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Jan Kasprowicz 12 December — 1 August was a poet , playwright , critic and translator ; a foremost representative of Young Poland. He studied philosophy and literature in German universities in Leipzig and Breslau. During his studies he began having articles and poetry published, working with various Polish magazines.
For his activities in socialist circles he was twice arrested by Prussian police and spent half a year in prison. At the same time, with unusual productivity, Kasprowicz wrote and had published his own works and poetry, to critical acclaim. The largely self-taught Kasprowicz mastered the classical Latin and Greek languages, as well as French and English. His works included critically acclaimed translations of great literary works:.
Nature gifted Kasprowicz with good health and a strong constitution. In , he was married again, this time to the much younger Maria Bunin, a Russian girl whom he met on a train from Rome to Naples while on one of his artistic travels. She was the daughter of the Tsarist general, Victor Bunin. In the last twenty years of his life, Kasprowicz more and more frequently visited the Tatra Mountains.
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