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Adam Mickiewicz

Polish poet, dramatist, and essayist who was simply an initial figure in Western european Romanticism. His politically important poetic works consist of Dziady, Grazyna, Skillet Tadeusz, and Konrad Wallenrod. He researched on the Imperial College or university of Vilnius. He released his initial poem, “Zima miejska,” in 1818. He, along with Juliusz Slowacki and Zygmunt Krasinski, was regarded among Poland’s ‘Three Bards.’ Given birth to into Polish nobility, he was the boy of Mikolaj and Barbara Mickiewicz. His wife Celina passed away in 1852. Broadly regarded as the best poet in the annals of Polish books, he continues to be known as a Polish William Shakespeare.

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