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Ignacy
Karpowicz

Ignacy Karpowicz is a Polish writer and translator. His fifth work, Balladyny i romanse, won him the Polityka Passport Prize in 2010. He was previously nominated for this award for his debut novel, Niehalo (2006), and has since been nominated for the Nike Literary Award for Gesty (2009), Balladyny I romanse (2011), osci (2013), and Sonka (2015).

Ignacy Karpowicz is a Polish writer and translator. His fifth work, Balladyny i romanse, won him the Polityka Passport Prize in 2010. He was previously nominated for this award for his debut novel, Niehalo (2006), and has since been nominated for the Nike Literary Award for Gesty (2009), Balladyny I romanse (2011), osci (2013), and Sonka (2015).

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