The Two Brothers is a Polish fairy tale by Alexander Chodsko.
|Publisher:||Shamrock Eden Publishing|
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|File size:||535 KB|
|Age Range:||6 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Alexander Chodsko was born in Krzywicze in Russia (today's Kryvicy, Belarus), and attended the University of Vilnius. He was a member of the Filaret Association and the Institute of Oriental Studies that was attached to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Empire in Saint Petersburg. From 1830 until 1844, he worked as a Russian diplomat in Iran. From 1852 until 1855, he worked for French Foreign Ministry in Paris. From 1857 until 1883 he succeeded Adam Mickiewicz in the chair of Slavic languages and literatures in the Collège de France. He was a member of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland and the Société de Linguistique de Paris