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Reymont Wladyslaw Stanislaw

Reymont Wladyslaw Stanislaw (1867–1925)

Polish short-story writer and novelist. Reymont’s poverty-stricken farm childhood and his early manhood as a touring actor and worker in the provinces provided rich material for his writings. Among his major works are The Comedienne (1896, tr. 1920), a story of a wandering theatrical troupe; The Promised Land (1899, tr. 1927), a novel attacking modern industrial society; and The Peasants (4 vol., 1902–9; tr. 1924–25), the great prose epic of Polish village life. Reymont was awarded the 1924 Nobel Prize in Literature.

Paraguay, 1977, Medal of Nobel prize of Literature

Poland, 1967, Wladislaw Stanislaw Reymont

Poland, 1982, Wladislaw Stanislaw Reymont

St. Vincent, 1995, Wladislaw Reymont

Poland, 1967.12.01, Warsaw. Wladislaw Reymont

Poland, 1938, Wladyslaw Stanislaw Reymont

Poland, 1948, Wladyslaw Stanislaw Reymont


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