Waclaw Rolicz-Lieder

Wacław Rolicz-Lieder (* September 27, 1866 in Warsaw, Poland, † April 25, 1912), was a Polish Symbolist poet and translator of German poetry.

He was the son of a German immigrant bank clerk, and a Polish mother.

Works

  • Poezje I, Krakau 1889;
  • Poezje II, Krakau 1891 (only 60 copies printed);
  • Elementarz języka arabskiego (elementary book of the Arab one), Kirchhain 1893;
  • Wiersze III, Krakau 1895 (only 50 copies);
  • Abu Sajid Fadlullah Ben Abulhair i tegoż czterowiersze (translation from the Persian one), Krakau 1895;
  • Moja Muza, Krakau 1896 (only 30 copies);
  • Wiersze V, Krakau 1898 (only 20 copies);
  • Nowe Wiersze, Krakau 1903 (collected poems, 100 copies);
  • Wybór Poezji, Krakau 1962, (500 copies);
  • Poezje wybrane, Warsaw 1962, (1000 copies).

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