A Survey of Polish Literature and Culture

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INDEX OF NAMES
Abraham, Jan, 398
Adalberg, S., 400
Adelaida, duchess, 10
Albert of Brandenbrug, 39, 51
Aleksander, king, 39, 89
Alexander I, tsar, 194, 197, 199-200, 292
Alexandreide,29
Anczyc, Ludwik, 396
Ariosto, 154
Askenazy, Szymon, 398
Asnyk, Adam, 390-91, 393, 403, 411
August II, king, 123
August III, king, 123, 188
Bacciarelli, Marcello, 189
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 188
Balicki, Zygmunt, 358
Balucki, Michal, 395
Balzer, Oswald, 398
Batory, Stefan, king, 40, 41, 67, 81, 86, 89, 93, 194; and humanism, 47
Błcu, August, 194, 268, 271
Bekwark, Walenty (Greff-Bakfark), 91
Bem, Józef, general, 247, 307
Benni, Tytus, 506
Berent, Wacław, 447-50, 494
Berga, Auguste, 83, 84
Bernatowicz, Feliks, 212
Berwifiski, Ryszard, 329
Biblja Królowej Zoffi ( Queen Sophie Bible), 28
Bielowski, August, 244, 292
Biernat of Lublin, 53
Birkowski, Fabjan, 117
Blizifiski, Józef, 395
Bobrzyfiski, Michał, 397
Bogurodzica dziewica (Mother of God and Virgin), 14-15, 30
Bogusławski, Wojciech, 165, 189, 204
Boguszewska, Helena, 498
Boguszewski, Krzysztof, 122
Bohomolec, Franciszek, 165-66
Bohusz, Marjan ( J. K. Potocki), 358
Boileau -- Despréaux, Nicolas, 154, 156, 162, 172
Bojanus, Ludwik Henryk, 194
Bojko, Jakób, 351
Bolesław the Bold, king, 13, 14, 17, 31, 450, 451, 470
Bolesław the Brave, king, 13, 17
Bolesław the Wry-mouthed, king, 13, 17
Borbone, Pedro, 122
Borowski, Wacław, 508
Borowy, Wacław, 160, 506
Borzymowski, Wojciech, 122
Boy-Zelefiski, Tadeusz, 493-95, 506
Branicka, Eliza, 294
Brodzifiski, Kazimierz, 209-11
Broniewski, Władysław, 490-91
Brożek, Jan, 98
Bruchnalski, Wilhelm, 400
Brückner, Aleksander, 16, 18, 41, 48, 99, 399-400, 480
Brzozowski, Karol, 329, 417
Brzozowski, Stanisław, 466-67, 506
Brzozowski-Korab, Stanisław, 417
Buonacorsi, Philip (Kallimach), 45, 64
Budny, Szymon, 52
Burke, Edmund, 142
Camoens, Luis de, 308
Canaletto ( Bernardo Belotto), 189
Canute the Great, 10
Catherine, saint, 31
Catherine II, tsarina, 133, 134, 143, 160, 194
Celtes, 25, 45
Charles XII, king of Sweden, 123
Chelmołski, Józef, 402
Chesterton, G. K., 497
Chłapowski, Dezydery, 246
Chlebowski, Bronisław, 399, 400
Chmielnicki, Bohdan, 93-94
Chmielowski, Benedykt, 126

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