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Quo Vadis

novel of Rome under Nero, describing the imprisonment, crucifixion, and burning of Christians. [Pol. Lit.: Magill I, 797]
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Quo Vadis? Historical novel by HENRYK SIENKIEWICZ, published in Polish under its Latin title in 1896.