|From History of Polish Poetry by Stanislaw Baranczak in The New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics,
eds. A. Preminger, T. V. F. Brogan. Princeton, New Jersey 1993
I.The Middle Ages (350 words)
II.Renaissance (745 words)
III.Baroque (565 words)
IV.Enlightenment (415 words)
V.Romanticism (1180 words)
VI.Positivism and Neoromanticism (550 words)
VII.The Inter War Period and the War Years (610 words)
VIII.The Postwar Period (385 words)
Bibliography (530 words)
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