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The earlier poets belong to a poetic tradition stretching back, most famously, to Adam Mickiewicz, who compared his country's eminently lamentable fate to that of the Lord's Passion: Poland's re-emergence out of total dismemberment (completed in 1793--maintained until 1918) at the hands of Russia, Prussia, and the Austro-Hungarian Empire would be for Europe what Christ's rise from the dead was for a Christian mankind.
The author erroneously attributes the quotation on page 63: it was Adam Mickiewicz, not Juliusz Slowacki, who wrote that Chopin was wasting his talent by catering to aristocratic taste, rather than sowing rebellion with his music (as testified by Mickiewicz's son in his Pamietniki [Memoirs]).
People from the kresy are often characterized as being both hospitable and mystical, and many of Poland's major writers, including the Romantic poet Adam Mickiewicz and the Nobel laureate Czeslaw Milosz, come from the kresy, as, of course, did Konwicki himself.
Exile has been the heritage shared by many of the most creative and influential representatives of Polish culture, the composer and pianist Frederic Chopin (1810-1849), and the national bards Adam Mickiewicz (1798-1855), Juliusz Slowacki (1809-1849) and Cyprian Norwid (1821-1883) in the nineteenth century and such notable writers in the twentieth century as Witold Gombrowicz, Slawomir Mrozek, Alexander Wat, and Czeslaw Milosz.
And yet there's a different, silent, and invisible company that doesn't need any special building to be permanently present in our lives (well, a good library is a useful thing)--the dead poets' society: Homer and Sappho, Virgil and Keats, Emily Dickinson and Adam Mickiewicz, Antonio Machado and Anna Swir.
To make way for Wordsworth himself, as well as for Adam Mickiewicz and Anton Delvig, Pushkin omits the names of Tasso, Spenser, and Milton.
The 1998 production is about Polish history based on an epic poem by Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz.
The great romantic poet Adam Mickiewicz studied there.
Business Administration, School of Law and Administration, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan; Business Studies, Catholic University, Lublin; and the Department of Organization and Management, University of Lodz.
The lab is located in the newly constructed Poznan Science and Technology Park run by The Foundation of Adam Mickiewicz University.

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