B Chner Woyzeck

Author: Georg Buchner
Editor: Bristol Classical Press
ISBN: 9781853993749
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Georg Büchner is regularly considered the father of modern German drama, and "Woyzeck" was his most influential work. Beneath the utter simplicity of its basic story, there are complex themes of human motivation, victimisation, guilt, class structure, and the meaning and nature of existence. This edition incorporates the recent research on the text, and provides full Introduction and Notes.

Lost

Author: Hans Ulrich Treichel
Editor: Vintage
ISBN: 0375706224
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As an ordinary German family flees advancing Russian troops in 1945, they leave behind their first son, Arnold, a loss that has a profound impact on their younger son's life as his parents become obsessed with finding their lost child. A first novel. Reprint.

Anmerkungen Bers Theater

Author: Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz
Editor:
ISBN: 9783862050710
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The Running Man

Author: Michael Gerard Bauer
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061455083
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Fourteen-year-old Joseph reluctantly agrees to draw a portrait of his reclusive neighbor, Tom, for a class assignment, and over time, like the silkworms Tom raises, both men come out of their cocoons and face their fears.

The Ghost Seer

Author: Friedrich Schiller
Editor:
ISBN:
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Lenz

Author: Georg Buchner
Editor: Archipelago
ISBN: 0981955789
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Lenz, Georg Büchner’s visionary exploration of an 18th-century playwright’s descent into madness, has been called the inception of European modernist prose. Elias Canetti considered this short novella one of the decisive reading experiences of his life, and writers as various as Paul Celan, Christa Wolff, Peter Schneider, and Gert Hofmann have paid homage to it in their works. Published posthumously in 1839, Lenz provides a taut case study of three weeks in the life of schizophrenic, perhaps the first third-person text ever to be written from the "inside" of insanity. An early experiment in docufiction, Büchner’s textual montage draws on the diary of J.F. Oberlin, the Alsatian pastor who briefly took care of Lenz in 1778, while also refracting Goethe’s memoir of his troubled friendship with the playwright — English versions of both of these historical source texts here accompany Lenz for the first time in this bilingual presentation. Based on the best recent edition of the text, this fresh translation will allow readers to discover why Heiner Müller pronounced Lenz the inaugural example of "21st-century prose."

Nachtstuecke

Author: E. T. A. Hoffmann
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781535065924
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Baby

Author: Patricia Maclachlan
Editor: Yearling
ISBN: 030756715X
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Larkin's family welcomes Sophie into their home, caring for her and teaching her games and new words. They come to love this baby as their own, all the while knowing that eventually Sophie's mother will return one day to take her from them. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Goethe And World Literature

Author: Fritz Strich
Editor:
ISBN: 9781494097028
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This is a new release of the original 1949 edition.

Faust Part Two

Author: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN:
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This is a new translation of Faust, Part Two by David Luke, whose translation of Faust, Part I was the winner of the European Poetry Translation Prize. Here, Luke expertly imitates the varied verse-forms of the original, and provides a highly readable and actable translation which includes an introduction, full notes, and an index of classical mythology.