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Writing was his life. First, at the National Academy of Dramatic Art, he studied acting. Later, history at Warsaw University before eventually graduating in in Polish language studies. He started his literary career as a columnist, writing short, ironic texts which were published in the newly established weekly newspaper Kultura. This led to wide recognition as an insightful and sarcastic observer of Polish everyday life.
Cold War screenwriter Janusz Głowacki used absurdity to show humour in tragedy