Włodzimierz Zagórski (writer)

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Włodzimierz Zagórski (7 November 1834 in eastern Galicia, Luhove near Brody, then called Chekhy – 13 February 1902 in Warsaw, Poland), pseudonymes Chochlik, Publicola (or Publikola), was a Polish writer, popular satirist, prosaist, publicist. Officer of Austrian Army.

Zagórski was an editor and author of publications in satirical magazines Chochlik (1866–1868, 1871), Różowe Domino (1882–1884, 1887–1890). Collaborator of magazines Kurier Codzienny and Słowa. Author of poems Król Salomon (1887), Wybór poezji (1899), novels Pamiętnik starego parasola (1884), Wilcze plemię (1885), short stories and humoresques. Selection of satirical works, feast and Bacchic songs Z teki Chochlika (vol. 1–2; 1882). Selection of works with the same title, selected by Julian Tuwim, published posthumously in 1953.

Further reading[edit]

  • Korfel, Jerzy (2000). Włodzimierz Zagórski (Chochlik) (in Polish). Przedsiębiorstwo Poligraficzne. ISBN 83-905103-6-7. 

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