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Tybetańska księżniczka

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China, 1979. Alex, who spend childchood and youth in China, becomes Polish consul in Kanton.

Suprising work events made that Alex catches a track of Mimi, his childhood friend and his first love. Majority of her blood was Asian and Mimi was uddhist and believed that she's incarnation of Tanguc princess died three centuries earlier. Alex meets on his way Max von Rimsa: doub
paperback, 503 pages
Published 2006 by Państwowy Instytut Wydawniczy
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Aug 22, 2010 Anna rated it it was amazing
Very good love story - climate similiar to The English Patient in reality of China. Polish consul refreshes his memories of childhood love to a girl who had Russian, Tibetan and Buryat blood and believed that she is a reincarnation of Tibetan princess. During World Wat 2 they were separated and he went to Poland and she via China to Shanghai and probably to Australia. Through Russian agent in Makao he learns that she got married, had a daughter and died in car accident.
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Literary pseudonym of Edward Kajdański. He was born in a family of an engineer working in sugar factory in Harbin. In December 1942 he graduated Sienkiewicz highschool in Harbinie, located then on teritory of Manchukuo. In 1944 he started pharmacy studies at North Manchuria University, which he didn't finish and in 1945, after invasion of Red Army , he started studies connected with railway on ...more
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