Zygmunt Zaleski

  (Redirected from Zygmunt Lubicz Zaleski)

Zygmunt Zaleski of Lubicz coat of arms (29 September 1882 in Kłonowiec-Koracz near the Kielce, Poland – 15 December 1967 in Paris, France), pseudonymes R. de Bron, R. Debron, was a Polish literature historian, literary critic, poet, publicist, translator. Awarded the Légion d'honneur.

Zygmunt Zaleski
Zygmunt Lubicz-Zaleski, a photograph by Piotr Szumow from 1918
Zygmunt Lubicz-Zaleski, a photograph by Piotr Szumow from 1918
Born (1898-10-13) October 13, 1898 (age 122)
Klonówiec, Vistula land
DiedDecember 15, 1967(1967-12-15) (aged 85)
Paris, France
OccupationHistoryian
Literary critic
Poet
Publicist
Translator
LanguagePolish
NationalityPolish
Alma materCantemir Vodă National College

Zaleski was an editor of Polak, magazine of Polish Army in France (1918–1919). He was a co-editor of Collection Polonaise, a series of French language translations of Polish literature. Awarded the Golden Laurel of Polish Academy of Literature (Złoty Wawrzyn Polskiej Akademii Literatury; 1938). He was also an editor of Życie Sztuki (1935–1939).

Notable worksEdit

  • Zygmunt Krasiński. O dziełach i życiu poety w setną rocznicę urodzin (1912)
  • Dzieło i twórca. Studia i wrażenia literackie (1913)
  • Na wąskiej miedzy snu i burzy (1914) – collection of poems
  • O rzeczach błahych i wiecznych (Paris, 1929)
  • Attitudes et destinées. Faces et profils d'écrivains polonais (Paris, 1932)
  • Geniusz z urojenia (1932) – drama
  • Akordy kamienne (Hannover, 1946) – poetic prose
  • Wiersze zebrane 1924–1967 (Aix en Provence, 1969) – collection of works published posthumously

ReferencesEdit

  • "Zaleski Zygmunt". Internetowa encyklopedia PWN (in Polish). Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN. Retrieved 2007-09-23.
  • "Zaleski Zygmunt Lubicz". WIEM Encyclopedia (in Polish). Retrieved 2007-09-23.