4 edition of London German studies I found in the catalog.
by Institute of Germanic Studies, University of London in London
Written in English
|Statement||edited by C.V. Bock.|
|Series||Publications of the Institute of Germanic Studies -- v. 26., Publications (University of London. Institute of Germanic Studies) -- 26.|
|Contributions||Bock, C. V., University of London. Institute of Germanic Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||165 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||165|
: London German Studies: No. 2 (Institute of Germanic Studies Publications) (): Stern, J. P.: Books. London German Studies I. Edited by C.V. Bock. 1 October Institute of Germanic Studies Publications. London German Studies. × mm. pp. Formats: Paperback: Paperback £ The subject matter of the seven papers presented here as London German Studies spans the period from about to the present day. All.
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The book London German Studies XV: The Window. Motif and Topos in Austrian, German and Swiss Art and Literature, Edited by Heide Kunzelmann is published by University of London Press.
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Launched inthis series comprises monographs, volumes of essays by a single author or by various hands, and the proceedings of conferences held at the Institute and occasionally, elsewhere.
The sub-series London German Studies, publishes a selection of papers delivered at the Institute or further afield.
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× mm. pp. Formats: Paperback: No ISBN. Paperback £ Derived from a symposium at the Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies in Michael Hamburger’s memory, this volume explores his poetry and creative prose, his translations, the ‘person’ and his world. His scholarly writing was one element in his.