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Mickiewicz

(Polish mitsˈkjɛvitʃ)
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(Biography) Adam (ˈadam). 1798–1855, Polish poet, whose epic Thaddeus (1834) is regarded as a masterpiece of Polish literature
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His English translation of Forefathers' Eve by Adam Mickiewicz was published by Glagoslav in 2016.
The Adam Mickiewicz Institute is responsible for the program of foreign celebrations - the third priority.
Tracking of individual animals is crucial here " this is really great work," says zoologist Leszek Rychlik of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznaf1'[ETH], Poland.
The Wielkopolskie voivodeship where the Adam Mickiewicz University is located registered 61,705 crimes.
Makowski, Bonecki, and Nowak-Posadzy are faculty members of Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland.
Poland's most famous poet, Adam Mickiewicz, warned that freedom is not guaranteed unless every generation comes forward to defend freedom.
Tal vez, como era rebelde y admirador de la Revolucion francesa, este bardo hubiera simpatizado con las aspiraciones nacionalistas que fomento un grupo insigne de poetas del siglo XIX, cuyos versos fueron parte esencial de la busqueda de soberania en sus respectivos paises: Sandor Petofi en Hungria, Adam Mickiewicz en Polonia, Jose Marti en Cuba, Bonaventura Caries Aribau en Cataluna, Nguyen Dinh Chieu en Vietnam.
pl, operated by Poland's Adam Mickiewicz Institute, the concert will be one of the 16 performances of KoroFest, which will mark its fifth year from Sept.
Katarzyna Gan-Krzywoszynska, quien obtuvo su doctorado en filosofia en la Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Polonia.
When Polish writer Adam Mickiewicz needed a bar setting for his epic 1834 poem "Pan Tadeusz," he named his tavernkeeper "Yankel" and described a watering hole that embodied its Jewish owner: "From a distance the rickety old tavern looked / like a Jew rocking in prayer / the roof like a hat, the thatch spilling down like a beard / the sooty walls like a gabardine / in front, carvings protruding like tzitzit down his body.
Amongst them there were the most prominent representatives of Polish romanticism such as Adam Mickiewicz, Juliusz Slowacki, Zygmunt Krasinski, and Cyprian Kamil Norwid, to mention but a few poets, and, of course, Fryderyk Chopin whose talent outshone many of Polish musicians who were already active in Paris and who achieved a notably high position there due to their appearances, performances, and publications.
Selected from the 2011 iteration of the annual Literature in English Symposium at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poland, 11 papers respond to inspiration from British novelist, poet, and actress Pauline Melville and from Canadian magic realism.
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