Anton Malczewski (Malczewski)( Distinguished Polish-Ukrainian poet)
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Biography Anton Malczewski (Malczewski)
(1793 - 1826). Nedolgo Kremenetskaya studied in high school, then served in the Napoleonic army, was wounded in a duel, and soon retired. In his travels met, among others, with Byron, who, according to legend, interviews with Malczewski must plot his "Mazeppa". Returning from abroad, . Malczewski settled in Volhynia, unrequited love for his friend's wife made him move to Warsaw, . where he died, . dispirited by poverty and the failure of the sole of his complete works, . romantic poems: "Marja, . powiesc ukrainska ", . after the death of the author made one of the most popular works of Polish literature,
. - See. Wojcicki "Cmentarz powazkowski" (I, 1855); Lucjan Siemienski "Portrety literackie" (IV); Nitschmann "Poln. Parnass "(Leipzig, 1875); H. Galle "Wiek XIX" (Volume III, 1907); Dr. Antoni J. "Geneza Marji" ( "Biblioteka Warszawska", 1891). Excerpt from "Mary" moved Kozlov (in "Poetry of the Slavs" Gerbel). Best Polish edition of "Mary" - A. Belevsky (Lviv, 1843) and Zhupanskogo (Poznan, 1865), Warsaw 1876, Mr.. with illustrations Andrioli.