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Henryk Sienkiewicz

Life: 1846-1916
Awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, 1905

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Bartek Sankari, [fi] 1889

The Deluge
An Historical Novel of Poland, Sweden, and Russia, [en] 1898

In Desert and Wilderness
(W pustyni i w puszczy), [en] 1912

The Knights of the Cross
or, Krzyzacy - a Historical Romance, [en] 1899

Life and Death
And Other Legends and Stories, [en] 1904

Quo Vadis
A Narrative of the Time of Nero, [en] 1896

Qvo vadis
Kertomus Neron ajoilta, [fi] 1921

Sielanka: An Idyll, [en] 1898

So Runs the World, [en] 1898

Tales by Polish Authors
Bartek the Conqueror -- Twilight -- Temptation -- Srul, from Lubartów -- In Autumn -- In Sacrifice to the Gods, [en] 1915

With Fire and Sword
An Historical Novel of Poland and Russia, [en] 1890

Without Dogma
A Novel of Modern Poland, [en] 1893

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