Adam Mickiewicz (Q79822)

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Polish national poet, dramatist, essayist, publicist, translator, professor of Slavic literature, and political activist
  • Adam Bernard Mickiewicz
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Adam Mickiewicz
Polish national poet, dramatist, essayist, publicist, translator, professor of Slavic literature, and political activist
  • Adam Bernard Mickiewicz

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4 July 1890Gregorian
50°3'16.6"N, 19°56'7.4"E
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Мицкевич Адам (Russian)
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24 December 1798Gregorian
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Adam Mickiewicz was born on Christmas Eve in Nowogródek (or perhaps in Zaosie, a village near that town), in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. (English)
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He married a young girl whom he had known in Moscow as a teen-ager, Celina Szymanowski, brought up several children in that far from happy marriage, taught Latin literature with success at the College of Lausanne, and held the first chair of Slavic literatures at the Collège de France in Paris during the years 1840-1844. (English)
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November 1824Gregorian
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In November 1824 he arrived in St. Petersburg; and thus began what, for the Polish poet, proved to be a triumphant exile. (English)
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mit͡sˈkʲɛvit͡ʂ
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