Maria Kuncewiczowa

Maria Kuncewiczowa (1895-1989)

Was a Polish writer and novelist. Kuncewiczowa studied music and literature in Crakow, Warsaw and Paris. She had published under pseudonyms for the magazine Le Lierre. In 1938 she was awarded the Gold Laurel of the Polish Academy of Literature.

The main theme of her works - the search for the truth about the nature of man by analysis of its soul. The most famous works: „The Stranger” (1936), „Tristan 1946” (1967), the autobiographical „Phantoms” (1971), short stories, a literary sketch of Stanisław Przybyszewski.



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