Come on, are Tuwim, Leśmian and Brzechwa known globally? ;))
Yes, their poems have been translated in to several languages. They have already been put in the Hall of Fame and will be known as major contributors to culture till the end of this fekking world.
Who translated Morozowski and other guys and after how many years will they be still remembered? :):)
Come on, girls, don`t tell me you don`t realise such basic things. :):):) I am really short of time as winter holidays have finished. :):):):)
zetigrek: But the thread is what do Poles owe to Jews not what do world owe to Polish Jews.
OK, so what do all/most Poles owe to Kazimiera Szczuka, can you tell me? ?????? :):):):) And some other guys whose names I cannot recall without checking your posts but I don`t have time for it. I only remember Wildstein but can we say that most Poles owe sth to him? Come on.......
Simply speaking, I strive to present people who are generally acknowledged as valuable contributors for Poland and Poles. When Morozowski wins Pulitzer Prize, I will write about him. Currently, he is just one of many and his disappearance won`t make a big loss to Polish culture.
I just think it is deeply unfair to put Julian Tuwim and a Morozowski in one thread.