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Thu Oct 16 17:54:37 2014 UTClccn-n500245880.21Quo vadis0.410.93Na tropach bohaterów Trylogii24608122Henryk_Sienkiewiczn 50024588599947531213Guldenstern.Henrik, Senkjevič.Hsien-kʻo-wei-chih, 1846-1916L. [a]Litwos.Litwos 1846-1916Sânkevič, Genrij.Sânkvìč, Genryk.Scienkiewicz, Henryk, 1846-1916Sekevič, Genrik, 1846-1916Senkevič, G.Senkevič, Genrich 1846-1916Senkevič, Genrih.Senkevič, Genrik.Senkevìč, Genryk.Senkevič, Henrih.Senkevič, Henrik.Senkevich, G. 1846-1916Senkevich, G. (Genrikh), 1846-1916Senkevich, GenrikSenkevich, Genrik 1846-1916Senkevich, Genrikh 1846-1916Senkevič'i, Henrik.Senkevičs, Henriks.Senkevičs, Henriks, 1846-1916Senkevitj, Genrik, 1846-1916Senkewič, Henrik.Šenkewiṭš, Henrik 1846-1916Senkievič, H.Senkievič, Henrih.Sēnkʻiēvichʻ, H., 1846-1916Senkijevič, H.Senkjevičs, H.Senkjewitsch, Henrik.Senkyeviç, Hanrik, 1846-1916Senkyeviç, Henrik, 1846-1916Senqebiyṣ', H.Senqebiyṣ', Henriyq.Shenkyebitchi, Henryk 1846-1916Siȩkiewicz, Hendrich 1846-1916Sienckiewicz, Enrico.Sienkievicz, Enrico.Sienkievicz, Henryk.Sienkievicz, Henryk, 1846-1916Sienkiewick, Henrik.Sienkiewicz.Sienkiewicz, E. 1846-1916Sienkiewicz, Enric 1846-1916Sienkiewicz, Enrico.Sienkiewicz, Enrico 1846-1916Sienkiewicz, Enrique.Sienkiewicz, Enrique 1846-1916Sienkiewicz, H.Sienkiewicz, H. 1846-1916Sienkiewicz, Heinrich.Sienkiewicz, Heinrich 1846-1916Sienkiewicz, Heinrik 1846-1916Sienkiewicz, Henri.Sienkiewicz, Henri 1846-1916Sienkiewicz, Henric, 1846-1916Sienkiewicz, Henrick.Sienkiewicz, Henrijk, 1846-1916Sienkiewicz, HenrikSienkiewicz, Henrik 1846-1916Sienkiewicz, Henrique.Sienkiewicz, Henry.Sienkiewicz, Henry 1846-1916Sienkiewicz, HenrykSienkiewicz, Henryk Adam Aleksander Pius 1846-1916Sjenkewitsch, Henrik.Sjenkewitsch, I.Sjenkewitsch, Indrik.Sjenkjevič, Henrik.Sjenkjević, Henrik, 1846-1916Swenk'ibitchu.Xìang KèwĒi, Zhi Ze.Xiankeweigi, Heng.Xiankeweigi, Zhu.Xiankeweizhi.Xiankeweizhi, Henglike, 1846-1916Χένρικ Σιενκιέβιτς 1846-1916Сенкевич, Генрик 1846-1916Сенкевич, ГенрихСенкеуич, Генрик (1846-1916).Сјенкјевич, ХенрикХенрик Сенкевич 1846-1916סינקביץ', הנריקסיענקעוויטש, הענריקסנקביץ, הנריסנקביץ, הנריקסנקביץ, הנריק, 1916-1846סענקעוויטש, הענריקשנקביץ, הנריק, 1846-1916שענקעוויטש, הנריק, 1846-1916שענקעוויטש, הענריקשענקעװיטש, ה.שענקעװיטש, הענריקשענקעװיטש, הענריק, 1846-1916シェンキウィッチシェンキーウィツシェンキェーヴィチシェンキェヴィッチシエンキエヰチ显克微支, 亨利克, 1846-1916lccn-n50018558Curtin, Jeremiah1835-1906trllccn-n82122336Kuniczak, W. S.1930-2000trllccn-n81043211Krzyżanowski, Julian1892-1976auiedtnc-teutonic knightsTeutonic Knightslccn-n84020118Giergielewicz, Mieczysławlccn-n93050349Lipinski, Miroslawtrllccn-no2007028441Binion, Samuel Augustus1853-1914trllccn-n82222530Fiume, Salvatore1915-1997lccn-n81024468Bujnicki, Tadeuszedtlccn-n93050344Tyszkiewicz, AliciaSienkiewicz, Henryk1846-1916FictionHistoryDramaChristian fictionFilm adaptationsCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyHistorical fictionHistorical filmsPolandRome (Empire)Church history--Primitive and early churchSienkiewicz, Henryk,UkraineCossacksTeutonic KnightsNero,--Emperor of Rome,Man-woman relationshipsItaly--RomePersecutionGeneralsChristian womenUnited StatesTravelManners and customsCrusadesAfricaJohn--III Sobieski,--King of Poland,Motion picturesQuo vadis? (Sienkiewicz, Henryk)Short stories, PolishOgniem i mieczem (Sienkiewicz, Henryk)Potop (Sienkiewicz, Henryk)Pan Wołodyjowski (Sienkiewicz, Henryk)Modjeska, Helena,Polish fictionLiteratureFilm adaptationsFrontier and pioneer lifeWestern storiesUnited States, WestCossack-Polish War (1648-1657)Characters and characteristicsLiterature and historyMiddle East--PalestineCrucifixion of Jesus ChristJesus ChristNovelists, PolishCurtin, Jeremiah,Church historySwedish-Polish War (1655-1660)AdopteesPolish-Teutonic Knights' War (1409-1411)FriendshipTannenberg, Battle of (Poland : 1410)Historical fictionPersecution--Early churchHistorical fiction, PolishCanada18461916186518661872187618801881188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201443083274311884891.8536PG7158.S4ocn800043030ocn797336907ocn468135387ocn762774878ocn691333594ocn469309558ocn676378561ocn691647317ocn880977136ocn691938881ocn258083895ocn312599163ocn258076698ocn797242826ocn838615453ocn075319874ocn723706222ocn071917803ocn457841880ocn457841892ocn405500472ocn422346661ocn405500463ocn440285811ocn883800588ocn691200328ocn833750369ocn494422669ocn320055381ocn69202861580961327ocn017473283book18870.25Sienkiewicz, HenrykQuo VadisHistoryJuvenile worksComic books, strips, etcFictionMusical settingsChristian fictionHistorical fictionThe work of a master storyteller, Quo Vadis is a panoramic historical novel that has captivated readers for generations. "Sienkiewicz wrote Quo Vadis for the entire world and the world took it to its heart," commented James Michener. Now, a sparkling new translation restores the original glory and splendor missing from earlier English translations of this great tale. Set at a turning point in history (A.D. 54-68), as Christianity replaces the era of corruption and+-+7003110755196699ocn023014830book18900.30Sienkiewicz, HenrykWith fire and swordHistoryComic books, strips, etcFictionHistorical fiction of Hmyelnitzki's Cossack Revolt in Poland in 1640+-+099573575595373ocn005435164book18910.56Sienkiewicz, HenrykThe deluge. An historical novel of Poland, Sweden, and Russia. A sequel to "With fire and sword."HistoryFiction+-+667581430692876ocn001286414book18930.59Sienkiewicz, HenrykPan Michael : an historical novel of Poland, the Ukraine, and Turkey : a sequel to "With fire and sword" and "The deluge"HistoryFiction+-+22378143066714ocn027012961book19920.24Sienkiewicz, HenrykFire in the steppeHistoryFictionTold by a master storyteller who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1905, Fire in the Steppe concludes the stories of the Trilogy's fabulous heroines and heroes who live, love and die in these pages of Poland's most enduring epic. As in the first two books, it is a masterful blend of history and imagination in which the East and the West of their era confront each other in an all-out battle, and a handful of devoted men and women makes a heroic stand. Foremost among them is Pan Volodyovski, the Little Knight of The Deluge and With Fire and Sword, and the brave, loving Basia, who rides to war beside him and overcomes terrifying dangers of her own. The inimitable Pan Zagloba, one of literature's most successfully drawn comic anti-heroes, lives, drinks, orates, and flourishes beside them along with a new cast of hard-riding border knights, ruthless villains, and devoted soldiers+-+50755363256548ocn000477383book19590.53Sienkiewicz, HenrykPortrait of America; letters644358ocn012870120book19000.35Sienkiewicz, HenrykW pustyni i w puszczyCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionRoman632285ocn001846609book18870.53Sienkiewicz, HenrykPan WołodyjowskiHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionHistorical fictionZávěrečný svazek velké historické trilogie, kterou psal Sienkiewicz v letech 1881-1887 a v níž zobrazil boje Poláků s kozáky, Tatary, Švédy a Turky. Na rozdíl od předchozích svazků (Ohněm a mečem, Potopa) jsou v něm historické události spíš jen kulisou osobního příběhu oblíbeného hrdiny vždy nových čtenářských generací, nedostižného šermíře, vzoru muže, pana Wołodyjowského, jenž stejně statečně jako žil i umírá5905ocn024288556book19010.26Sienkiewicz, HenrykThe delugeHistoryFictionSurrounding himself with murderous libertines and wastrels, wild young Polish soldier Andrei Kmita is misled into treason. But his pure love for spirited Olenka (Aleksandra Billevich) eventually sets him on track and inspires his single-minded mission, the defense of his motherland. It's the middle of the 17th century, and the Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth is crushed in a vise of rebellion and bloody onslaughts by Swedes and Russians55414ocn028291575book19340.25Sienkiewicz, HenrykThe Teutonic KnightsHistoryFictionThe Teutonic Knights is an epic of medieval times and national destiny, ranking as one of the highest achievements from the pen of Henryk Sienkiewicz, the Nobel Prize winner for Literature in 1905+-+2889536325546212ocn007159820book18860.63Sienkiewicz, HenrykPotopHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFiction498199ocn007159775book18840.56Sienkiewicz, HenrykOgniem i mieczemHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFiction488214ocn001335320book19000.56Sienkiewicz, HenrykKrzyżacyHistoryFictionAn historical novel of Poland in the 15th century and its battle wi the Teutonic Knights46965ocn001879030book18970.63Sienkiewicz, HenrykThe knights of the CrossHistoryFictionPolitical fictionPolish nobleman, Zbyszko of Bogdaniec, earns the enmity of the powerful Teutonic Knights+-+576535784646245ocn000648421book19120.33Sienkiewicz, HenrykIn desert and wildernessJuvenile worksFictionThis thrilling adventure saga and coming-of-age tale sets two young children, Stas Tarkowski, fourteen, and Nelly Rawlinson, eight, within the reaches of Africa's desert storms, the ravages of hunger, and threatening jungles filled with vicious animals and warring tribes. Everything for the pair seemed comfortable and safe in Egypt+-+508753632539362ocn001426607book18960.70Sienkiewicz, HenrykHaniaFiction35036ocn001909405book18930.63Sienkiewicz, HenrykWithout dogma. A novel of modern PolandFiction+-+561053159633615ocn001516968book19060.63Sienkiewicz, HenrykOn the field of glory; an historical novel of the time of King John SobieskiHistoryFiction+-+K81484269627023ocn005837144book18960.77Sienkiewicz, HenrykLet us follow Him, and other storiesFiction+-+132385289625216ocn001597556book18950.70Sienkiewicz, HenrykChildren of the soil+-+30008143068415ocn000330023book19680.39Giergielewicz, MieczysławHenryk Sienkiewicz+-+33667052353242529ocn213375816book20090.84Scodel, RuthWhither Quo vadis?Film and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsWhither Quo Vadis? offers an engaging account of how the Roman world and its history are represented in film and the way in which the different adaptations reflect the shifting historical situations and ideological concerns of their own times.:.; Explores five surviving film adaptations - Guazzoni's of 1912; D'Annunzio/Jacoby of 1925; Mervyn LeRoy's of 1951; the Italian TV mini-series of 1985 by Franco Rossi; and Kawalerowicz's 2001 Polish version.; Examines how these different versions interpret, select from, and modify the novel and the ancient sources on which it is based.; Offers an except+-+80383605962512ocn023385898book19900.50Sienkiewicz, HenrykCharcoal sketches, and other talesFiction+-+96871619453242314ocn022165589visu19900.21LeRoy, MervynQuo vadisHistoryFictionDramaFilm adaptationsIn Nero's Rome, Christianity and empire collide when a field general falls for a devout slave+-+29082346962172ocn000041505book19600.84Lednicki, WacławHenryk Sienkiewicz: a retrospective synthesisCriticism, interpretation, etc1643ocn001904554book19640.70Coleman, Arthur PruddenWanderers twain; Modjeska and Sienkiewicz: a view from Cali- fornia1612ocn032200667book19950.70Sienkiewicz, HenrykThe little trilogyIn a new translation by Miroslaw Lipinski, The Little Trilogy contains everything readers have come to expect of the celebrated Sienkiewicz - charming and alluring characters, romance, heartbreak, action and adventure, humor and bravery. Set against the breathtaking panorama of the Polish countryside and the French wilderness, The Little Trilogy follows the volatile friendship between Selim Mirza, a Polonized Tartar, and Henryk, a character based on Sienkiewicz himself. These close friends share confidences and dreams, court the same beautiful girl, and ultimately fight side by side in the Franco-Prussian War in an army unit full of dangerous ruffians and bandits. At each turn there are the possibilities of glorious death or victorious life, eternal love or melancholic despair. On each page there is full evidence of Sienkiewicz's mastery at character delineation and exciting narrative+-+38475363251403ocn000287340book19260.47Gardner, Monica MThe patriot novelist of Poland, Henryk SienkiewiczCriticism, interpretation, etc1372ocn026130180book19910.70Krzyżanowski, Jerzy RomanThe Trilogy companion : a reader's guide to the Trilogy of Henryk SienkiewiczCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+86777052351202ocn000591035book19730.56Sienkiewicz, HenrykWestern septet: seven stories of the American WestFiction1131ocn053166653visu20030.28Ogniem i mieczem With fire and swordHistoryDramaHistorical filmsFilm adaptationsThe historical background is the 17th century. Poland was the largest, the most democratic, and the most tolerant country in Europe. However, the tragic civil war brought about the gradual decline of the once glorious republic10814ocn002551853book19580.86Nofer-Ładyka, AlinaHenryk SienkiewiczBiography1006ocn016762925book19660.88Krzyżanowski, JulianHenryka Sienkiewicza żywot i sprawaBiography956ocn001148089book19700.88Krzyżanowski, JulianTwórczość Henryka SienkiewiczaCriticism, interpretation, etc919ocn006105146book19610.86Majchrowski, StefanPan SienkiewiczFiction872ocn052420354visu20020.26Potop The delugeHistoryFictionDramaFilm adaptationsThe Swedish army's 17th century invasion of Poland is intertwined with the love story of Andrzej and Oleńka852ocn005794200book19760.77Sienkiewicz, HenrykSelected talesFiction777ocn001511187book19660.93Kosman, MarceliNa tropach bohaterów Trylogii766ocn003851555book19720.84Korniłowiczówna, MariaOnegdaj; opowieść o Henryku Sienkiewiczu i ludziach mu bliskichBiography755ocn002106918book19600.88Kulczycka-Saloni, JaninaHenryk SienkiewiczCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+5075536325+-+5075536325Thu Oct 16 16:07:13 EDT 2014batch188837