Wacław Berent

Novelist, Deceased Person

1878 – 1940

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Who was Wacław Berent?

Wacław Berent was a Polish novelist, essayist and a literary translator from the Art Nouveau period, publishing under pen names S.A.M. and Wł. Rawicz. He studied natural sciences in Kraków, Zurich, and obtained a PhD in Munich before returning to Warsaw and embarking on a literary career around the turn of the century. Berent became member of the prestigious Polish Academy of Literature in 1933.

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Born
Sep 28, 1878
Poland
Also known as
  • S.A.M.
  • Wł. Rawicz
Nationality
  • Poland
Profession
Died
Nov 22, 1940
Warsaw

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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