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German books in print

German books in print Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015046811975
Release 2000
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Recoding World Literature

Recoding World Literature Author B. Venkat Mani
ISBN-10 9780823273423
Release 2016-12-01
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From the current vantage point of the transformation of books and libraries, B. Venkat Mani presents a historical account of world literature. By locating translation, publication, and circulation along routes of "bibliomigrancy"--the physical and virtual movement of books--Mani narrates how world literature is coded and recoded as literary works find new homes on faraway bookshelves. Mani argues that the proliferation of world literature in a society is the function of a nation's relationship with print culture--a Faustian pact with books. Moving from early Orientalist collections, to the Nazi magazine Weltliteratur, to the European Digital Library, Mani reveals the political foundations for a history of world literature that is at once a philosophical ideal, a process of exchange, a mode of reading, and a system of classification. Shifting current scholarship's focus from the academic to the general reader, from the university to the public sphere, Recoding World Literature argues that world literature is culturally determined, historically conditioned, and politically charged.



The Bionic Print

The Bionic   Print Author Source: Wikia
ISBN-10 1234717239
Release 2011-11
Pages 72
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This book consists of articles from Wikia. Pages: 33. Chapters: Activity books, Books, Comics, German Books, Magazines, Postcards, Trading Cards, The Bionic Woman's Brain Teasers, The Bionic Woman Action-Adventure Activity Book, The Bionic Woman Fun Activity Book, The Six Million Dollar Man's Bionic Brain Benders, The Six Million Dollar Man's Bionic Eye Rebus Puzzles, The Six Million Dollar Man's Secret Code Puzzles, The Six Million Dollar Man Activity Book, The Six Million Dollar Man Coloring Book, The Six Million Dollar Man Dot-to-Dot Book, Cyborg, Cyborg IV, Extracurricular Activities, High Crystal, International Incidents, Operation Nuke, Pilot Error, The Bionic Book, The Bionic Woman Annual 1977, The Bionic Woman Annual 1978, The Secret of Bigfoot Pass, The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman, The Six Million Dollar Man Annual 1977, The Solid Gold Kidnapping, Welcome Home, Jaime, Wine, Women and War, Bionic Action, Bionix, El Hombre Nuclear, El Hombre Nuclear, Fundimension model kits, L'Homme qui valait 3 milliards, Look-in, Os Bionicos, The Bionic Woman, The Bionic Woman, The Six Million Dollar Man, The Six Million Dollar Man, The Six Million Dollar Man, Blindflug, Cyborg IV, Der Atombomben-Coup, Der gestohlene Minister, Der korrigierte Mensch, Die Menschmaschine, Die Strasse der Gotter, Duell der Giganten, Unheimliche Begegnung, Verschworung gegen USA, Look-in, The Six Million Dollar Man, Charlton Comics, Counterpoint, The Bionic Woman Trading Cards. Excerpt: The requested page title was invalid, empty, or an incorrectly linked inter-language or inter-wiki title.It may contain one or more characters that can't be used in titles. Return to Main Page. The Bionic Woman Action-Adventure Activity Book was a book for young readers published by Grosset & Dunlap and licensed from Universal Studios in 1976. Based upon The Bionic Woman, the book features activities such as connect-the-dots, word search puzzles, posters to color, mazes, and mini-comic books...



The German print portfolio 1890 1930

The German print portfolio  1890 1930 Author Robin Reisenfeld
ISBN-10 UOM:39015029298208
Release 1992
Pages 159
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A comprehensive examination of the print portfolio as an art form.



Verzeichnis lieferbarer B cher 86 87

Verzeichnis lieferbarer B  cher  86 87 Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:21554355
Release 1986
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Mapping Ethnography in Early Modern Germany

Mapping Ethnography in Early Modern Germany Author S. Leitch
ISBN-10 9780230112988
Release 2010-09-27
Pages 267
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As the first book-length examination of the role of German print culture in mediating Europe's knowledge of the newly discovered people of Africa, South Asia, and the Americas, this work highlights a unique and early incident of visual accuracy and an unprecedented investment in the practice of ethnography.



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ISBN-10 OCLC:910065688
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Rewriting German History

Rewriting German History Author Jan Rüger
ISBN-10 9781137347794
Release 2015-10-11
Pages 336
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Rewriting German History offers striking new insights into key debates about the recent German past. Bringing together cutting-edge research and current discussions, this volume examines developments in the writing of the German past since the Second World War and suggests new directions for scholarship in the twenty-first century.



The Cambridge Companion to the Modern German Novel

The Cambridge Companion to the Modern German Novel Author Graham Bartram
ISBN-10 0521483921
Release 2004-04-05
Pages 294
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The Cambridge Companion to the Modern German Novel, first published in 2004, provides a broad ranging introduction to the major trends in the development of the German novel from the 1890s to the present. Written by an international team of experts, it encompasses both modernist and realist traditions, and also includes a look back to the roots of the modern novel in the Bildungsroman of the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The structure is broadly chronological, but thematically-focused chapters examine topics such as gender anxiety, images of the city, war, and women's writing; within each chapter, key works are selected for close attention. Unique in its combination of breadth of coverage and detailed analysis of individual works, and featuring a chronology and guides to further reading, this Companion will be indispensable to students and teachers.



The Mansions of England in the Olden Time

The Mansions of England in the Olden Time Author Joseph Nash
ISBN-10 PRNC:32101078303227
Release 1871
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Subject guide to German books in print

Subject guide to German books in print Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105012105297
Release 1980
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Magazines for Libraries

Magazines for Libraries Author Bill (CRT) Katz
ISBN-10 1600306519
Release 2014-11-01
Pages 869
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Culture and Catastrophe

Culture and Catastrophe Author Steven E. Aschheim
ISBN-10 9780814706428
Release 1996
Pages 210
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Our understandings of culture and of the catastrophe unleashed by National Socialism have always been regarded as interrelated. For all its brutality, Nazism always spoke in the name of the great German tradition, often using such high culture to justify atrocities committed. Were not such actions necessary for the defense of classical cultural values and ideal images against the polluted, degenerate groups who sought to sully and defile them? Ironically, some of National Socialism's victims confronted and interpreted their experiences precisely through this prism of culture and catastrophe. Many of these victims had traditionally regarded Germany as a major civilizing force. In fact, from the late eighteenth century on, German Jews had constructed themselves in German culture's image. Many of the German-speaking Jewish intellectuals who became victims of National Socialism had been raised and completely absorbed in the German humanistic tradition. Steven E. Aschheim here engages the multiple aspects of German and German-Jewish cultural history which touch upon the intricate interplay between culture and catastrophe, providing insights into the relationship between German culture and the origins, dispositions, and aftermath of National Socialism. He analyzes the designation of Nazism as part of the West's cultural code representing an absolute standard of evil, and sheds light on the problematics of current German, Jewish, and Israeli inscriptions of Nazism and its atrocities.



Reading Books and Prints as Cultural Objects

Reading Books and Prints as Cultural Objects Author Evanghelia Stead
ISBN-10 9783319538327
Release 2017-12-20
Pages 317
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This book contributes significantly to book, image and media studies from an interdisciplinary, comparative point of view. Its broad perspective spans medieval manuscripts to e-readers. Inventive methodology offers numerous insights into visual, manuscript and print culture: material objects relate to meaning and reading processes; images and texts are examined in varied associations; the symbolic, representational and cultural agency of books and prints is brought forward. An introduction substantiates methods and approaches, ten chapters follow along media lines: from manuscripts to prints, printed books, and e-readers. Eleven contributors from six countries challenge the idea of a unified field, revealing the role of books and prints in transformation and circulation between varying cultural trends, ‘high’ and ‘low’. Mostly Europe-based, the collection offers book and print professionals, academics and graduates, models for future research, imaginatively combining material culture with archival data, cultural and reading theories with historical patterns.



Crime and Culture in Early Modern Germany

Crime and Culture in Early Modern Germany Author Joy Wiltenburg
ISBN-10 9780813933023
Release 2012
Pages 268
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With the growth of printing in early modern Germany, crime quickly became a subject of wide public discourse. Sensational crime reports, often featuring multiple murders within families, proliferated as authors probed horrific events for religious meaning. Coinciding with heightened witch panics and economic crisis, the spike in crime fears revealed a continuum between fears of the occult and more mundane dangers. In Crime and Culture in Early Modern Germany, Joy Wiltenburg explores the beginnings of crime sensationalism from the early sixteenth century into the seventeenth century and beyond. Comparing the depictions of crime in popular publications with those in archival records, legal discourse, and imaginative literature, Wiltenburg highlights key social anxieties and analyzes how crime texts worked to shape public perceptions and mentalities. Reports regularly featured familial destruction, flawed economic relations, and the apocalyptic thinking of Protestant clergy. Wiltenburg examines how such literature expressed and shaped cultural attitudes while at the same time reinforcing governmental authority. She also shows how the emotional inflections of crime stories influenced the growth of early modern public discourse, so often conceived in terms of rational exchange of ideas.



Energy Democracy

Energy Democracy Author Craig Morris
ISBN-10 9783319318912
Release 2016-10-06
Pages 437
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This book outlines how Germans convinced their politicians to pass laws allowing citizens to make their own energy, even when it hurt utility companies to do so. It traces the origins of the Energiewende movement in Germany from the Power Rebels of Schönau to German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s shutdown of eight nuclear power plants following the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident. The authors explore how, by taking ownership of energy efficiency at a local level, community groups are key actors in the bottom-up fight against climate change. Individually, citizens might install solar panels on their roofs, but citizen groups can do much more: community wind farms, local heat supply, walkable cities and more. This book offers evidence that the transition to renewables is a one-time opportunity to strengthen communities and democratize the energy sector – in Germany and around the world.



Go Went Gone

Go  Went  Gone Author Jenny Erpenbeck
ISBN-10 9780811225953
Release 2017-09-15
Pages 320
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An unforgettable German bestseller about the European refugee crisis: “Erpenbeck will get under your skin” (Washington Post Book World) Go, Went, Gone is the masterful new novel by the acclaimed German writer Jenny Erpenbeck, “one of the most significant German-language novelists of her generation” (The Millions). The novel tells the tale of Richard, a retired classics professor who lives in Berlin. His wife has died, and he lives a routine existence until one day he spies some African refugees staging a hunger strike in Alexanderplatz. Curiosity turns to compassion and an inner transformation, as he visits their shelter, interviews them, and becomes embroiled in their harrowing fates. Go, Went, Gone is a scathing indictment of Western policy toward the European refugee crisis, but also a touching portrait of a man who finds he has more in common with the Africans than he realizes. Exquisitely translated by Susan Bernofsky, Go, Went, Gone addresses one of the most pivotal issues of our time, facing it head-on in a voice that is both nostalgic and frightening.