Yes, but maybe he knows he needs the true strength of the real Cirila. A secret like this cannot be hidden with the Wild Hunt in the other side.True up to a point... but:
He already married "The Lioncub of Cintra". Doesn't need the real Cirilla for that...
Speak for yourself, but I think Americans can recognize the Witcher's resemblance to heroes out of Chandler or Hammett, and (in the game, if not the books) Emhyr as the Old Man he must serve while drawing justice out of his ambition.The Witcher series has far less appeal to Americans, which make up a significant portion of people who'd want the English books. They would most likely view Ciri and Yennefer as anti-heroes, and generally find the books distasteful.
Ciri has been many things. An orphan, a witcher, a sorceress, an effective 'convict on the run' from Nilfgaard and others...such experiences may inspire her to things other than ruling people...and I dare say, much greater.
+1 American here... I don't read books that often lately as my time is so limited and simply other things are more entertaining. Like playing TW gameSpeak for yourself, but I think Americans can
Learn something new every day.history of hostility between the American sci-fi fraternity and Polish writers who regard their work as superficial and commercial.