An Anthology of German Literature

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The Book on CD-ROM Advantage. Print only the pages, passages or paragraphs you want, search for key words or terms, read from your laptop, home computer or mini when it pleases you. Share it electroni


cally with friends and relatives. Supply your children with books on their computers instead of video games. Share with 1 or 100 students at the same time for educational purposes. No need to buy a separate electronic device to read a book. Save a Tree. Pay one low price and have as many books of this title that you want to print. CD-ROM Edition No illustrations, not an audio CD, not a DVD, produced in a Microsoft Word Compatible format for reading, printing or research. This book is designed to accompany an introductory study of the history of German literature. It is assumed that the history itself will be learned, so far as necessary, either from lectures or from some other book devoted to the subject. Calvin Thomas (1854 1919) was an American scholar who served as professor of Germanic languages and literature at Columbia University. Thomas, born near Lapeer, Michigan, graduated from the University of Michigan in 1874, and studied at the University of Leipzig in Germany. From 1886 to 1896 he was professor of Germanic languages at the University of Michigan, then filled the same chair at Columbia University. Professor Thomas was president of the Modern Language Association of America from 1896 to 1897, and of the American Dialect Society from 1912 to 1913. He was invovled in the simplified spelling movement and was Chair of Theodore Roosevelt's Simplified Spelling Board. Thomas edited Faust (part i, 1892; part ii, 1897), Hermann und Dorothea (1891), Torquato Tasso (1888), and An Anthology of German Literature.

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