Fik Ignacy

Literary critic, poet, teacher, political activist. He studied philosophy at the Jagiellonian University and the Jan Kazimierz University in Lviv. His activity in the Independent Academic Union of Socialist Youth “Życie” led to his arrest in 1925 and his imprisonment for several months in the St. Michala. He was a teacher at the Gymnasium in Oświęcim, Pińczów and Mysłowice. During the Nazi occupation, he was a co-organizer and co-editor of the “R” magazine, which in the second half of 1940 began to be published as “Polska Ludowa”, which later became the magazine of the Polish Workers’ Party. He became the secretary of the Municipal Committee of the Polish Workers. Party in Krakow. Arrested by the Gestapo and imprisoned in Montelupich, then shot in the Krzesławickie Hills. He is the author of the poems “Lies of the mirror”, “Przemiany” or dissertations in magazines, such as “Wiadomości Literackie”, but he also published larger works such as “Rodowód Społeczny Polish Literature”.

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