The Polish novel Przedwiośnie (a title translated alternatively as First Spring, Before the Spring, Early Spring, Springtime, or Spring To Come) was written by the leading Polish neoromantic writer Stefan Żeromski, and first published in 1925, the year he died. The book has been translated and published in the U.S. as the Coming Spring in 2007.

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  • Przedwiośnie – powieść polityczna Stefana Żeromskiego wydana w 1924 (z datą 1925) w Warszawie w Wydawnictwie Jakuba Mortkowicza. Powieść składa się z trzech części: „Szklane domy”, „Nawłoć”, „Wiatr od wschodu”. Opowiada o życiu Cezarego Baryki, reprezentanta młodego pokolenia, urodzonego i wychowanego w Baku, przyjeżdżającego do odrodzonej po I wojnie światowej Polski. (pl)
  • The Polish novel Przedwiośnie (a title translated alternatively as First Spring, Before the Spring, Early Spring, Springtime, or Spring To Come) was written by the leading Polish neoromantic writer Stefan Żeromski, and first published in 1925, the year he died. The book has been translated and published in the U.S. as the Coming Spring in 2007. The novel consists of three parts: Szklane Domy (Glass houses), Nawłoć (Nawłoć estate), and Wiatr od wschodu (the Eastern wind). It is set between 1914–1924, before and during the reconstitution of Poland as the Second Polish Republic, but prior to the Polish-Soviet war. As the Russian Revolution breaks out, the main character, Cezary Baryka, escapes from Baku with his father, a Polish political exile from Siberia (see also, Poles in Azerbaijan). The father dies en route to the newly formed Polish state. Cezary enters Poland alone, the country of his parents, having never been there before. The novel tells of his disillusionment as the Poland he discovers does not resemble that of which his father told him; a feeling only magnified by the Baryka's deep suspicion of the Bolshevik solutions about the poor. A live action version was released in two formats in Poland on 2 March 2001, adapted and directed by Filip Bajon, produced by Dariusz Jabłoński, and featuring Mateusz Damięcki as Cezary Baryka. A five-hour miniseries version was broadcast on Polish television, and a 138-minute cut distributed to theatres. (en)
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  • 963-7326-89-8
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  • Central European University Press
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  • Przedwiośnie – powieść polityczna Stefana Żeromskiego wydana w 1924 (z datą 1925) w Warszawie w Wydawnictwie Jakuba Mortkowicza. Powieść składa się z trzech części: „Szklane domy”, „Nawłoć”, „Wiatr od wschodu”. Opowiada o życiu Cezarego Baryki, reprezentanta młodego pokolenia, urodzonego i wychowanego w Baku, przyjeżdżającego do odrodzonej po I wojnie światowej Polski. (pl)
  • The Polish novel Przedwiośnie (a title translated alternatively as First Spring, Before the Spring, Early Spring, Springtime, or Spring To Come) was written by the leading Polish neoromantic writer Stefan Żeromski, and first published in 1925, the year he died. The book has been translated and published in the U.S. as the Coming Spring in 2007. (en)
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  • The Spring to Come (en)
  • Przedwiośnie (powieść) (pl)
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  • Przedwiośnie (en)
  • Coming Spring (en)
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