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Home>Foreign Literature Books>German Books>German Literature Books (Fiction)>Books Translated into German All Books (Total Items: ) Sort By: Price: Low to High Price: High to Low Name Newest Avg Review Review Count Free Shipping On Sale. As with other bilinguis editions there are multiple language pairs to choose from, so you could read the book in German-English, German-French, German-Chinese, etc. Unfortunately the German translation used here is from and uses quite a bit of archaic spelling (Capitel vs, Kapitel, Thatsache vs. Tatsache, etc.) which may be a distraction Author: André Klein. Long before Fitzgerald, Hemingway, and Steinbeck, there was literature from Germany – one of the true cradles of the written word in though Germany did not become a modern state until , the first books originating from the Germanic culture appeared more than a thousand years ago and Johann Gutenberg, born in Mainz on the banks of the Rhine, changed the world with his. Selected German-American Bibliography Detre Library & Archives, Heinz History Center Updated 8/25/ 4 The German Contribution to the Building of the Americas: Studies in .
For a real biography by a genuine specialist on Nazi Germany, we have to turn to Peter Longerich’s book, ably translated from the German by Jeremy Noakes and Lesley Sharpe. These ten novels, ranging from the late 19th century to the last couple of years, are modern German classics. Earning international acclaim, each one is essential reading. This great book is part of a series that follows a man from Sicily to his new life in Berlin. Aimed at beginning German learners, the books are great for those who want to move on from learning isolated words and begin reading flowing German text. This particular book is a great insight into Germany’s laid-back café culture. Hans Hellmut Kirst (5 December – 13 February ) was a German novelist and the author of 46 books, many of which were translated into English. Kirst is best remembered as the creator of the "Gunner Asch" series which detailed the ongoing struggle of an honest individual to maintain his identity and humanity amidst the criminality and corruption of Nazi Germany.
information about the translator (CV and list of translated works) the translation or partial translation (where possible) Click here to download the application form. This form is in German but help is on hand from: Dr. Robert Stocker: Tel: + [email protected] Germany. In honor of Translation Month (May!) we’ll be starting a series from around the world highlighting works by women we’d love to see reaching an English audience. To kick off our world tour, translator Katy Derbyshire presents ten recent outstanding German books written by women, none of which you can actually read in English (yet).Author: Katy Derbyshire. Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Morgan, Bayard Quincy, Bibliography of German literature in English translation. Madison, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Bayard Quincy Morgan. "Bibliography: National and Trade: German". Guide to the Study and Use of Reference Books (3rd ed.). American Library Association. Albert Ward (). Book production, fiction and the German reading public: Clarendon Press. ISBN Ronald A. Fullerton (). "Creating a Mass Book Market in Germany: The Story of the.