Biernat of Lublin
Biernat of Lublin (Polish: Biernat z Lublina, Latin Bernardus Lublinius, ca. 1465 – after 1529) was a Polish poet, fabulist, translator and physician. He was one of the first Polish-language writers known by name, and the most interesting of the earliest ones. He expressed plebeian, Renaissance and religiously liberal opinions.
Biernat wrote the first book printed in the Polish language: printed in 1513, in Kraków at Poland's first printing establishment, operated by Florian Ungler—a prayer-book, Raj duszny (Hortulus Animae, Eden of the Soul).
- Raj duszny (Eden of the Soul), 1513
- Żywot Ezopa Fryga (The Life of Aesop the Phrygian), 1522
- Dialog Polinura z Charonem (Dialog of Polinur and Charon)
- "Biernat z Lublina" ("Biernat of Lublin"), Encyklopedia Polski (Encyclopedia of Poland), p. 57.
- "Biernat z Lublina" ("Biernat of Lublin"), Encyklopedia Polski (Encyclopedia of Poland), Kraków, Wydawnictwo Ryszard Kluszczyński, 1996, ISBN 83-86328-60-6, p. 57.
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