Bohdan Urbankowski

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Bohdan Urbankowski (born 19 May 1943 in Warsaw) is a Polish writer, poet and philosopher.

An opposition activist in People's Republic of Poland, he received several awards for his publications, most of which were published underground (bibuła).

The author of over 40 books, including many biographies including those of Adam Mickiewicz, Józef Piłsudski and John Paul II.

Selected works

  • Dostojewski - dramat humanizmów. 1978
  • Czerwona msza, albo usmiech Stalina (the red Mass, or Stalin’s smile). 1995, 2011
  • Józef Piłsudski: marzyciel i strateg (Józef Piłsudski: Dreamer and Strategist). 1997
  • Trzema drogami nadziei Opowieść o wędrówkach Karola Wojtyły. 2002
  • Poeta, czyli człowiek zwielokrotniony. Szkice o Zbigniewie Herbercie. 2004

References

  • (in Polish) Longer bio
  • (in Polish) Short bio and some poems
  • (in Polish) Short bio


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