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eBook Rogaty Warszawiak epub
  • ISBN: 8308006752
  • Author: Adolf Rudnicki
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  • Publisher: Wydawn. Literackie (1981)
  • ePUB size: 1502 kb
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Adolf Rudnicki, born Aron Hirschhorn (February 19, 1912, Warsaw − November 14, 1990, Warsaw) was a Polish author and essayist, best known for his works about The Holocaust and the Jewish resistance in Poland during World War II. He was born to a Hasi.

Adolf Rudnicki, born Aron Hirschhorn (February 19, 1912, Warsaw − November 14, 1990, Warsaw) was a Polish author and essayist, best known for his works about The Holocaust and the Jewish resistance in Poland during World War II. He was born to a Hasidic Jewish family. After attended a trade school, he worked as a bank clerk. His writing career began in 1930 when he published his short novel Death of the Operator in the current events journal Kurier Poranny.

Born into a Hasidic family, Adolf Rudnicki rebelled against his father and the Orthodox community. Rudnicki’s early writings, inspired by naturalism, expressionism, and contemporary psychological prose, featured an original combination of fiction, documentary, and autobiography. Settling in Warsaw in the early 1930s, Rudnicki joined a circle of young writers. Rudnicki is considered the leading representative of the Jewish School in postwar Polish prose.

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Sto jeden Born in Warsaw into a Jewish family and often called the "Jeremiah of the Warsaw Ghetto," Adolf Rudnicki started his literary career in 1932 by publishing his first novel, Szczury ("Rats"), which manifested the author's.

Sto jeden Born in Warsaw into a Jewish family and often called the "Jeremiah of the Warsaw Ghetto," Adolf Rudnicki started his literary career in 1932 by publishing his first novel, Szczury ("Rats"), which manifested the author's specific anti-aesthetic program. His next work, Żołnierze (1933; "Soldiers"), confirmed that his writing is documentary or, more precisely, combines the elements of real life with his own imaginary invention.

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Adolf Rudnicki, Polish novelist and essayist noted for his depictions of the Holocaust in Nazi-occupied Poland. Born into a Jewish family, Rudnicki was educated in Warsaw and worked as a bank clerk. Adolf Rudnicki, (born February 19, 1912, Warsaw, Poland, Russian Empire -died November 14, 1990, Warsaw, Poland), Polish novelist and essayist noted for his depictions of the Holocaust in Nazi-occupied Poland.

Flag as Inappropriate. Adolf Rudnicki (February 19, 1912, Warsaw − November 14, 1990, Warsaw) was a Polish-Jewish author and essayist, best known for his works about The Holocaust and the Jewish resistance in Poland during World War II. Rudnicki first gained popularity in Poland with his 1930s novels The Unloved and The Rats. He escaped capture by the Nazis during the occupation of Poland, served in the Polish Army in 1939, and fought in the Warsaw Uprising of 1944.

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