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Julian Tuwim

Twentieth-century poet, children’s author, and Polish Academy of Books Golden Laurel receiver. His poetry choices include Phrases in Bloodstream, A Burning up Matter, The Seventh Fall months, along with a Gypsy Bible. He was created right into a middle-class Jewish family members in Lodz and was later on forced to keep his homeland due to the Nazi profession of Poland. He was a co-founder of Skamander, a significant experimental poetry group. He used a child along with his wife Stefania Tuwimowa. He was the nephew of pianist Arthur Rubinstein.

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