Born into an impoverished noble family, Reymont was educated to become a master tailor , but instead worked as a gateman at a railway station and then as an actor in a troupe. His intensive travels and voyages encouraged him to publish short stories , with notions of literary realism. The aim of the novel was to extensively emphasize on the consequences of extreme industrialization and how it affects the society as a whole. In , Reymont was severely injured in a railway accident, which halted his writing career until when he published the first part of The Peasants. His work is widely attributed to the Young Poland movement, which featured decadence and literary impressionism. The change of surname from "Rejment" to "Reymont" was made by the author himself during his publishing debut, as it was supposed to protect him, in the Russian sector of partitioned Poland , from any potential trouble for having already published in Austrian Galicia a work not allowed under the Tsar's censorship.
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