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Adam Asnyk (1838–1897)

Asnyk, Adam (äs’nik). A Polish poet; born at Kalisz, Sept. 11, 1838; died at Kraków, Aug. 2, 1897. He wrote the historical tragedy ‘Kiejstut’ (1878), based on an incident in Lithuanian history; and the comedies ‘Job’s Friends’ (1879), ‘Lerche Brothers,’ and ‘Prize Comedy’ (1888). His ‘Poems’ appeared collected in 1888, 3 vols.