Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/Krasinski, Sigismund

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KRASINSKI, SIGISMUND (krä-sin'skē), a Polish poet; born in Paris in 1812. He wrote the drama “Iridion” (1836); the drama “The Undivine Comedy” (1837-1848); “The Dawn” (1843); and “Psalms of the Future” (1845-1848), collections of lyric poems full of religion and patriotism. He died in Paris in 1859.