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Henryk Sienkiewicz

A Polish author of historical fiction, he’s most widely known for With Open fire and Sword, The Deluge, and Sir Michael. He received the 1905 Nobel Reward in Books. He published his 1st (unpublished) book at age group nineteen. He analyzed medicine, legislation, and history in the Imperial University or college of Warsaw. He’s popular for his book, Quo Vadis, which is defined in Old Rome through the reign of Nero. He was raised with a sibling called Kazimierz and four sisters: Aniela, Helena, Zofia and Maria. He received the Nobel Reward in Literature 2 yrs before British poet Rudyard Kipling received the same honor.

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