Zdzisław Żygulski (literary historian)
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|Died||22 October 1975 (aged 87)|
|Occupation||Educator, academic, author|
Zdzisław Żygulski (4 April 1888, Przemyśl – 22 October 1975, Łódź) was a Polish literary historian and Germanist. He was a professor at the universities of Łódź and Wrocław. An expert of German literature of 18th–19th century and antique drama, he published, with Marian Szyrocki,[who?] a German literature history textbook Geschichte der deutschen Literatur (vol. 1–4; 1958–1965). His notable works includes Gerhart Hauptmann. Człowiek i twórca (1968), Fryderyk Schiller (1975). His son, also named Zdzisław, was an art historian, academic and educator.
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