Miecyslaw Smolarski (1888-1967) received popularity as a Polish poet and book writer. He especially enjoyed publications focused on the Utopian or science fiction genres. He received significant motivation from Stefan Grabiński and Antoni Lange. Smolarski also expressed his challenging world war experiences and emotions in his poetry publications. He studied law at Jagiellonian University but after a few months changed his studies to incorporate art history, philosophy and history of literature. Smolarski lived in Paris for one year during 1912 and returned to Poland in 1914.
He accepted a position at Czartoryski Museum in Kraków and became a middle school teacher in Zakopane. During 1918 he moved to Warsaw. He accepted the deputy head position at the Bureau for the Council of State Kingdom of Poland. Some of his popular books include Miasto światłości or City of Light (1924) and Podróż poślubna pana Hamiltona (The Honeymoon Trip of Mr. Hamilton (1928).
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