|Born|| 11 April 1949 |
Stefan Chwin (given birth to 11 Apr 1949 in Gdańsk) is a Polish novelist, literary critic, and historian of books whose lifestyle and literary function is closely associated with his hometown. He retains a post of Books Professor on the School of Gdansk, his professional passions are centered on romanticism. One of the most well-known novel by Stefan Chwin is entitled Hanemann (1995). It’s been translated into German, Swedish, Spanish and British; the plot from the novel is defined in Gdańsk in the wake of Globe War II. In 1997 he received the “Erich Brost Danzig Award” for his merits on Polish-German reconciliation.