He had already been writing for various publications of a socialist nature under the pseudonyms of J. Barzdyla, as well as others. After one semester at the business school, he decided to enroll at the University of Leipzig where he began his formal studies of literature with an emphasis on literary composition. By , it became clear that he was suffering from tuberculosis , and the disease had done considerable damage to his health. Within a year the disease had progressed to the stage where he had to abandon his studies, and he was admitted into a tuberculosis sanatorium , in Zakopane in Poland. The first spans the years , and the second,
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