Ogniem i mieczem. EnglishHenryk Sienkiewicz / History & Fiction
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WITH FIRE AND SWORD.
THE WORKS OF HENRYK SIENKIEWICZ.
TRANSLATED BY JEREMIAH CURTIN.
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Hania, 1 vol. Yanko the Musician, and Other Stories, 1 vol. Lillian Morris, and Other Stories, 1 vol.
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Poland, Turkey, Russia, and Sweden.
With Fire And Sword, 1 vol. The Deluge. 2 vols. Pan Michael. 1 vol.
ROME IN THE TIME OF NERO.
QUO VADIS. 1 vol.
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Novels of Modern Poland.
Children of the Soil. 1 vol. Without Dogma. 1 vol.
Henryk Sienkiewicz and his Children.]Copyright, 1898, by Little, Brown, and Company.
FIRE AND SWORD.
An Historical Novel
POLAND AND RUSSIA.
_AUTHORIZED AND UNABRIDGED TRANSLATION FROM THE POLISH BY_
LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY.
_Copyright, 1890, 1898_,
By Jeremiah Curtin.
_All rights reserved_.
University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge, U.S.A.
PROF. JOHN FISKE,
MY CLASSMATE AND FRIEND, MY FELLOW-TRAVELLER IN BOTH HEMISPHERES, THE LUMINOUS HISTORIAN OF DECISIVE PERIODS IN AMERICA,
IS DEDICATED THIS VOLUME CONCERNING A MOMENTOUS CONFLICT IN EUROPE.
Washington, D.C., April 7, 1890.
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
Henryk Sienkiewicz and his Children. From a photograph.
Map of the Polish Commonwealth.
The falcon began to draw the hands together. Drawn by J. Wagrez.
Vladislav IV., King of Poland. From an engraving by Moncornet.
He raised his eyes and began to pray aloud. Drawn by J. Wagrez.
Bogdan Hmelnitski. From an old engraving.
The little knight, having discovered the whole power of his opponent, pushed on him briskly. Drawn by Evert Van Muyden.
Yerzy Ossolinski, Chancellor of Poland. From an engraving by Moncornet.
Before them stood a kind of frightful-looking man, or rather an apparition. Drawn by Evert Van Muyden.
Map of the Polish Commonwealth.]