Polish-English/English-Polish Dictionary (American English Edition)
by Jacek Fisiak, Arleta Adamska-Salaciak, Michael Jankowski and Renata Szczepaniak
“An invaluable tool for tourists, students, and professionals from Poland who are seeking a quick turn of phrase in American English or looking for the right word in Polish.”
—Alex Storozynski, President and Executive Director
The Kosciuszko Foundation
by Henryk Sienkiewicz, translated by W.S. Kuniczak
Quo Vadis, the record-breaking international bestseller for which Henryk Sienkiewicz won the fifth Nobel Prize for Literature, is as compelling today as the moment it was written. An epic saga of love, courage, and devotion in the last days of the Roman Empire, it portrays the corruption and debauchery of Nero's rule alongside the agony and glory of early Christianity.
The Polish Way
by Adam Zamoyski
"Adam Zamoyski's The Polish Way is a stunner; a comprehensive history of Poland...Clear, calm, beautifully written, its scope is enormous, its story enthralling and its illustrations magnificent."
--Bernard Levin, The Times of London
The Trilogy Companion: A Reader's Guide to the Trilogy of Henryk Sienkiewicz
by Jerzy R. Krzyzanowski, ed.
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An essential guide to the history of Poland and three short glossaries for easy reference. Also included are chapters on: the art of translation, Sienkiewicz and his translators, bibliography, and map of the Trilogy Campaigns.
Warsaw Cookbook, Old
Throughout the book, piquant anecdotes and charming line drawings by renowned artist Irena Lorentowicz relate Poland's cuisine to its bounteous tradition of hospitality, warming body and soul together!