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Sienkiewicz Henryk

Sienkiewicz Henryk(18461916)

novelist and short-story writer. The best-known of Sienkiewiczs vivid historical novels is Quo Vadis? (1896, tr. 1896), concerning Christianity in the time of Nero. He glorified the Polish struggle for national existence in the popular trilogy With Fire and Sword (1883, tr. 1890), The Deluge (1886, tr. 1891), and Pan Michael (188788, tr. 1893). Yanko the Musician (1879, tr. 1893) is a collection of his short stories. He described his journey through the United States in a collection of letters, Portrait of America (tr. 1959). Sienkiewicz was awarded the 1905 Nobel Prize in Literature. His works brought him enormous international acclaim.

Guinea Bissau, 2009, Henrik Sienkiewicz

Paraguay, 1977, Henryk Sienkiewich

Paraguay, 1977, Medal of Nobel prize of Literature

Poland, 1928, Henrik Sienkiewicz

Poland, 1952, Henrik Sienkiewicz

Poland, 1966, Henrik Sienkiewicz

Poland, 1982, Henrik Sienkiewicz

Poland, 1992, Henrik Sienkiewicz

Poland, 1998, Museum of Sienkewicz

Poland, 1999, Jan Skrzetuski

Poland, 1999, Onufry Zagloba

Poland, 1999, Longrinus Podbiepeta

Poland, 1999, Bohun

Poland, 1999, Andrzej Kmicic

Poland, 1999, Jerzy Wolodyjowski and Basia Jeriorkowska

Poland, 2001, Scenes from the film Quo Vadis

Poland, 2005, Girl and Elephant

St. Vincent, 1995, Henrik Sienkiewisz

Sweden, 1965, Robert Koch and Henrik Sienkiewicz

Poland, 1966.03.30, Warsaw. Henryk Sienkiewicz

Poland, 1999.04.06, Warsaw. Trilogy of Sienkiewicz

Poland, 2001.09.01, Warsaw. Quo Vadis

Poland, 1928, Henrik Sienkiewicz

Poland, 1938, Henrik Sienkiewicz

Poland, 1948, Henrik Sienkiewicz

Poland, 1980, Henrik Sienkiewicz

Poland, 1996, Henryk Sienkiewicz

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