Stefan Żeromski  

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.

Stefan Żeromski October 14, 1864 in Strawczyn - November 20, 1925 in Warsaw) was a Polish novelist and author of A Story of Sin.

Works

  • Approach of Spring (Przedwiośnie)
  • The Labors of Sisyphus (Syzyfowe prace) - about Tsarist efforts to Russify the Russian-occupied part of Poland, in the 19th and 20th centuries.
  • Ashes (Popioły, 19021903)
  • The Faithful River (Wierna rzeka, 1912)
  • Diary
  • Ravens and Crows Will Peck Us to Pieces (Rozdziobią nas kruki, wrony)
  • Homeless People (Ludzie bezdomni, 1899)
  • A Story of Sin (Dzieje grzechu)
  • Elegy for a Hetman (Duma o hetmanie)
  • Sułkowski
  • The Rose (Róża)
  • The Charm of Life (Uroda życia)
  • Struggles with Satan (Walka z szatanem)
  • Wind from the Sea (Wiatr od morza)
  • The Little Quail Ran Away From Me (Uciekła mi przepióreczka)

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