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Question 1: His mind had become increasingly possessed by religious ________.
AfterlifePantheismMysticismMonotheism

Question 2: Mickiewicz is also considered by some the greatest Slavic poet,[3] alongside ________, and a leading author of the Romantic school.
Mikhail GlinkaVasily ZhukovskyAlexander PushkinMikhail Lermontov

Question 3: In 1823 he was arrested, investigated for his political activities (membership in the Philomaths) and in 1824 banished to central ________.
Russian cultureUnited StatesMoscowRussia

Question 4: In 1825 he visited the ________, which inspired a collection of sonnets (Sonety Krymskie—The Crimean Sonnets) with their admirably elegant rhythm and rich Oriental coloring.
South OssetiaCrimeaGagauziaNakhchivan

Question 5: ________ in Poznań, Poland, is named after him.
Adam Mickiewicz UniversityAveiro UniversityMinho UniversityPierre and Marie Curie University

Question 6: His father Mikołaj Mickiewicz was a member of the nobility of the ________ and bore the hereditary Poraj coat-of-arms.
Polish–Lithuanian CommonwealthHigh Middle AgesEarly Middle AgesPoland

Question 7: Crimea had earlier caught the eye of another famous contemporary poet, ________, who had written about it in "The Fountain of Bakhchisaray" two years before Mickiewicz.
Mikhail GlinkaAlexander PushkinVasily ZhukovskyMikhail Lermontov

Question 8: The latter epos draws a picture of ________ on the eve of Napoleon's 1812 expedition to Russia.
DenmarkPolandLithuaniaSwitzerland

Question 9: His personality and later works were greatly influenced by his four years of living and studying in ________.
TallinnPragueVilniusBerlin

Question 10: Adam Mickiewicz was born at his uncle's estate in Zaosie, near Navahrudak in the Russian Empire (now ________).
AzerbaijanBosnia and HerzegovinaBelarusSerbia
















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