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Casimir Zalewski (b. 1848)

Zalewski, Casimir (zä-lev’ski). A Polish dramatist and journalist; born at Plock, 1848. He abandoned law for literature; founded the journal Wiek (1865). Among his successful dramas are: ‘Dowerless’ (1868); ‘As the World Moves’ (1873); ‘Before the Wedding’ (1876); ‘Poor Seed’ (1877); the tragedies ‘Marco Foscarini’ (1878); ‘Article 264’; etc.