Reymont

[ rey-mawnt ]
/ ˈreɪ mɔnt /

noun

Wła·dy·sław Sta·ni·sław [vwah-dee-swahf stah-nee-swahf], /vwɑˈdi swɑf stɑˈni swɑf/, "Ladislas Regmont", 1868–1925, Polish novelist: Nobel prize 1924.

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