2 LOVE „Romeo and Juliet” – W.Shakespeare „The Sorrows of Young Werther”-J.W. Goethe„Dekameron” – G.BoccaccioTristan and Iseult
3 ROMEO AND JULIET"Romeo If I profane with my unworthiest hand This holy shrine, the gentle sin is this: My lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand To smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss.Juliet Good pilgrim, you do wrong your hand too much, Which mannerly devotion shows in this; For saints have hands that pilgrims' hands do touch, And palm to palm is holy palmers' kiss."—Romeo and Juliet, Act I, Scene V
7 FRIENDSHIP „Friends” Mickiewicz „The little Prince”-A.de Saint-Exupéry „Don Quixote” Miguel de Cervantes„The Three Musketeers” – A.Dumas„Oliver Twist” – Ch.Dickenscytatem Goethego „Nawet gdybyś dał człowiekowi wszystkie wspaniałości świata, nic mu nie pomoże, jeśli nie ma przyjaciela, któremu mógłby o tym powiedzieć”.
8 FriendsAdam Mickiewicz was born in 1798 in Zaosie or Nowogródek. He died in1855 in Istambul. Romantic poet. He was one of Poland's Three Bards, along with Zygmunt Krasiński and Juliusz Słowacki. He's an author of ballads, poetics novels, drama „Dziady” and national epopeia ‘Pan Tadeusz” which is the last, big epos in our literature.By Walenty Wańkowicz
9 The little PrinceDomesticate it means ‘to make a relationship”. I'm for you only a fox which resembles hundreds of other foxes. But when domesticate me, we'll need each other. You'll be for me only one in the world and I'll be for you only one in the world too.Oswajać to znaczy „tworzyć więzy”. […] Jestem dla ciebie tylko lisem, podobnym do stu tysięcy innych lisów. Lecz jeżeli mnie oswoisz, będziemy się nawzajem potrzebować. Będziesz dla mnie jedyny na świecie. I ja będę dla ciebie jedyny na świecie.
11 Don QuixoteMiguel de Cervantes Saavedra was born in 1547 in Spain and died in 1616 in Madrid. His magnum opus, Don Quixote, often considered the first modern novel, is a classics of Western literature and is regularly regarded among the best novels ever written. His work is considered among the most important in the history of literature. His influence on the Spanish language has been so great that Spanish is often called la lengua de Cervantes (The language of Cervantes). He has been dubbed el Príncipe de los Ingenios - the Prince of Wits. In 1585, Cervantes published a pastoral novel, La Galatea. Because of financial problems, Cervantes worked as a purveyor for the Spanish Armada, and later as a tax collector. Carlos Fuentes noted that, "Cervantes leaves open the pages of a book where the reader knows himself to be written."by Juan Martínez de Jáuregui y Aguilar
12 The Three MusketeersAlexandre Dumas, was born in 1802 and died in He was a French writer, best known for his numerous historical novels of high adventure which have made him one of the most widely read French authors in the world. Many of his novels, including The Count of Monte Cristo, The Three Musketeers, Twenty Years After, and The Vicomte de Bragelonne were filmed He also wrote plays and magazine articles and was a prolific correspondent.
14 FREEDOM „Mazurek Dąbrowskiego” - Wybicki „Bravehart” „Liberty Leading the People” - Delacroix„Guernica” - Picasso„Giaur” - Byron
15 Poland Is Not Yet Lost Original lyrics Current official lyrics Jeszcze Polska nie umarła,Kiedy my żyjemyCo nam obca moc wydarła,Szablą odbijemy.Marsz, marsz, DąbrowskiDo Polski z ziemi włoskiejZa twoim przewodemZłączym się z narodemCurrent official lyricsJeszcze Polska nie zginęła,Kiedy my żyjemy.Co nam obca przemoc wzięła,Szablą odbierzemy.Marsz, marsz, Dąbrowski,Z ziemi włoskiej do Polski.Złączym się z narodem.English translationPoland has not died yetSo long as we still liveThat which alien force has seizedWe at sabrepoint shall retrieveMarch, march, DąbrowskiTo Poland from ItalyUnder thy commandLet us now rejoin the nationPoland has not perished yetFrom Italy to Poland
16 Poland has not died yetSo long as we still liveThat which alien force has seizedWe at sabrepoint shall retrieveMarch, march, DąbrowskiTo Poland from ItalyUnder thy commandLet us now rejoin the nationLike Czarniecki to PoznańReturned across the seaTo free our fatherland from chainsFighting with the SwedeMarch, march...Cross the Vistula and WartaAnd Poles we shall beWe've been shown by BonaparteWays to victoryGermans, Muscovites will not restWhen, backsword in hand"Concord" will be our watchwordAnd the fatherland will be oursMarch, march...Father, in tearsSays to his BasiaJust listen, it seems that our peopleAre beating the drumsAll exclaim in unisonEnough of this bondageWe've got scythes from RacławiceGod will give us Kościuszko
17 Braveheart Directed by Mel Gibson Written by Randall Wallace Starring Mel GibsonPatrick McGoohanAngus MacfadyenBrendan GleesonSophie MarceauPeter HanlyIan BannenJames CosmoCatherine McCormackDavid O'HaraBrian Cox