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Juliusz Żuławski

Juliusz Żuławski (7 October 1910 in Zakopane – 10 January 1999 in Warsaw) was a Polish poet, prose writer, literary critic and translator. He was an editor of Nowa Kultura (1950–1951), chairman of Polish PEN Club (during the years of 1978–1983 and 1988–1991[1]), member of Stowarzyszenie Pisarzy Polskich. He fought during Polish September Campaign (1939).


Juliusz Żuławski made his own debut as writer in 1933 by Marcin poem published on Droga, a monthly magazine.

He was an author of reflective and memoirs lyric poetry (Pole widzenia, 1948), psychological prose (Wyprawa o zmierzchu, 1936; Czas przeszły niedokonany, 1962), biographical stories (Byron nieupozowany, 1964). He has translated English poetry. He also published several related to Tatra mountains.

Notable works

  • Wyprawa o zmierzchu (1936)
  • Cień Alcybiadesa (Neubrandenburg, 1943)
  • Skrzydło Dedala (1949)
  • Czas przeszły niedokonany (1962)
  • Pole widzenia (1948)
  • Wiersze z notatnika (1957)
  • Kartki z drogi (1975)
  • Byron nieupozowany (1964)
  • Wielka podróż Walta Whitmana (1971)
  • Czas odzyskany (1982)
  • Przydługa teraźniejszość (1992)

Family tree


  1. ^ Although these years are unclear:
    1978–1983 and 1988–1991, according to Encyklopedia PWN
    1978–1990, according to WIEM Encyklopedia.


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