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Thu Oct 16 18:02:16 2014 UTClccn-no981106290.07The epic of the beast, consisting of English translations of the history of Reynard the Fox and Physiologus,0.471.00Edward and Marian MacDowell collection,90724540no 981106294822475Firth MorayFirth, Moray 1894-1961Rose, W. 1894-1961Rose, W. (William), 1894-1961Rose, William and Dorothy.lccn-n79138567Zweig, Stefan1881-1942viaf-306148623Rose, Dorothytrllccn-n79071094Balzac, Honoré de1799-1850lccn-n50024054Friedenthal, Richard1896-1979edtlccn-n50002492Werfel, Franz1890-1945lccn-n79043402Franklin, Benjamin1706-1790lccn-n50001231Feuchtwanger, Lion1884-1958lccn-n79003362Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von1749-1832lccn-n79081313Heine, Heinrich1797-1856lccn-n50037676Isaacs, J.(Jacob)1896-1973edtRose, William1894-1961FictionBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcLegendsGlossaries, vocabularies, etcHistoryLove storiesPastoral fictionPoetryBibliographyGoethe, Johann Wolfgang von,Balzac, Honoré de,GermanyNovelists, FrenchUnrequited loveManners and customsFranklin, Benjamin,FranceGerman literatureYoung menHeine, Heinrich,EuropeJeremiah--(Biblical prophet)German poetryFaust,Rilke, Rainer Maria,European literatureLiterary movementsGerman dramaArtistsGerman fictionEncyclopedias and dictionariesBestiariesLanguage and languagesEnglish language--Early modernReynard the FoxPhysiologusLiterature, ModernLiteratureLange, Victor,Jews--PersecutionsJewsMarranosInquisitionSpainRomanticismPessimismNapoleon--I,--Emperor of the French,Elba and Napoleon's Hundred Days (1814-1815)Italy--ElbaGerman languageAuthors, FrenchAveling, Francis,Bilingual booksMan-woman relationshipsCaxton, William,TravelItalyAnimalsWerther (Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von)189419611900192319241925192819291930193119321934193519361937193819401942194419451946194719481949195419561959196019611962196319641967196819701973199420021032251233928.4PT2027.W3ocn000342322ocn000710101ocn001398567ocn001888200ocn000645171ocn000481031ocn187306918ocn018477097ocn568750770ocn615160762ocn000837212ocn000367977ocn000760526ocn001432027ocn001443882ocn003754500ocn004853020ocn576270364ocn608834706ocn564711258ocn721164086ocn719224498213513ocn000342322book19460.31Zweig, StefanBalzacBiographyPoslední dílo Zweigovo, které patří k nejlepším románovým biografiím 20. století. Pracoval na něm plných deset let a třebas nebylo dokončeno, kreslí mohutný obraz Balzacova života, opravdového románu, jenž strhuje dynamikou12204ocn000294744book19470.33Feuchtwanger, LionProud destiny, a novelFictionNovel which re-creates the court of Marie Antoinette and Louis 16th111423ocn000710101book19400.37Werfel, FranzEmbezzled heavenThis books tells the story of an Austrian cook, Teta, who attempts to buy herself into heaven in a round-about way by paying for her nephew's clerical education. Teta assumes that when her nephew becomes a priest, his grateful prayers will prove her salvation. Neither her plans, nor her nephew, turn out as she'd expected70211ocn001380940book19310.56Rose, WilliamMen, myths, and movements in German literature : a volume of historical and critical papersCriticism, interpretation, etc60919ocn000439718book19280.59Rose, WilliamContemporary movements in European literatureCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliography53911ocn000297463book19380.50Werfel, FranzHearken unto the voiceFiction46017ocn000077320book19380.63Rose, WilliamRainer Maria Rilke; aspects of his mind and poetryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+926168383539111ocn001380535book19560.63Rose, WilliamHeinrich Heine; two studies of his thought and feeling35714ocn001432027book19310.70Rose, WilliamAn outline of modern knowledge33312ocn001599352book19620.63Rose, WilliamThe early love poetry of Heinrich Heine; an inquiry into poetic inspiration2973ocn000837212book19490.66Rose, WilliamEssays on Goethe2939ocn000367977book19600.59Rose, WilliamA book of modern German lyric verse, 1890-19552557ocn000760526book19000.07The epic of the beast, consisting of English translations of the history of Reynard the Fox and PhysiologusFolkloreGlossaries, vocabularies, etc2544ocn002608437book19630.66The historie of the damnable life and deserved death of Doctor John Faustus. Modernized, edited, and introduced by William RoseLegends2273ocn003198901book19250.74The history of the damnable life and deserved death of Doctor John Faustus (1592) ; together with the second report of Faustus, containing his appearances and the deeds of Wagner (1594)Legends1506ocn000503859book19230.74Rose, WilliamThe travels of Baron Münchausen. Gulliver revived, or The vice of lying properly exposed1365ocn003143547book19240.77Rose, WilliamFrom Goethe to Byron; the development of ʻweltschmerzʼ in German literatureCriticism, interpretation, etc1202ocn001398567book19360.74Roth, JosephThe ballad of the hundred daysFiction1182ocn001888200book19350.79Marcu, ValeriuThe expulsion of the Jews from SpainHistory1137ocn001834960book19290.33Goethe, Johann Wolfgang vonSelected poemsCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionPoetryAutobiographical fictionEpistolary fictionLove storiesPastoral fictionGerman classic about a young romantic's life and suicide which sparked a rash of suicide in the 18th century11ocn071129983mix1.00MacDowell, EdwardEdward and Marian MacDowell collectionRecords and correspondenceThe materials of the Edward and Marian MacDowell Collection are organized in three distinct but interrelated categories: the papers of Edward A. MacDowell, the papers of Marian Nevins MacDowell, and the records of the MacDowell Colony. The assembled materials cover a period of more than 100 years but are most concentrated in two areas: holograph manuscripts and first editions of the music of Edward MacDowell, and Marian MacDowell's correspondence, most of which dates from the early 1900's until her death in 1956. Noteworthy correspondents include Teresa Carreño, Hamlin Garland, John Knowles Paine, Upton Sinclair, Elinor Wylie, Templeton Strong, William Rose, Elinor Benét, Leonard Bernstein, Dudley Buck, Willa Cather, Aaron Copland, Olin Downes, Edwin Arlington Robinson, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Thornton Wilder, Nina Maud Richardson, and publishers Breitkopf & Härtel and A.P. Schmidt. Also included are biographical writings by Anna Baetz, MacDowell's nurse, and Anna Nevins, sister of Marian MacDowell+-+9261683835+-+9261683835Thu Oct 16 15:08:01 EDT 2014batch17063