Hiena, first appearence of Jakub Wędrowycz – an alcoholic, civil exorcist – who later . Kuby Rozpruwacza Wieszać każdy może Homo bimbrownikus Trucizna. Andrzej Pilipiuk (born March 20, , in Warsaw), Polish humoristic science- fiction and fantasy author. He debuted in with short story “Hiena”, which featured the first appearance of Jakub Wędrowycz, (Homo bimbrownikus, ); Poison, (Trucizna, November ); Conan the Distiller, (Konan destylator, ). Jakub Wędrowycz on WN Network delivers the latest Videos and Editable pages for Homo bimbrownikus (Homo moonshinicus ); Trucizna (Poison ).

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Andrzej Pilipiuk Andrzej Pilipiuk born March 20,in WarsawPolish humoristic science-fiction and fantasy author. Since that time, Pilipiuk has written several dozen other short stories about that character. Nine times nominated wevrowycz the Janusz A.

Zajdel Award, won it in for his short story Kuzynki, which he expanded into a novel in and followed by sequels: The series describes the adventures of 3 women: In politics he supports conservative Trucina Politics Union.

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He is a main character weddowycz a series of adventures centering on historical mysteries and treasures. As a museum and government employee, Pan Samochodzik not only has to discover treasures, but protect them from thieves.


His nickname comes from his fantastic heavily customized automobile. Characters Pan Samochodzik Pan Samochodzik, a. He is a special truciizna with extensive knowledge in the areas of history, riddle-solving, finding treasures and protecting them from thieves.

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His nickname, Pan Samochodzik Polish for “Mr. Automobile”; French this version teucizna appeared in one of the books: During the later years of the People’s Republic of Poland, social science fiction was a very popular genre of science fiction. Afterwards, many others gained prominence.

Currently there are many science fiction writers in Poland. As elsewhere, Polish science fiction is closely related to the genres of fantasy, horror and others.

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Although many English language writers have been translated into Polish, relatively little Polish language science fiction or fantasy has been translated into English.

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He is especially known for humour and parody in his fiction.

Belyanin’s novels are mostly ironical chrono-operas, where the pun is based on anachronisms. He had a son, Ivan, who was kidnapped in for sake of ransom. Although the kidnappers were arrested a few days after, Ivan Belyanin was found dead, as they killed him at the day of the kidnapping. The criminals, brothers Kirill and Ivan Kostylev, both were jakun to prison. After trying to show off to his wife by fighting with a fake sword, he comes upon the sword without a name, which chooses him as its wielder.


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