, Hartwig
Julia Hartwig (born 1921) - poet, essayist, translator, author of books for kids. She studied at universities in Warsaw, Cracow (Jagielonian) and Paris. She is author of the reportage 'From journeys close to home' (1954), and several dozen collections of poetry. She has translated, amongst other things, works of Apollinaire, Rimbaud, Max Jacob, Cendrars and Supervielle, published a monograph of Apollinaire and Grarda de Nerval. She is also the author of translations from English, brought together in 1992 in a wide-ranging praise of the new man. An anthology of American poetry, prepared together with Artur Międzyrzecki, poet, then husband of Julia Hartwig. Author of collections of poetry, including: 'Farewell' (1956), 'A Free hand' (1969), 'Waking' (1978), 'Familiarity' (1987), 'Tenderness' (1992), 'Zobaczone' (1999), 'There's no answer' (2001). Books for kids co-authored with Artur Międzyrzecki also brought fame. Unforgettable were 'Jaś i Małgosia' ('Hansel and Gretel') (1961), 'Adventures of a Wild Strawberry' (1961), 'Tom Thumb' (1962).
She has been awarded countless prizes, including from the A. Jurzykowski Foundation, the Thornton Wilder Prize awarded by the Translation Center at Columbia University, the Austrian Georg Trakel poetry prize.
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