Hania by Henryk Sienkiewicz

HANIA [AND OTHER STORIES]

By Henryk Sienkiewicz

Little, Brown & Co., 1897
The story of a love triangle, in which a Polish nobleman and his Muslim friend both fall in love with a beautiful young woman who was an orphan.

Sienkiewicz was a Polish author, best known for his book QUO VADIS, an historical novel of Jesus, and a classic which was a huge bestseller, made into a successful film, and remains in print, now largely to the homeschool and Christian fiction markets.

This book has several long stories, or short novellas:

THE OLD SERVANT
HANIA
TARTAR CAPTIVITY
LET US FOLLOW HIM
BE THOU BLESSED
AT THE SOURCE
CHARCOAL SKETCHES
THE ORGANIST OF PONIKLA
LUX IN TENEBRIS LUCET
ON THE BRIGHT SHORE
THAT THIRD WOMAN

The author won the Nobel Prize in 1905 for lifetime achievement as an epic writer.

In addition to this being a great book to read, it is also beautiful to behold! Published at the end of the 19th century, it is still in fantastic condition in the 21st century!

Red boards with blind-stamped (embossed) decoration on front cover & spine, bright gilt lettering. Pages are nice & bright. Binding is very solid, book is clean, there are no real flaws to note.

A wonderful copy–it makes me so happy to see a book in such good shape!

Measures 7-3/4″ high by 5-1/2″ wide and 1-1/2″ thick (551 pp. + ads)

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