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The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

by Various Authors

  • The Contemporary Short Story. By Julius Petersen
  • HELENE BÖHLAU: The Ball of Crystal. Translated by A. I. du P. Coleman
  • CLARA VIEBIG: Burning Love. Translated by William Guild Howard
  • EDUARD VON KEYSERLING: Gay Hearts. Translated by Bayard Quincy Morgan
  • THOMAS MANN: Tonio Kröger. Translated by Bayard Quincy Morgan
  • LUDWIG THOMA: Matt the Holy. Translated by Bayard Quincy Morgan
  • RUDOLF HANS BARTSCH: The Styrian Wine-Carter. Translated by Bayard Quincy Morgan
  • EMIL STRAUSS: Mara. Translated by William Guild Howard
  • HERMANN HESSE: In the Old "Sun." Translated by A. I. du P. Coleman
  • ERNST ZAHN: Stephen the Smith. Translated by Katharine Royce
  • JAKOB SCHAFFNER: The Iron Idol. Translated by Mrs. Amelia von Ende

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