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The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Volume 05 Masterpieces of German Literature Translated into English by Various

The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Volume 05 Masterpieces of German Literature Translated into English by Various

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Twentieth Centuries: Masterpieces of German Literature Translated into English,
Volume 5., by Various

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Title: The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries:

Masterpieces of German Literature Translated into English, Volume 5.
Author: Various
Release Date: July 12, 2004 [EBook #12888]
Language: English
Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1
*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK GERMAN CLASSICS ***

Produced by Stan Goodman, Leah Moser and the Online Distributed
Proofreading Team.

VOLUME V
THE GERMAN CLASSICS
Masterpieces of German Literature
TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH
Patrons' Edition IN TWENTY VOLUMES
ILLUSTRATED
1914

CONTRIBUTORS AND TRANSLATORS
VOLUME V*
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Special Writers

FRANK THILLY, PH.D., LL.D., Professor of Philosophy, Cornell University: The Romantic Philosophers--Fichte, Schelling, and Schleiermacher.

GEORGE H. DANTON, PH.D., Professor of German, Butler College: Later
German Romanticism.
Translators
PERCY MACKAYE, Dramatist and Poet: Departure; Would I were Free as
are My Dreams.

A.I. DU P. COLEMAN, A.M., Professor of English Literature, College of the City of New York: Taillefer; The Lion's Bride; The Crucifix; The Old Singer; From My Childhood Days; The Invitation; A Parable; At Forty Years; etc.

MARGARETE M NSTERBERG: Selections from The Boy's Magic Horn; Union
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Song; The Mother Tongue; Spring Greeting to the Fatherland; Freedom;
Charlemagne's Voyage; Chidher; etc.
HERMAN MONTAGU DONNER: L tzow's Wild Band; Cavalryman's Morning
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Song.
LOUIS H. GRAY, PH.D.: Addresses to the German Nation.
FREDERIC H. HEDGE: The Destiny of Man; The Wonderful History of

Peter Schlemihl; The Golden Pot.
GEORGE RIPLEY: On the Social Element in Religion.
J. ELLIOT CABOT: On the Relation of the Plastic Arts to Nature.
MRS. A.L.W. WISTER: From the Life of a Good-for-nothing.
MARGARET HUNT: The Frog King, or Iron Henry; The Wolf and the Seven

Little Kids; Rapunzel; Haensel and Grethel; The Fisherman and His

Wife.
F.E. BUNNETT: Selections from Undine.
H.W. DULCKEN: Song of the Fatherland; The White Hart; Evening Song;

Before the Doors.
C.T. BROOKS: Men and Knaves; Prayer During Battle; Song of the
Mountain Boy; The Chapel; etc.
W.W. SKEAT: The Shepherd's Sang on the Lord's Day; The Hostess'

Daughter; The Good Comrade.
W.H. FURNESS: The Lost Church; The Minstrel's Curse.
HENRY W. LONGFELLOW: The Luck of Edenhall; Remorse; The Castle by

the Sea.
KATE FREILIGRATH-KROEKER: On the Death of a Child.
C.G. LELAND: The Broken Ring.
ALFRED BASKERVILLE: Morning Prayer; The Castle of Boncourt; Woman's
Love and Life; The Spring of Love; etc.
BAYARD TAYLOR and LILIAN BAYARD TAYLOR KILIANI: The Women of

Weinsberg; Barbarossa; the Grave of Alaric.
JOHN OXENFORD: The Sentinel.
LORD LINDSAY: The Pilgrim Before St. Just's.
BAYARD TAYLOR: He Came to Meet Me.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME V
The Romantic Philosophers--Fichte, Schelling, and Schleiermacher.
By Frank Thilly
Friedrich Schleiermacher
On the Social Element in Religion. Translated by George Ripley
Johann Gottlieb Fichte
The Destiny of Man. Translated by Frederic H. Hedge
Addresses to the German Nation. Translated by Louis H. Gray
Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling
On the Relation of the Plastic Arts to Nature. Translated by J. Elliot
Cabot*
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Later German Romanticism. By George H. Danton
Ludwig Achim von Arnim and Clemens Brentano
The Boy's Magic Horn. Selections translated by Margarete M nsterberg.
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Were I a Little Bird
The Mountaineer
As Many as Sand-grains in the Sea
The Swiss Deserter
The Tailor in Hell
The Reaper

Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm

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