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Kraszewski attended the University of Wilno now V. Kapsukas Ignacy kraszewski Universitywas imprisoned in on a ignacy kraszewski of conspiracy against the Russian government, and was released in From to he lived in Volhynia now in Ukrainewhere he wrote, farmed, and did social work.
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He was also involved in editorial work during this period. From he edited, and from to edited and published, the Ateneum review. Between and by which time he had returned to Warsawhe edited the daily Ignacy kraszewski Codzienna later Gazeta Polska.
That made him unpopular among the national orthodox ignacy kraszewski authorities, but he did not lose popularity among ignacy kraszewski readers. In he was arrested in Berlin and charged with collaboration with French military intelligenceand a year later he was sentenced by the tribunal in Leipzig to three ignacy kraszewski a half years of imprisonment in a fortress.
He served the sentence in the Magdeburg Fortress.
As a result of his illness he was temporarily released ignacy kraszewski bail and went to Italy to improve his health, and after the earthquake there ignacy kraszewski sought refuge in Geneva in There, already suffering from cancer, he contracted pneumoniawhich was the direct cause of his ignacy kraszewski on 19 March He wrote many letters — their number is estimated to reach tens of thousands; just a little part of them have been published so far.
He was an editor and a publisher.
Józef Ignacy Kraszewski
He prepared for publication and published ignacy kraszewski 40 volumes of historic documents and works of other writers. Despite all that, he was not a man who would be interested just in covering paper with ignacy kraszewski or writing. He was deeply interested in drawing landscapes and architecture he illustrated his reports from his travels himself; more than of his pictures have survived until the present daytook up amateur oil paintingcollected old prints there were more than works in his collection.
He considered playing the piano for one hour every day to be an extraordinary pleasure for him, and his reviews of concerts or opera performances are characterised by solid professionalism. Throughout his adult life he took an active part in political activities, which resulted in him being sent to prison twice.
He participated in dozens of social events, and more than once he had to stand up against public opinion. Very well-educated in the field of European literature and aesthetics, he regarded highly not only BalzacDickensGogoland later Zola, but also Stendhal, even before he came to be appreciated in his own country, but his heart was always with Adam Mickiewicz.
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His first works ignacy kraszewski be influenced by English sentimentalism, especially that of L. Sterne and the French frenetic romantics in the style of the young Victor Hugo or German fantasy in the style of E.
The group of works closest to the ideals of Ignacy kraszewski were his novels on the conflict of ignacy kraszewski artist with reality and on the life of folk people.
He refers to the Uprising in a series of political novels written under the name of B. Kraszewski would extend the subject matter of his works, diversify the plot conventions biography, travel, romancesensation, etc.
He also appreciated small literary prose forms, such as, for example, pictures, philosophical sketches and novellas.