German American Annals

Pub . in The German Classics , Vol . 18 , and in Lewisohn , Dramatic Works of G. H. Vol . III . Reconciliation ( The ) , tr . by Roy Temple House , in Poet Lore , Vol . 21 , P. 337 ff . , and in Lewisohn , Dramatic Works of G. H. Vol .

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The English Catalogue of Books v 1 1835 1863

Asia , by Sir Richard Temple Geography , by Keith Jobnston , Svo , cloth , 12s Geography , School , hy Keith Johnston , Sro , cloth , 6s Geography for Little Children , by Antonia Zimmern , Svo , cloth , ls LONDON GERMAN CLASSICS , 18 ...

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The German Classics

THE GERMAN CLASSICS vol.18 Masterpieces of German Literature TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH IN TWENTY VOLUMES ILLUSTRATED AMS PRESS NEW YORK Reprinted from the edition of 1914 , New York First Kuno Francke.

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The Athenaeum

BOOK SEASON , 1883 . A SYSTEM SCUNZEL'S GERMAN PREPARATORY THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY'S LIST . ... The Just published , price Two Shillings , New Volume of the Pen and Pencil Series . ... The book 18 admirably of JOB .

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The Athen um

18. od . I. The DUKE of BUCKINGHAM's HYPATIA ; or , New Foes WITH AN LORD JOIIN RUSSELL , M.P. MEMOIRS of the COURT and ... TransANW Edition of the previous Four Volumes is also CLASSIC and HISTORIC POR- pated in the Original Metres .

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Comparative Criticism Volume 18 Spaces Cities Gardens and Wildernesses

... as he shows in his Zang Tumb Tumb , the book of poetic prose he brought out in 1914 : treno treno treno treno tron ... Metropolis , made into the remarkable film of the same name , one of the classics of German expressionist cinema ...

Author: E. S. Shaffer

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This volume represents the 'state of the art' in Comparative Literature as it has developed in the half century since 1945. Peter Szondi was one of the leading spirits in the urgent move towards the reclamation of the literary text from ideology in post-war Germany; Geoffrey Hartman this year delivered the first lecture in his name to mark the thirtieth anniversary of the Institute of General and Comparative Literature at the Free University, Berlin, of which Szondi was Director. Hartman, one of the major comparatists of this period, whose subtle phenomenological readings have transformed Romantic studies in English, gives a lapidary account of those poets of the Holocaust Paul Celan and Nelly Sachs, whose refusal of traditional imagery is a last fragile link with it. We also mark the twentieth anniversary of the founding of the British Comparative Literature Association in 1975 at Norwich, with the publication of the plenary papers from the Seventh Triennial Congress held in Edinburgh in 1995. Anne Barton opens on the strange 'Wild Man' figure who haunts the literary and iconographical spaces of Europe, with notable examples in Shakespeare's Caliban and Timon; John Dixon Hunt counters with the civilized garden that is staked out and continuously retheorized in the midst of the forest wilderness; Gerald Gillespie, president of the International Comparative Literature Association, amplifies on the ambivalent image of the city, half utopia, half human
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The Spectator

To be continued INCOME - TAX , -Price 18 , monthly , 18. , and weekly , 3d . ... 6d . each volume complete in itself . ... “ A volume containing upwards of 15,000 articles , and ing , mostly extracted from French classic authors .

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The Atlantic Monthly Volume 18 No 106 August 1866

Now, to finish the melancholy picture, I am classic mad. I prefer the ancient authors, decidedly, to the moderns. I love them as I never can the moderns; they are my most intimate friends, my heart's own darlings.

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The Papers of Thomas Jefferson Retirement Series Volume 18

Charlottesville at present is a poor stand for bookselling. the neighborhood is of plain industrious farmers; ... particularly with Paris & Amsterdam, the best and cheapest editions of Classics coming from Germany. but the time of ...

Author: Thomas Jefferson

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A new definitive volume of the retirement papers of Thomas Jefferson This volume’s 627 documents feature a vast assortment of topics. Jefferson writes of his dread of “a doting old age.” He inserts an anonymous note in the Richmond Enquirer denying that he has endorsed a candidate for the next presidential election, and he publishes two letters in that newspaper under his own name to refute a Federalist claim that he once benefited by overcharging the United States Treasury. Jefferson does not reply to unsolicited letters seeking his opinion on constitutional matters, judicial review, and a call for universal white male suffrage in Virginia. Fearing that it would set a dangerous precedent, he declines appointment as patron of a new society “for the civilisation of the Indians.” Jefferson is also asked to comment on proposed improvements to stoves, lighthouses, telescopes, and navigable balloons. Citing his advanced age and stiffened wrist, he avoids detailed replies and allows his complaint to John Adams about the volume of incoming correspondence to be leaked to the press in hopes that strangers will stop deluging them both with letters. Jefferson approves of the growth of Unitarianism and predicts that “there is not a young man now living in the US. who will not die an Unitarian.”
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