Sergiusz Piasecki

Piasecki (before 1939) Sergiusz Piasecki (; 1901 in Lachowicze near Baranowicze – 1964 in Penley) - was one of the best known Polish language writers of the mid 20th century. His crowning achievement, '''' (''Lover of the Ursa Major'' or ''Lover of the Greater Bear'') published in 1937, was the third most popular novel in the Second Polish Republic. Following World War II, Piasecki's books were banned by communist censorship in the People's Republic of Poland.

After the collapse of the Soviet empire, in early 1990s, ''Kochanek Wielkiej Niedźwiedzicy'' became again one of the best selling books in the country according to ''Rzeczpospolita'' daily. Another one of his novels, an anti-Soviet satire '''' (''The Memoirs of a Red Army Officer''), had already been reprinted several times. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Piasecki, Sergiusz
Published 1992
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