Pawel Huelle

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Pawel Huelle is a novelist, playwright and newspaper columnist. His novels David Weiser, Mercedes-Benz, Castorp and The Last Supper have been translated into many languages.

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2010

Sunday, 7 March 2010

Pawel Huelle has a cult following both in Poland and internationally. A novelist, playwright and newspaper columnist, he worked for Solidarity, was a university lecturer in philosophy and head of Gdansk’s local television channel.

He spoke to Maureen Freely about his life and work, including the novel that launched his career, Who Was David Weiser?, the story of an enigmatic Jewish boy set in Huelle’s native city of Gdansk.

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