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    • von Saaz, Johannes; Kirrmann, Ernest N. (1958)
      This dialogue about death from the year 1400 has no peer in early German Renaissance literature. Ernest Kirrmann presents an English translation of the German classic, as well as a preface by Alois Bernt giving an introduction ...
    • Stewart, Michael; Crump, Simon (2017)
      The latest Grist Anthology is an innovative blend of some of the most exciting and freshest voices in prose and poetry today. It features five sections written from five distinct narrative viewpoints.
    • Hart, Gail K. (1989)
      This study seeks to alter our understanding of Keller’s realism by problematizing the act of reading within fiction. The story of reading in Keller’s fiction is a self-conscious meditation on the schism between life and ...
    • Rose, Arthur; Heine, Stefanie; Tsentourou, Naya; Saunders, Corinne; Garratt, Peter (2019)
      This open access book presents five different approaches to reading breath in literature, in response to texts from a range of historical, geographical and cultural environments. Breath, for all its ubiquity in literary ...
    • Reuter, Christian; Wonderley, Wayne (1962)
      Rendered into English for the first time by Wayne Wonderley and provided with a critical introduction, this rollicking tale of baroque satire by Christian Reuter not only illuminates the mores and mentality of the time but ...
    • von Kleist, Heinrich; Quincy Morgan, Bayard (1961)
      An imperishable gem of German literature, Kleist's "The Broken Pitcher" is pure comedy. The author's handling of the theme—the judge as culprit—shows supreme mastery. This translation by Bayard Q. Morgan, originally published ...
    • Missinne , Lut; Grave , Jaap (2018)
      The tenth volume of the Lage Landen Studies explores the road of an original Dutch-language book from its original version to the translation that arrives into the hands of a non-native reader. This collection of research ...