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Krzyżanowski, Jerzy Roman, 1922-2017

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Personal name headingKrzyżanowski, Jerzy Roman, 1922-2017
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Variant(s)Szpic, 1922-2017
Krzyżanowski, Jerzy Ryszard
Birth date1922-12-10
Death date2017-10-07
Field of activitySlavic literature
AffiliationOhio State University. Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures
Found inErnest Hemingway, 1963: title page (Jerzy R. Krzyżanowski)
nuc87-109345: His Turgenev, Tolstoy, and William Dean Howells, 1965 (hdg. on CLSU rept.: Krzyzanowski, Jerzy Roman, 1922- ; usage: Jerzy Roman Krzyzanowski)
U Szarugi, 1995: t.p. (Jerzy R. Krzyżanowski "Szpic")
NewsNet, Jan. 2018: p. 27 (Jerzy R. Krzyzanowski; b. Lublin 1922; d. Oct. 7, 2017)
Wikipedia (Polish), 12 March 2018 (Jerzy Roman Krzyż̇anowski, pseudonym "Szpic" (b. 10th December 1922 in Lublin, d. 7th October 2017 in Columbus (Ohio, USA) - literary scholar, author, publicist. Publications include: Ernest Hemingway, 1963 ; Generał. Opowieść o Leopoldzie Okulickim, 1980 ; Katyń w literaturze, 1995 ; Ariadne, 1998 ; Afrodyte, 1999 ; Widziane z Ameryki, 2009)
Ohio State University Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures WWW site, 10 March 2018 (the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures at the Ohio State University announces the death on October 7, 2017 of our emeritus professor Jerzy R. Krzyzanowski. He spent the bulk of his career in Columbus, Ohio, where he influenced generations of students, teaching both Polish and Russian)
His Generał, opowieść o Leopoldzie Okulickim, 1980: verso t.p. (J.R. Krzyżanowski)
Katyń w literaturze, 2002: t.p. (Jerzy R. Krzyżanowski) p. 422 (b. 1922)
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