The Faithful River

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The Faithful River was a 1912 novel written in Paris by Polish writer Stefan Żeromski. The novel is set in Poland during the January Uprising from 1863 to 1865 and chronicles the story of a wounded soldier who is nursed back to health by a young maiden in charge of the manor house of her absent owners. The novel focuses on personal stories, triumphs, and tribulations in times of war.

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  • Review at the Polish Library in Washington