By Zygmunt Miloszewski
It's spring 2009, and prosecutor Szacki is not any longer operating in Warsaw—he has stated see you later to his relatives and to his profession within the capital and moved to Sandomierz, a picturesque city packed with church buildings and museums. Hoping to begin a "brave new life," Szacki as an alternative reveals himself investigating an odd homicide case in atmosphere either alien and unfriendly.
The sufferer is located brutally murdered, her physique drained...
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Xiv. 53 Palmer, East Lynne, Act 3, Scene iii, p. 390. 55 However, as she told her publisher, Richard Bentley, she was not entirely disheartened: ‘I cannot help thinking that a portion of “East Lynne’s” success is owing to its being so much represented on the stage. . ’56 The play’s popularity, spanning a period that far outlived the social context of the novel’s composition and performed in wholly diﬀerent cultural milieux, further demonstrates the malleable nature of the novel’s values. 58 Blindness to the gender discussion encoded within the novel’s text could have gone no further than the commissioning by the actor-manager Wilson Barrett of ‘a kind of East Lynne turned round’, placing a man at the heart of the melodrama: The Silver King (1882) by Jones and Herman was a resounding success.
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