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Strona główna Shvoong>Książki>Adam Mickiewicz- the biography

Adam Mickiewicz- the biography

książki Streszczenie   według:Chaucim     Autor : Adam Mickiewicz
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Adam Mickiewicz was born on December 24th 1798 on Zaosie- a manorial farm near Nowogrodek. Shortly after that his parents moved to Nowogrodek where the father of the yet-to-be poet become a counsel for the defence in court. It was also the place where Adam began to learn at Dominicans' school. In 1815 after graduating he left Nowogrodek ande went to Vilnus, where he was studing at the university, starting at math-nature faculty but as soon as after first semester he switched to teaching, where he got goverment scholarship. During studies he became a member of the Filomats Brotherhood and wrote problem poets for it's purpose for example 'They going to judge themselfs yet from heavens fine' in 1818. After graduating from university he had to start a work as a teacher in Kowno's school in order to pay back his schoolarship. That is when he wrote 'Ballads and romances' which were published in a book of poems in 1822. In 1823 russian autorities came upon a track of secret organisations not only in Vilnus, but Lithuania-wide and that brought the danger leading to resignation of Adam Czartoryski from the position of asuperintendent. He was replaced by senator Nowosilcov who began investigation agaist secret organisations of young generation..In the result of that Mickiewicz, among the others was arrested and convicted in 1824. Adam Mickiewicz was convicted to exile deep into the Russia. He moved from Vilnus to Petersburg then Odessa and Moscow, where he got in touch with literats consirators and took a part in an unsuccessful Dekabrists' rebel. During summer 1825 trip to Krym he had a chance to get familiar with orient culture. After that he wrote 'Krym,s Sonets" 1826. In his russian period he also wrote: 'Dziady part II and IV" and 'Grażyna' (1823) and 'Konrad Wallenrod(1828). In 1929 he managed to leave Russia Traveling through Hamburg, Berlin, Prague and so on, he was moving across all Europe, he was in Rome, when in 1830 he got the news about polish uprising. He went back to his fatherland but he didn't get to uprising and with rffugees he managed to get to Drezden where he wrote 'Dziady part III" in 1832.
During his european trip he wrote 'Pan Tadeusz'. He appeared in Paris in 1834 where he got married with a polish pianist's doughter Celina Szymanowska who born him six children. For an academical year 1839-1840 he moved to Lozanna in Switzerland where he became latin professor and wrote some lyrics called Lozanians. He took from there 'tough, and came back to Paris where he worked as a professor on slavian faculty of College the France for four years. During the Spring of the People (1848) Mickiewicz went to Italy, to Rome where he was planning to crate Polish Legions but he failed to convince either pope nor the wealthy polish emigrants parties to support that.Yet, several-men strong under his command marched from Rome to Milan, where they gor under the command of Lombardia and for a year he fought against Austria. Soon after returning to Paris he create 'People Tribune", yet he had to back out from that, and futhermore he was taken under police supervison and finally fired from College work for his beliefs. He succeded in taking the position of a librarian in a French Library of Arsenal. He turned his hopes to Napoleon III and war of 1855 between France, England and Russia. After his wife's death leaving his underaged children behind he went to Constantinopol. He wanted to support with his authoritory cossack troops being created to fight Russia. Mentally tired with fighting for the liegion's leadership beiing also physically weakened he didn't withhold the illness. He died at 26th onf November 1885. His death caused deep mourning not only among the Poles.
Opublikowano dnia: 08 czerwca, 2006   
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