Rostwordowski Karol Hubert

Playwright, poet and political activist, born in 1877 and died in 1938 in Krakow. A member of the National League in 1926 to 33 belonged to the Great Poland Camp, from 1933 to the People’s Party and elected on his behalf to the City Council in Krakow. He was active in the Polish Writers’ Union, two-time president of the Polish Intelligentsia Union in the Society for the Defense of Eastern Lands, from 1933 a member of the Polish Academy of Literature, from which in 1937 he left in solidarity with Archbishop Sapieha in the conflict over the laying of J. Piłsudski’s body to Wawel. He published reviews and articles in “Głos Narodu”. He made his debut in poetry with a volume of poems “Tandeta”. He gained literary fame mainly thanks to the drama “Judas of Karioth”, “Kajus Caesar Caligula”, “Mercy” and others. In 1932, laureate of the State Award, married Róża nee Popielów, buried in the cemetery in Salwator.

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