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Mickiewicz

(Polish mitsˈkjɛvitʃ)
n
(Biography) Adam (ˈadam). 1798–1855, Polish poet, whose epic Thaddeus (1834) is regarded as a masterpiece of Polish literature
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Lukasz Kaczmarek, an astrobiologist at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, said that tardigrades could have easily survive the Beresheet's crash.
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Yet while it may be true that his lyric output cannot rival in quality the verses of the other two great Polish Romantics, Adam Mickiewicz and Juliusz S?owacki, Krasi?ski's dramatic muse gives no ground to any other.
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Henry de Lubac en su monografia <<La Posterioridad Espiritual de Joaquin de Fiore>> dedica un capitulo al <<Homero polaco>>, Adam Mickiewicz quizas el mas conocido exponente del <<mesianismo>> polaco en la Europa decimononica.
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Poland's most famous poet, Adam Mickiewicz, warned that freedom is not guaranteed unless every generation comes forward to defend freedom.
A joint effort between the Polish Consulate General in ystanbul and the bilingual Polish-English portal culture.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.
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."
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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