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The Image of Poland and Poles in the Dymitriads from the British perspective


Inscription. An anthology 1 - "Napis. Pismo poświęcone literaturze okolicznościowej i użytkowej" special issue in English 2022


Cieszyńska, Beata ORCID ; Żukowska, Maria Helena : Tłumacz ; Giebułtowski, Jerzy : Tłumaczenie - weryfikacja


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Dmitriads ; British literature of 17th century ; national stereotypes ; Russian history during ‘Time of Troubles’ ; Catholic Jesuitism


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1507-4153 ; 10.18318/napis.2022.en.1.4


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