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Zofia Romanowiczowa (born Zofia Górska) (born 18 October 1922 in Radom) is a Polish writer and translator.

During WWII she was a member of the Polish resistance (Armia Krajowa). Arrested by the Germans, she was imprisoned in the Ravensbrück concentration camp and Neu-Rohlau. After the war, she lived in Paris, actively supporting Polish cultural activities there. She was involved with the Kultura magazine and the Libella bookstore.

She received the Kościelski Award in 1964. In 1976 she signed the Letter of 59.

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