|Died||January 11, 1915 (aged 90)|
|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.
- Wasyl Hołub
- Handzia Zahornicka
- Historia o pra-pra-prawnuku
- Hryhor Serdeczny
- Szandor Kowacz
- Ci i tamci
- Narzeczona Harambaszy
- Niezaradni (1884)
- Ofiary 1874
- W zaraniu
- Dersław Z Rytwian
- Za króla Olbrachta
- Pamiętniki starającego się
- Od kolebki przez życie
- Nad rzekami Babilonu
- Rycerz chrześcijański 1889, A novel about Skanderbeg
- 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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