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Helena Modjeska (1844- 1909) was one of the most popular actresses of her time because of her emotional style and superb ability. She once gave a dramatic reading in Polish, her native tongue, at a dinner party. Her listeners, who didn’t understand the language, were in tears when she finished. They didn’t know it, at the time, but she had just recited the Polish alphabet. Bits and Pieces

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