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Stefan Witwicki (1801–1847)

Witwicki, Stefan (vit’vits-ki). A Polish poet, novelist, and dramatist born at Krzemienietz; died at Rome, 1847. After the revolution of 1831 he resided in France. Among his works were: ‘Polish Altar’ (with Mickiewicz and B. Zalecoski); ‘Towianskism,’ a famous book in defense of Catholicism, ‘Ballads and Romances’ (1824); ‘Edmund’ (1829); ‘Idyllic Poems’ (1830); ‘Soirées of a Pilgrim’ (1837–42); the drama ‘A Spoilt Revenge’ (1835); etc.