Henryk Sienkiewicz is a Polish writer, known as an author of historical novels as well as a winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1905. "Hania" is a short story by Henryk Sienkiewicz, written in December 1875. The story tells about a love triangle - the love of two guys - a Pole and a Tatar for the beautiful Hania. The duel that took place separates the author of the story from the subject of his thoughts and feelings for a long time.

Language Armenian
Duration 6h : 38m
Age recommendation 16-120