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Wiadomosci Literackie (the Literary News) (1924 -- 1939) | Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

Name: Wiadomosci Literackie (the Literary News) (1924 -- 1939)

Historical Note:

Wiadomosci Literackie (the Literary News) was a social-cultural weekly published in 1924 -- 1939 in Warsaw.

Initially the publication did demonstrate a political affiliation. After May 1926 Coup D’état, it had come to terms with the Sanation (Sanacja) camp, adopted the ideas of moral revival and had become one of the utmost loyal supporters of the new course among the literary circles.

Its literary profile molded primarily by the Circle of Skamander, namely Julian Tuwim, Antoni Slonimski, Kazimierz Wierzynski, Jan Lechon, Jaroslaw  Iwaszkiewicz, Józef Witlin, Stanislaw Blainski, Zuzana Ginczanka. Among prominent contributors were also Jerzy Liebert, Tadeusz Boy-Zelenski, Ksawery Pruszynski, Michal Choromanski, Zbigniew Unilowski, Aleksander Janta-Polczynski, Maria Pawlikowska-Jasnorzewska, Karol Izykowski, Michal Walicki, Stansilaw Osowski, Waclaw Lednicki, Bruno Winawer, Emil Breiter, Antoni Sobanski, Irna Krzywicka and Stanfia Zahorskia. In 1933, Bruno Schulz made his déboîté on its pages.

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