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Cafe “Pod Minogą”

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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Stefan Wiechecki Wiech. He is most fondly remembered for his humorous feuilletons, which chronicled the everyday life of Warsaw and cultivated the Warsaw dialect.


mimog Stefan Wiechecki was born August 10, In inter-war Poland he collaborated with numerous Warsaw-based newspapers, initially as a court reporter. During numerous trials he documented typical personalities of the poorer, less-kn a Polish writer and journalist.

During numerous trials he documented typical personalities of the poorer, less-known part of the city with its’ distinctive culture, language and customs.

With time he was given his own column in Express Wieczorny evening newspaper, where he published humorous sketches and feuilletons featuring personalities based on people taking part in trials he took part in. They gained much popularity and in late s Wiechecki opened a chocolate shop in the borough of Praga, which became his main source podd income.


During the Warsaw Uprising he was cut-off from his cwfe on the other side of the river, in the Old Town. There he collaborated with numerous newspapers published in the Polish-held part of town, notably the Powstaniec.

Sharing the fate of the rest of Warsaw’s civilians, Wiechecki was forced out of the city after the end of the uprising. However, he returned soon after the town was retaken from the Germans and resumed his duties as a journalist.


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Some of his humorous stories were published in book form, while others continued to be published by Warsaw-based newspapers. While criticised by linguists and polonists for filling the Polish language with trash, he was nevertheless considered a classic of the Warsaw dialect, ccafe that time suppressed by schools along with all other non-standard variations of the literary language. He died July 26, in Warsaw, where he is buried.

After one of the main pedestrian-only zones of downtown Warsaw was officially named the Wiech Passage in honour of Wiechecki.

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