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  1. María Ana Czartoryska (Varsovia, 15 de marzo de 1768-París, 21 de octubre de 1854), también conocida como María Wirtemberska o duquesa Luis de Wurtemberg, fue una noble polaca, escritora, música y filántropa.

    • María Ana Czartoryska
  2. Princess Maria Czartoryska (formerly Duchess Louis of Württemberg; 15 March 1768, Warsaw – 21 October 1854, Paris), was a Polish noble, member of the House of Württemberg, writer, musician and philanthropist.

  3. Resumir este artículo para un niño de 10 años. MOSTRAR TODAS LAS PREGUNTAS. María Ana Czartoryska ( Varsovia, 15 de marzo de 1768- París, 21 de octubre de 1854), también conocida como María Wirtemberska o duquesa Luis de Wurtemberg, fue una noble polaca, escritora, música y filántropa.

  4. 15 de may. de 2012 · Malvina, or the Heart’s Intuition. Maria Wirtemberska. Cornell University Press, May 15, 2012 - Literary Collections - 244 pages. First published in Warsaw in 1816, Malvina, or the Heart's...

  5. 6 de may. de 2018 · As early as the first couple of pages in her travelogue, Maria Wirtemberska declares that she is not going to indulge in the visual or the descriptive, but will instead follow the lead of her feminine imagination.

    • Magdalena Ożarska
    • 2018
  6. Maria Wirtemberska, Malvina, or the Heart's Intuition. Translation, introduction, and notes by Ursula Phillips. London: Polish Cultural Foundation, 2001. Pp. xxxvi + 201. It is sometimes argued now that the history of Polish literature is already a known quantity, and that what is needed is an intensive investigation of individual writers.

  7. Overview. About this book. First published in Warsaw in 1816, Malvina, or the Heart's Intuition has been largely—and unjustly—ignored by the Polish literary canon. Ingeniously structured and vividly related by a Tristram Shandy-esque narrator, Maria Wirtemberska's psychologically complex work is often considered Poland's first modern novel.