Zygmunt Miłkowski

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Zygmunt Miłkowski
Zygmunt Miłkowski (Teodor Tomasz Jeż).PNG
Born (1824-03-23)March 23, 1824
Podolia Governorate, Russian Empire
Died January 11, 1915(1915-01-11) (aged 90)
Lausanne, Switzerland
Ethnicity Polish
Occupation romantic writer and politician
Known for his struggle for independence of Poland and leadership of Polish Union

Zygmunt Miłkowski, pseudonym Teodor Tomasz Jeż (March 23, 1824 Podolia Governorate, Russian Empire — January 11, 1915 Lausanne, Switzerland) was Polish romantic writer and politician who struggled for independence of Poland as leader of Polish Union (Polish: Liga Polska). He became a member of the Serbian Learned Society in 1869, the society which preceded the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.[1]

Selected works[edit]

  • Wasyl Hołub
  • Handzia Zahornicka
  • Historia o pra-pra-prawnuku
  • Hryhor Serdeczny
  • Szandor Kowacz
  • Ci i tamci
  • Asan
  • Uskoki
  • Narzeczona Harambaszy
  • Niezaradni (1884)
  • Ofiary 1874
  • Dahijszczyzna
  • Rotułowicze
  • W zaraniu
  • Dersław Z Rytwian
  • Za króla Olbrachta
  • Nauczycielka
  • Emancypowana
  • Pamiętniki starającego się
  • Od kolebki przez życie
  • Nad rzekami Babilonu
  • Rycerz chrześcijański 1889, A novel about Skanderbeg

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bunjak, Petar. "Project Rastko - Poland E-library of Polish-Serbian Cultural Ties". "Godine 1869. Zigmunt Milkovski (T. T. Jež) izabran je za inostranog člana Srpskog učenog društva." 

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