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Julian Tuwim (September 13, 1894 – December 27, 1953) (the surname comes from the Hebrew " טובים ", " tovim", "good"), known also under the pseudonym "Oldlen" when writing song lyrics, was a Polish poet of Jewish descent, born in Łódź, Congress Poland (then part of the Russian Partition). He was educated in Łódź and in Warsaw where he studied law and philosophy at the Warsaw University. After Poland regained independence in 1919 Tuwim co- founded the Skamander group of experimental poets with Antoni Słonimski and Jarosław Iwaszkiewicz. He was a major figure in Polish literature. He was also admired for his contribution to children's literature. Julian Tuwim was awarded with a prestigious Golden Laurel of the Polish Academy of Literature in 1935.
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Czyhanie na Boga (Lurking for God, 1918) Sokrates tańczący (Dancing Socrates, 1920) Siódma jesień (The Seventh Autumn, 1921) Wierszy tom czwarty (1923) *Murzynek Bambo (1923,1924) Czary i czarty polskie (Sorcery and Deuces of Poland, 1924) Wypisy czarnoksięskie (The Reader of Sorcery, 1924) A to pan zna? (And do you know it?, 1925) Czarna msza (1925) Tysiąc dziwów prawdziwych (1925) Słowa we krwi (1926) Tajemnice amuletów i talizmanów (1926) Strofy o późnym lecie Rzecz czarnoleska (1929) Jeździec miedziany (1932) Biblia cygańska i inne wiersze (1932) Jarmark rymów (1934) Polski słownik pijacki i antologia bachiczna (1935) Treść gorejąca (1936) Bal w Operze (1936, published 1946) Kwiaty polskie (1940–1946, published 1949) Pegaz dęba, czyli panoptikum poetyckie (1950) Piórem i piórkiem (1951)