1822, Oct 151899, Dec 1
a Polish journalist, playwright, novelist, poet and translator. Originally hailing from Warsaw, from 1844 he resided in France. arly on, Chojecki participated in leftist intellectual and political movements and edited Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz's political weekly magazine La Tribune des Peuples (The Peoples' Tribune). In time he entered elite Parisian learned and literary circles, became secretary to Emperor Napoleon III, and co-founded the Paris daily Le Temps, predecessor to Le Monde. Chojecki wrote a notable Polish-language novel, Alkhadar (1854) and translated into Polish (1847) Jan Potocki's celebrated novel, The Saragossa Manuscript.
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