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Adolf Dygasinski (1839–1902)

Dygasinski, Adolf (di-gäs-in’skē). A Polish story-writer; born in the Russo-Polish government of Kjebzy in 1839; died in 1902. His stories are remarkable for charming descriptions of scenery; among them: ‘On the Manor’; ‘From Village, Field, and Forest’ (1887); ‘From City and Country’ (1889). He translated works by Max Müller, Tyndall, Mill, and others.