Koźmian Kajetan

Koźmian Kajetan was a poet, critic and journalist, politician and opponent of the November Uprising born in Gałęzów in 1771. He wrote many poems, epics and publications of a historiographic nature.

He is famous for such works as:

  • “Stefan Czarniecki”
  • ‘Żywot Staszica” (“Life of Staszic”)
  • “O życiu Tadeusza Kościuszki” (“About the life of Tadeusz Kościuszko”)
  • “Pamiętniki” (“Memoirs”)

For some time he lived in Krakow, and in this city the collection of his poems was published for the first time. He died in 1856 in Piotrowice.

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