A Survey of Polish Literature and Culture

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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

GENERAL BOOKS AND ARTICLES IN LANGUAGES OTHER THAN POLISH
Borowy Waclaw, "Polish Literature 1918-1933", Slavonic Review, Vol. XII ( 1933-34).
Brückner Aleksander. Polnische Literaturgeschichte. Leipzig, 1920.
Chlebowski Bronislaw. La Littérature polonaise au XIXe siècle, ed. M. Kridl. Paris, 1933.
Dobrzycki Stanislaw, "History of Polish Literature", in Polish Encyclopedia, Geneva, 1926, Vol. I.
Dyboski Roman. Modern Polish Literature. Oxford, 1924.
-- Periods of Polish Literary History. Oxford, 1923.
Kleiner Julius, "Die polnische Literatur", in Handbuch der Literaturwissenschaft, ed. Oscar Walzel, Wildpart-Potsdam, n.d.
Kallenbach Józef, "Les Humanistes polonais", in Index lectionum. . . of the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, 1891.
Kridl Manfred, "Polish Literature 1919-1939", in Poland, ed. R. J. Kerner, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1945.
Krzyżanowski Julian. Polish Romantic Literature. London-New York, 1930.
Maver Giovanni. Alle fonti del romanticismo polacco. Roma, 1929.
-- Carattere patriotico e tendenze universali della litteratura polacca. Roma, 1930.
Pollak Roman, Pagine di cultura e di litteratura polacca. Roma, n.d.
Scherer-Virski Olga. The Modern Polish Short Story. The Hague, 1955.

SPECIALIZED BOOKS IN LANGUAGES OTHER THAN POLISH
Backvis Claude. Le dramaturge Stanislas Wyspiański. Paris, 1952.
-- "Slowacki et l'héritage baroque", in Juliusz SŁowacki 1809- 1849. London, 1951.
Berga Augusta. Pierre Skarga. Paris, 1916.
Cazin Paul. Prince-Évèque de Varmie: Ignace Krasicki. Paris, 1940.
Herman Maxime. Stanislas Przybyszewski de 1868 à 1900. Lille, 1939.
Kallenbach Joseph. Sigismond Krasiński et Henry Reeve . . . Paris, 1929.
Koczorowski S. P. Adam Mickiewicz et la pensée française, 1830-1923. Paris, 1929.
Langlade Jacques. Jean Kochanowski. Paris, 1932.
Lednicki Waclaw. Henryk Sienkiewicz, 1846-1946. ("Polish Institute of Arts and >Sciences Series.) New York, 1948.
-- Jules Slowacki. Bruxelles, 1929.
-- Mickiewicz en Russie. Bruxelles, 1929.
Lorentowicz Jan. Ladislas Reymont. Warszawa, 1924.
Mickiewicz, Adam: Poet of Poland, a Symposium, ed. M. Kridl. New York, 1951.
Mickiewicz WŁadysŁaw. Adam Mickiewicz, sa vie et son oeuvre. Paris, 1888.
Pigoń StanisŁaw. La première partie des "Aieux" d'Adam Mickiewicz: sa genèse. Paris, 1928.
Rose William. Stanislas Konarski. London, 1929.
Rygier Marja. Stefano Zeromski. Roma, 1903.

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