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Sienkiewicz

[ shen-kye-vich; English shen-kyey-vich ]
/ ʃɛnˈkyɛ vɪtʃ; English ʃɛnˈkyeɪ vɪtʃ /
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noun
Hen·ryk [hen-rik], /ˈhɛn rɪk/, 1846–1916, Polish novelist: Nobel prize 1905.
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Sienkiewicz
/ (Polish ʃɛŋˈkjɛvitʃ) /

noun
Henryk (ˈxɛnrik). 1846–1916, Polish novelist. His best-known works are Quo Vadis? (1896), set in Nero's Rome, and the war trilogy With Fire and Sword (1884), The Deluge (1886), and Pan Michael (1888), set in 17th-century Poland: Nobel prize for literature 1905
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