Konstancja Benisławska

Kamila Żukowska (University of Lodz)
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Konstancja Benisławska was an eighteenth-century Polish poet, and the author of only one work, Pieśni sobie śpiewane. Od Konstancyi z Ryków Benisławskiej Stolnikowej Księstwa Inflanckiego za naleganiem przyjaciół z cienia wiejskiego na jaśnią wydane [Songs Sung to Herself by Konstancja Benisławska, née Ryk, a Pantleress of the Duchy of Livonia, Published and Brought to Light from Her Provincial Backwater at the Insistence of Her Friends], published in Vilnius in 1776. Although sometimes she is also credited with having written an anonymous prayer book, Nabożeństwo ku największej chwale Boga w Trójcy Świętej jedynego i Matki Boskiej, tudzież świętych Patronów i Patronek …

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Citation: Żukowska, Kamila. "Konstancja Benisławska". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 29 May 2018 [https://staging.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=14063, accessed 25 September 2023.]

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