Novels Plays Essays Gl 90

Overview

Texts include selections from "Sketchbook 1946-1949," "I'm Not Stiller," "Homo Faber: A Report," "Gantenbein," "Sketchbook 1966-1971," "Wilhelm Tell: A School Text," "Military Service Record," "Montauk," and "Man in the Holocene." The plays includes selections from "Now They are Singing Again," "Don Juan," "Andorra," "The Fire Raisers," "Biography: A Game," and "Tryptich: Three Scenic Panels." The essays and speeches include "Emigrants," "Foreignization I," "Switzerland as ...

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Overview

Texts include selections from "Sketchbook 1946-1949," "I'm Not Stiller," "Homo Faber: A Report," "Gantenbein," "Sketchbook 1966-1971," "Wilhelm Tell: A School Text," "Military Service Record," "Montauk," and "Man in the Holocene." The plays includes selections from "Now They are Singing Again," "Don Juan," "Andorra," "The Fire Raisers," "Biography: A Game," and "Tryptich: Three Scenic Panels." The essays and speeches include "Emigrants," "Foreignization I," "Switzerland as Heimat," and "Questionaire 1987."

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780826403223
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury
  • Publication date: 2/1/1989
  • Series: German Library Series , #90
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 354
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.82 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword: Peter Demetz

Introduction: Rolf Kieser

PART I: NOVELS AND OTHER NARRATIVES

From SKETCHBOOK 1946-1949

Translated by Geoffrey Skelton

From I'M NOT STILLER

Translated by Michael Bullock

From HOMO FABER: A REPORT

Translated by Michael Bullock

From GANTENBEIN

Translated by Michael Bullock

From SKETCHBOOK 1966-1971

Translated by Geoffrey Skelton

WILHELM TELL: A SCHOOL TEXT

Translated by Lore Segal and Paul Stern

From MILITARY SERVICE RECORD

Translated by Alice Carey

From MONTAUK

Translated by Geoffrey Skelton

From MAN IN THE HOLOCENE

Translated by Geoffrey Skelton

PART II: PLAYS

From NOW THEY ARE SINGING AGAIN

Translated by Alice Carey

DON JUAN, OR THE LOVE OF GEOMETRY and Postscript

Translated by Michael Bullock

From ANDORRA

Translated by Michael Bullock

From THE FIRE RAISERS

Translated by Michael Bullock

From BIOGRAPHY: A GAME

Translated by Michael Bullock

From TRIPTYCH: THREE SCENIC PANELS

Translated by Geoffrey Skelton

PART III: ESSAYS AND SPEECHES

EMIGRANTS

Speech on the Occasion of the Awarding of the Georg Buchner Prize, 1958

Translated by Alice Carey

FOREIGNIZATION I

Translated by Alice Carey

SWITZERLAND AS HEIMAT?

Speech on teh Occasion of the Awarding of the Grand Schiller Prize

Translated by Alice Carey

QUESTIONNAIRE

Words of Thankson the Occasion of the Bestowal of an Honorary Doctorate by the Politechnical Institute of Berline, June 29, 1987

Translated by Rolf Kieser

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