The article discusses four versions of the Kashubian 'Piesn o Mece Panskiej' (Song of Lord's Passion), first published in Gdansk in 1643. Apparently the song is also presented in three later manuscript copies which to a varying degree were saturated with the Northern-Kashubian dialect features. Its further copied manuscript found in a manuscript held in the Czartoryski Library in Krakow, casts interesting light on scope of influence the old Gdansk printed texts considered Kashubian monuments of literature had.
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