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Maria Rodziewiczówna (February 2, 1863 – November 16, 1944, near Żelazna) was a Polish writer, among the most famous of the interwar years. Her works often idealized rural life and praised the countryside and peasantry. Her works include "Wrzos" ("Heather"), "Dewajtis", "Lato leśnych ludzi" ("Summer of the Forest People"), "Straszny dziadunio" ("Eerie Grandpa").
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