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Pan Tadeusz

Auhtor: Adam Mickiewicz

Language: english
Published: 1834

Genres:

fiction and literature,  poetry
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Review by Beth Cholette, July 2005


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'Pan Tadeusz':

... had been without shoe or stocking-on the fine dry sand, white as snow the print was clear but light you guessed that it was left in quick running ...
... the first man in Lithuania who wore French clothes. Everybody ran after him as after a buzzard18 they envied the house before the threshold of which ...
... field, and after him the pack of hounds. The rogue of a hare I Once he knew that the dogs were in a bunch, pst. he went to the right, with a somersault, ...
... their common kindred had once so styled them despite the difference of their years that later, during her long residence in the capital, she had ...
... the whole flower flies away like down on the wind, and in his hands the too curious inquirer sees only a naked stalk of grey-green grass. The Count ...
... the last fortunate warrior of the Jagiellos, and the last huntsman among the rulers of Lithuania. Trees of my Fatherland. if Heaven grants that ...
... had put the barriers too near together. They, to spite us, swore to shoot over the skin of the bear, sure death. almost barrel to barrel both were ...
... He might be fickle. Then, was he sincerely in love. Would he consent to marry. especially a woman some years older than he. and not rich. With these ...
... on the highway, at the cross-roads, where something unusual was going on. On the highway and in the byways since early dawn there had been unusual ...
... are in it I will join directly.' . Let him make the first move, said the Judge, let him come here, let him beg my pardon. At any rate I am ...
... taught my kids to sing just fine.. The eloquence of the universally beloved Jankiel touched the hearts of his hearers there arose cries and exclamations ...
... is certainly some love tiff. I noticed yesterday that you bit your lips while you looked from under your eyebrows at a certain little girl I saw ...
... writhes on the sand, and roared like a bear, for he had strong lungs. He roared: Treachery. At once the whole company awoke and answered in chorus: ...
... with all this chaos of water and dust, of straw, leaves, branches, and torn-up sod, the winds smote on the forest and roared through the depths of ...
... consequences of that crime, all my sufferings and transgressions. I have no right to accuse him, I am his slayer I have no right to accuse him, I ...
... was settled out of court. It is a good thing when the parties have maidens or widows to give in marriage then a compromise is always ready at hand. The ...
... the Chamberlain-Marshal took the place of honour, a velvet chair with ivory arms next him on the right sat General Dombrowski, and on the left ...
... this time wearied, met Thaddeus as she passed down the line and, fearing further change, and wishing to remain with him, she brought the dance to an ...
... the right to vote.-In English works on Poland the words szlachta and szlachcic have usually been rendered as nobility and noble in the present volume ...
... a quantity of panegyrics or complimentary verses in honour of great personages, with stale classical images, and strained, far-fetched metaphors, ...