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The Sorrows Of Young Werther Die Leiden Des Jungen Werther

Author : Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
ISBN : 9780486120416
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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One of the first European bestsellers upon its 1774 publication, this classic of Romantic literature is written mostly in the form of letters in which the hero recounts his unrequited love for a married woman.
Category: Foreign Language Study

Des Jungen Kreislers Schatzk Stlein

Author : Carl Krebs
ISBN : 1576470822
Genre : Music
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When Brahms was about twenty years old, he began to copy into the notebook he always carried, long or short passages he had read and wished to keep. This practice belongs to an old tradition followed by Erasmus, Ben Jonson, and John Milton, to mention but three examples. Four of Brahms' notebooks have been preserved. In 1909, twelve years after the composer's death, the German music critic, author, and scholar Carl Krebs collected and published these notebooks in one small, handsome volume. The limited edition was soon exhausted and the collection was never reprinted. Krebs was aided in writing his informative Preface by the author Max Kalbeck, the first volume of whose monumental biography of Brahms had appeared in 1903. Kalbeck calls attention to these notebooks, convinced that they offer the key to Brahms' innermost being. The present volume, translated and introduced by Agnes Eisenberger, provides the original German with its English equivalent on facing pages. The annotations and descriptions of the various authors are by Siegmund Levarie.
Category: Music

Die Beeinflussung Des Jungen Jakob Berg Durch Henry Miller

Author : Fred Schäfer
ISBN : 9781409207443
Genre : Australian fiction
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Im Berlin der sechziger Jahre lebt der junge Jakob Berg ein unstetes und widersprüchliches Leben. Er sieht sich als Künstler, arbeitet als Mechaniker, studiert: er schwankt zwischen den Wertvorstellungen seiner bürgerlichen Erziehung und seinen Zukunftsphantasien. Drei Jahrzehnte später, im Alter von dreiundfünfzig Jahren, liegt er im Sterben in einem indischen Ashram. Er wird von seinem Sohn Wolfgang gefunden. Jakob Berg weiß nicht, dass er einen Sohn hat. Der Sterbende erzählt seine Geschichte: von seiner Flucht vor den Gespenstern der Nazizeit, von Helga, seiner ersten großen Liebe, und davon, wie diese Liebe zu Ende ging. Jakob erzählt von seinen Vorbildern Henry Miller und Ernest Hemingway, seinen literarischen Träumereien, Freuden und Qualen, von seiner Suche nach einer Muse. Er erzählt von der bisexuellen und mysteriösen Marlene...
Category: Australian fiction

Brian Jungen

Author : Brian Jungen
ISBN : UOM:39015058763999
Genre : Art
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Brian Jungen has been celebrated for transforming basic consumer items into evocative objects, rich with humor and meaning. A member of the Doig River band of the Dunne-za Nation, he uses unexpected materials to challenge the influence ethnography has in forming cultural identity. The first survey of his work, the book features essays from respected curators, plus an interview with the artist himself, which set his work in context. Accompanying the text are spectacular reproductions of some of Jungen's most provocative pieces, from early sculptures to recent large-scale installations.
Category: Art

Molecular Applications Of Quantum Defect Theory

Author : Jungen Ch
ISBN : 0750301627
Genre : Science
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As a consequence of new experimental techniques in optical and collision physics, such as multiphoton excitation and VUV radiation generation, quantum defect theory (QDT) has become more widely used as a theoretical tool for experimentalists. Drawing together a historical body of work that contains key research and review papers, Molecular Applications of Quantum Defect Theory studies the QDT and its applications. The book presents all of the elements required to perform useful work in the field while highlighting the versatility and vast possibilities of the applications of the quantum defect method. It begins with an introductory essay written by Professor M. Seaton, one of the pioneers of the field, who outlines the historical development of QDT. The book also includes a substantial bibliography section.
Category: Science

Bel Frucht Und Lendentuch

Author : Niels Gutschow
ISBN : 3447057521
Genre : Religion
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The authors - an architectural historian (Niels Gutschow) and an indologist (Axel Michaels) - are presenting the second part of a trilogy of studies of life-cycle rituals in Nepal, carried out under the auspices of the Collaborative Research Centre "Dynamics of Ritual." The initiation of boys and girls of both Hindus and Buddhists of the ethnic community of Newars in the Kathmandu Valley are documented. The first part of the book presents elements of Newar rituals, the spatial background of Bhaktapur and the hierarchy of ritual specialists - illustrated by 21 maps. The second part documents with detailed descriptions the . rst feeding of solid food, birthday rituals, and pre-puberty rituals like the first shaving of the hair, the boy's initiation with the loincloth (in Buddhist and Hindu contexts), the girl's marriage with the bel fruit and the girl's seclusion. One girl's marriage (Ihi) and three boy's initiations (Kaytapuja) are documented on a DVD. The third part presents the textual tradition: local handbooks and manuals used by the Brahmin priest to guide the rituals. Two of these texts are edited and translated to demonstrate the function of such texts in a variety of contexts.
Category: Religion