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  • Title: Poszukiwacze skarbów
  • Author: Wojciech Żukrowski
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  • Page: 417
  • Format: Hardcover
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    • Wojciech Żukrowski

      Wojciech Zukrowski was born in Krakow, Poland in 1916, in the middle of World War I He was studying Polish language and literature at Jagiellonian University at the outbreak of World War II Zukrowski then served in the horse artillery and within a short time he was wounded After Hitler s forces occupied Poland, he joined the Polish resistance as a specialist in sabotage From late 1939 until 1945, Zukrowski worked in the Solvay limestone quarry with his friend Karol Wojtyla, who would become Pope John Paul II The quarry was a haven for Polish intellectuals because it was not closely watched by the Germans Acting on a shared passion for cultural resistance to the detested Nazi occupation, Zukrowski and Wojtyla helped form an underground acting group, the Rhapsodic Theater an enterprise that could have brought severe punishment if they had been discovered The two corresponded until Zukrowski s death in 2000 Zukrowski married Maria Woltersdorf in 1945 and had a daughter, Katarzyna He gained recognition for From the Land of Silence, a book about life in an occupied country, and Kidnapping in Tiutiurlistan, an animal fable critical of war, which became an enduringly popular children s book In 1953 he became a war correspondent in Vietnam and China and traveled in Laos and Cambodia The death of Stalin that year eventually led to the thaw, a relaxation of political discipline that revived hopes for increased autonomy within member nations of the Warsaw Pact In 1956, as Poles watched the deepening rebellion against the communist regime in Hungary, Zukrowski embarked on a three year tour as cultural attach with the Polish diplomatic mission in India In 1966 Zukrowski published Stone Tablets, one of the first Polish language literary works to offer trenchant criticisms of Stalinism The book was finished a year and a half earlier, but the censors held up publication until Wladyslaw Gomulka, then head of the Polish state, personally ordered its release Shortly thereafter, a new print run was delayed due to political pressure from Hungary, whose leaders resented the novel s sympathetic depiction of the revolt of 1956 Renowned film director Andrzej Wajda was refused permission to make a motion picture of the book A Czech translation was printed but banned from distribution by the government when the ban was lifted, nothing remained to sell because workers in the warehouse where the copies were stored had smuggled all of them out to readers Stone Tablets remained a favorite with the Polish reading public and eventually, like several other Zukrowski novels, became a film Its popularity continued after 1989, when the seventy three year old author once again found himself in a free Poland In 1996, Zukrowski won the Reymont Prize for lifetime literary achievement Zukrowski died in 2000 He had written forty four books and won twenty literary awards, including the prestigious Pietrzak Prize for Stone Tablets He was buried with military honors in Powazki Cemetery, the resting place of many notable Poles The Pope organized a special mass for him in Rome.

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