Adam Mickiewicz (24 December 1798 – 26 November 1855 / Zavosse, Nowogródek)
Adam Bernard Mickiewicz (Lithuanian: Adomas Bernardas Mickevicius) was a Polish (Polish-Lithuanian) poet, publisher and political writer of the Romantic period. One of the primary representatives of the Polish Romanticism era, a national poet of Poland, he is seen as one of Poland's Three Bards and the greatest poet in all of Polish literature. He is also considered one of the greatest Slavic language or European poets. He has been described as a Slavonic bard. He was a prominent creator of Romantic drama in Poland and has been compared both at home and in Western Europe to Byron and Goethe.
He is known primarily as the author of the poetic novel Dziady and national epic Pan ... more »
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- Chatyr Dah
- Mount Kikineis
- The Akkerman Steppe
- The Calm of the Sea
- The Castle Ruins at Balaklava
- The Crossing
- The Great Improvisation
- The Prisoner's Return
- The Romantic
- The Tempest
- Within Their Silent, Perfect Glass