Jerzy Szaniawski Zegrzynek , 10 February — 16 March , Warsaw was a Polish writer, playwright, and essayist; an elected member of the prestigious Polish Academy of Literature in the interwar period.
He is best remembered for his series of short stories about the fictitious Professor Tutka, published in daily press in postwar Poland. During Stalinism his writing was temporarily banned as "ideologically adverse".
Szaniawski was born into a family of Polish landed gentry at an estate in Zegrzynek in east-central Poland under foreign partitions.
The estate was nationalized after World War II, but the actual manor remained his until the end of his life. Szaniawski went to school in Warsaw and studied agriculture in Lausanne , France, before returning there. Since then, his plays were performed regularly by many Polish theatres.
He was active in Polish resistance and in was temporarily arrested by Gestapo. Until the end of Stalinism in Poland , it was his most frequently performed play.
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She was taken to a mental hospital in Tworki but escaped. Beware of Bad Dogs!
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