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Christopher Kasparek (born 1945) is a "Scottish-born writer of "Polish descent who has translated works by numerous authors, including "Ignacy Krasicki, "Bolesław Prus, "Florian Znaniecki, "Władysław Tatarkiewicz, "Marian Rejewski, and "Władysław Kozaczuk, as well as the "Polish-Lithuanian "Constitution of May 3, 1791.

He has published papers on "Enigma decryption; "Bolesław Prus and his novel "Pharaoh; the theory and practice of "translation; "logology (science of science); and "multiple independent discovery.

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Life[edit]

Born in "Edinburgh, "Scotland, to "Józef and Stanisława Kasparek, "Polish Armed Forces veterans of "World War II, Kasparek lived several years in "London, "England, before moving with his family in 1951 to the "United States.

In 1966 he graduated from the "University of California, Berkeley, where he had studied "Polish literature with the future (1980) "Nobel laureate "Czesław Miłosz.

In 1978 Kasparek received an "M.D. degree from "Warsaw Medical School, in "Poland. For 33 years, 1983–2016, he practiced "psychiatry in California.

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Kasparek has translated works by historian of philosophy Władysław Tatarkiewicz ("The Concept of Poetry," 1975; On Perfection, 1979; A History of Six Ideas: an Essay in Aesthetics, 1980); military historian Władysław Kozaczuk (Enigma: How the German Machine Cipher Was Broken, and How It Was Read by the Allies in World War Two, 1984[1]); short-story writer and novelist Bolesław Prus (several stories, and Pharaoh, 2nd edition, 2001); and other Polish authors.

Kasparek's translation of the "Constitution of May 3, 1791 (published 1985 and republished in many venues), is available — augmented with his translation of the "Free Royal Cities Act — on Wikisource.

His translations of "verse include selected "Fables and Parables by Ignacy Krasicki.

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  1. ^ Enigma, edited, translated and augmented by Kasparek, has been described as "the Bible" on the Polish foundations of World War II "Enigma decryption by Zdzisław Jan Kapera in his "Appendix F" to Władysław Kozaczuk and Jerzy Straszak, Enigma: How the Poles Broke the Nazi Code, New York, Hippocrene Books, 2004, "ISBN "0-7818-0941-X, pp. 135–36.

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