Bruno Winawer (17 March 1883 – 11 April 1944, Opole Lubelskie, Poland) was a Polish columnist, comedy writer and physicist. He wrote popular social comedies, often incorporating scientific themes, columns on science and literature, and science-fiction stories.
In 1921 Joseph Conrad translated into English Winawer's short play, The Book of Job. Despite the translation's shortcomings, Winawer was pleased with it; but in spite of Conrad's efforts the play was never staged in England, and the translation was published only after Conrad's death.
- Pan Twardowski (1921)
- Zdzisław Najder, Joseph Conrad: A Life, pp. 538-39.
- Zdzisław Najder, Joseph Conrad: A Life, translated by Halina Najder, Rochester, New York, Camden House, 2007, ISBN 1-57113-347-X.
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