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Kazimierz Brodzinski (1791–1835)

Brodzinski, Kazimierz (brod-zins’kē). A Polish poet; born at Krolovka, Galicia, March 8, 1791; died at Dresden, Oct. 10, 1835. In 1818 he lectured in Warsaw on Polish literature, and was afterward professor in the university. In his idyl ‘Wieslav’ (1820) the life of the Polish peasantry is beautifully idealized. His works were published in 1842 (10 vols.).