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Jan Kochanowski

Polish poet

1530   -   1584

genre: Pieśń, Fraszka, drama, narrative poetry, lament, epitaph, ode, elegy, epigram, epithalamium
country of citizenship: Crown of the Kingdom of Poland
native language: Polish
educated at: University of Königsberg, University of Padua, Jagiellonian University
occupation: linguist, poet, writer, translator, playwright
position held: provost, Wojski, Royal Secretary
student of: Francis Robortello

Jan Kochanowski (Polish: [ˈjan kɔxaˈnɔfskʲi]; 1530 – 22 August 1584) was a Polish Renaissance poet who established poetic patterns that would become integral to the Polish literary language. He is commonly regarded as the greatest Polish poet before Adam Mickiewicz, and the greatest Slavic poet prior to the 19th century.
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works

42

Laments

cykl trenów Jana Kochanowskiego, poświęcony zmarłej córce Urszuli

author: Jan Kochanowski

1580

David's Psalter

poetycka parafraza biblijnej Księgi Psalmów autorstwa Jana Kochanowskiego

author: Jan Kochanowski

1579

Alcestis męża od śmierci zastąpiła

utwór Jana Kochanowskiego

author: Jan Kochanowski

1590

Do dziewki (III, 82)

Fraszka Jana Kochanowskiego

author: Jan Kochanowski

Epitaphium Cretcovii

poem written by Jan Kochanowski

author: Jan Kochanowski

Gallo crocitanti A'MOIBE'

1612 poem written by Jan Kochanowski

author: Jan Kochanowski

1612

Raki

1584 poem written by Jan Kochanowski

author: Jan Kochanowski

1584

Satyr albo Dziki mąż

poemat satyryczno-polityczny Jana Kochanowskiego

author: Jan Kochanowski

1564

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