|The Trilogy character|
|First appearance||The Deluge|
|Last appearance||Fire in the Steppe|
|Created by||Henryk Sienkiewicz|
|Portrayed by||Daniel Olbrychski|
Andrzej Kmicic is best known as a fictional character created by Henryk Sienkiewicz featured in the novel The Deluge. He is a typical szlachcic (Polish-Lithuanian noble) from the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; unruly yet patriotic. During the course of the books, he transforms from a villain to a hero.
The 1991–92 Copernicus Society translation by W.S. Kuniczak calls the character Andrei Kmita, rather than Andrzej Kmicic.
- Sienkiewicz, Henryk (1992). Fire in the Steppe. Trans. W. S. Kuniczak. New York: Copernicus Society of America / Hippocrene Books. pp. 21, 25. ISBN 0-7818-0025-0.
- Adam Gillon, "Some Polish Literary Motifs in the Works of Joseph Conrad", The Slavic and East European Journal, Vol. 10, No. 4 (Winter, 1966), pp. 427-428.
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