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Stefan Zeromski

a.k.a. Mauryey Zych *, Jozef Katerla *

Author Code: OSZX

Born: Oct. 14, 1864 - Strawczyn, Poland

Died: Nov. 20, 1925 - Warsaw, Poland

Educated at the Kielce grammar school, Zeromski took a position as a family tutor before returning to his studies at the Veterinary College of Warsaw. Due to financial constraints he was forced to abandon his studies and once again functioned as a tutor. In 1892, he became an assistant librarian at the Polish Museum in Rapperswil, Switzerland and worked there for four years. During this time, he began to publish short stories and novellas. He returned to Poland and in 1897 was employed by the Zamoyski Estate Library in Warsaw. After 1904, his successes on the literary stage allowed him to concentrate on writing. He spent time in Italy and France before returning to Poland in 1912 and settled in Zakopane. In 1918, he moved to Warsaw where he became politically active. In 1920, he founded the Society of Friends of Pomerania and during the war between Poland and the Bolsheviks, acted as a war correspondent. In 1924, he established the Guardians of Polish Writing and was close to winning the Nobel Prize in literature. His death in 1925 was considered a national tragedy. His works include Sisyphean Labours (1897), The Homeless (1900), Ashes (1904), The Faithful River (1912), The Fight With Satan trilogy (1916-1918) and Springtime (1924).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
OSZX001 Selected Short Stories
  Forebodings
  Temptation
  Twilight
1910 11 167k eBook Download PDF - 'Selected Short Stories' (OSZX001)   Download ePub - 'Selected Short Stories' (OSZX001) Find a printed copy of Selected Short Stories by Stefan Zeromski at AbeBooks
OSZX002 The Stronger Sex 1895 14 173k eBook Download PDF - 'The Stronger Sex' (OSZX002)   Download ePub - 'The Stronger Sex' (OSZX002) Find a printed copy of The Stronger Sex by Stefan Zeromski at AbeBooks

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