Baudouin de Courtenay Romuald Romualdovna (Baudouin de Courtenay)( Writer)
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Biography Baudouin de Courtenay Romuald Romualdovna (Baudouin de Courtenay)
Born in 1857. Among the first came in 1878. on Bestuzhevskie courses on historical and philological department. After graduating from the course, married a professor IA. B. de Courtenay. Published in Polish a number of historical studies: "Korespondencja poufna ex-agenta dyplomatycznego z dama 1813 - 1819" (Krakow, 1886), "Nowe materyaly do dziejow Kosciuski" (Krakow, 1889) and others. In magazines and newspapers "Prawda" (Warsaw), "Kraj" (St. Petersburg), "Kurjer codzienny" (Warsaw), "Nowa Reforma" (Cracow), "Czas" (Cracow), in the collection "Charitas" (St. Petersburg , 1894), in the Lusatian journal "Luzica" (or Bautzen Bautzen / Germany), etc.. appeared in the 80's and 90's, its short stories, novels, memoirs, correspondence, and critical articles. Within a few years (1893 - 1900) printed in the newspaper "Kraj" (St. Petersburg) under the pseudonyms "Swiadek" and "Niczyj", drew the attention of its review of the political, social and artistic life of Cracow and Galicia. In the same paper she placed on the 1901. annual reports on the life and art exhibitions of St. Petersburg. - Characteristics of political figures Galicia (Stoyalovskogo, Daszynski, Boyko, Stapinskogo and Levakovskogo) devoted to "Sylwetki polityki polityczne" (Krakow, 1897). In Russian Baudouin de Courtenay article first appeared in 1878 - 1881 years in various newspapers: the "Northern Messenger (St. Petersburg, 1893, on" Eliza Ozheshko "), in the Journal of Knowledge". Separately published in the processing of Baudouin de Courtenay book "History of Poland". From 1905 to 1911 years in the organs that protect the special interests of women's equality ( "Ster" in Warsaw, "Women's Union in St. Petersburg.) Baudouin de Courtenay printed an article on women's issues. Takes an active part in the fight against alcoholism. Since the emergence of the Czech magazine "Slovansky Prehled" (Adolf Black) Baudouin de Courtenay was his constant correspondent and collaborator.