Jane porter thaddeus of warsaw
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Jane Porter, Thaddeus of Warsaw
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Published by Albert Cogsell, New York Seller Rating:. Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. Revised Edition. The title pages states, A new and revised edition with new notes, etc. Beautiful green boards fully illustrated in black with titling in gilt on cover and spine.
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Thaddeus of Warsaw is an novel written by Jane Porter. It comprises four volumes. The story was derived from eyewitness accounts of British soldiers and Polish refugees fleeing the failed revolts against the foreign occupation of Poland in the s. It was thought by Olga S. Phillips claims that Jane Porter used to call Isaac Nathan 'Thaddeus' when touching his face as a child. The work is a hybrid: the first third relates developments and battles within Poland, the remainder of the books serve as a novel of manners describing how Thaddeus, having befriended a British soldier in the Russian army and learned from his mother that he himself is half English, flees to London to seek help for his cause among the British. He sells art, falls in love, and finds and restores the honor of his long-lost father.