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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Henryk Sienkiewicz (1846–1916)

Sienkiewicz, Henryk (sē”en-kē’ā-vich). A very eminent Polish novelist; born at Vola Okrzejska, 1846; died on Nov. 15, 1916. His works comprise: ‘No Man Is a Prophet in his Own Country’ (1872); ‘Hania’; ‘Charcoal Sketches’; ‘Village Tales’; ‘Yanko the Musician’; ‘With Fire and Sword’ (1884); ‘The Deluge’ (1886); ‘Pan Michael’ (1888),—a grand trilogy of historical novels: ‘Without Dogma’ (1890); ‘Quo Vadis’ (1895), a historical novel of the time of Nero; ‘The Crusaders’; ‘Hanna’; ‘Comedy of Errors.’ (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).