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The Nobel prize winners in literature, 1901-1931,

Author: Annie Russell Marble
Publisher: New York, London, D. Appleton and Company, 1932.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Marble, Annie Russell, 1864-1936.
Nobel prize winners in literature, 1901-1931.
New York, London, D. Appleton and company, 1932
(OCoLC)692051533
Named Person: Alfred Bernhard Nobel; Alfred Bernhard Nobel
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Annie Russell Marble
OCLC Number: 2721983
Notes: "Chronological list of Nobel prize winners in literature": pages 395-396.
Description: xix, 441 pages frontispiece, portraits 21 cm
Contents: Alfred Nobel: The Conditions of His Will and Literary Results --
Poets of France and Provenece: Sully-Prudhomme(1901); Frederic Mistral (1904) --
Two German Scholars: Theodore Mommsen (1902); Rudolf Eucken (1908) --
Bjornson: Norwegian Novelist and Playwright (1903) --
Giosue Carducci --
Italian Poet (1906) --
Writings of Rudyard Kipling Before and After the Award (1907) --
Selma Lagerlof --
Swedish Realist and Idealist (1909) --
Paul Heyse (1910) Gerhart Hauptmann (1912) --
Maeterlinck --
Belgian-Symbolist and Poet-Platwright (1911) --
Rabindranath Tagore --
Bengalesse Mystic-Poet (1913) --
Romain Rolland and Jean-Christophe (1915) --
A Group of Winners --
Novelist and Poets: Verner Von Heidenstam (1916); Henrik Pontoppidan (1917); Karl Gjellerup (1917); Carl Spitteler (1919). Knut Hamsun and His Novels of Norwegian Life (1920) --
Anatole France --
Versatile Stylist in Fiction and Essays (1921) --
Two Spanish Dramatisits: Jose Echegaray (1904); JAcinto Benavente (1922) --
W.B. Yeats and His PArt in the Celtic Revival (1923) --
Honors to Polish Fiction: Henryk Sienkiewicz (1905); Ladislaw Stanislaw Reymount (1924) --
Chronological List of Nobel Prize Winners in Literature.
Responsibility: by Annie Russell Marble.

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