Sonnets from the Crimea

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Sonnets from the Crimea  (1917) 
by Adam Mickiewicz, translated by Edna W. Underwood

Sonnets from the Crimea

By Adam Mickiewicz

Translated by

Edna Worthley Underwood


Paul Elder and Company, Publisher

San Francisco

Copyright, 1917, by
Paul Elder and Company
San Francisco


Adam Mickiewicz
 A biographical sketch by Edna Worthley Underwood

Here, then, end the Crimean Sonnets of the immortal hero of Polish poetry, Adam Mickiewicz as translated by Edna Worthley Underwood and published by Paul Elder and Company at their Tomoye Press, in the city of San Francisco, under the direction of Ricardo J. Orozco, their printer during the month of August, nineteen seventeen

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