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The Deluge (Vol. 1)

by Henryk Sienkiewicz

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This is my all time favorite!! An epic multi-volume set by the Polish author famous for "Quo Vadis." The Deluge is a romantic recreation of the struggle of Poland to repel Sweden from within its borders. Multiple themes include romance, Catholicism, chivalry, & individual perseverence. "The Deluge" is said to be as popular in Poland as the bible, with copies in almost every household there! This book set (two large volumes)has become a great and wonderful friend! ( )
  ElTomaso | Jun 11, 2006 |
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This is Volume 1 only of the complete Book 2 of Henryk Sienkiewicz's "Trilogy," entitled The Deluge (in the Polish original, Potop). Please do not combine it with any LT work for the complete work, or for any other partial volume of this Book 2. Thank you.
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This is the second book of the Trilogy, Poland's national prose epic which has long been "lost" to the Western world. Written by the 1905 Nobel laureate, it is here translated directly into English for the first time and adapted for modern readers by W.S. Kuniczak. It is a panoramic novel of courage, love, faith, treason and redemption, recounting the struggles of Poland against invasions from Russia, Prussia and Sweden in the 17th century.

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Sequel to With fire and sword.

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