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Maria Konopnicka (born on May 23, 1842 in Suwałki - October 8, 1910 in Lwów) was a Polish poet, novelist, translator and essayist. She used a pseudonym for some of her writings, often Jan Sawa. One of the representative Positivist poets in Polish literature.
Konopnicka wrote many sensitive poetical works which project realism, freshness and spontaneity. In her writings, she touched upon many social issues besetting the society of her time and thus influenced the next generation of Polish poets and novelists. She is buried at the Łyczakowski in Lwów.
- Śpiewnik dla dzieci
- O Janku Wędrowniczku
- O krasnoludkach i sierotce Marysi
- Na jagody
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