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Michael Wittmann & the Waffen SS Tiger Commanders of the Leibstandarte in WWII

Michael Wittmann & the Waffen SS Tiger Commanders of the Leibstandarte in WWII

Author: Patrick Agte
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811744744
Pages: 432
Year: 2006-08-25
The story of one of the most successful and decorated tank commanders of all time. Contains maps, official documents, newspaper clippings, and orders of battle.
The Lillian Lectures

The Lillian Lectures

Author: Wendy Agnew
Publisher: Coach House Books
ISBN: 1552450155
Pages: 112
Year: 1999
Hide under your bed! Are You There, God? It's Me, Margaret meets South Park in The Lillian Lectures, a collection of short poems and cheerfully nasty illustrations that will turn your universe on its head. Remember how strange you thought sex and God were when you were little? Six-year-old Melanie is weirder and naughtier than you ever were, and now she's passing her wealth of wacky wisdom on to her little sister, Lillian. Your mom would never let you play with them, but you sure would have wanted to; Melanie is the ultimate bad influence.
Metzler Lexikon amerikanischer Autoren

Metzler Lexikon amerikanischer Autoren

Author: Bernd Engler
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 768
Year: 2000

Alphabetical Africa

Alphabetical Africa

Author: Walter Abish
Publisher: New Directions Publishing
ISBN: 0811205339
Pages: 152
Year: 1974-01-01
Abish, Alphbetical Africa. A continent forms and crumbles through a linguistic tour de force.
How German Is It

How German Is It

Author: Walter Abish
Publisher: New Directions Publishing
ISBN: 0811224821
Pages: 256
Year: 1980-11-17
Ulrich Hargenau testifies against fellow members of a German terrorist group in order to save himself and his wife, Paula, and contemplates the nature of his German heritage. The question How German Is It underlies the conduct and actions of the characters in Walter Abish's novel, an icy panorama of contemporary Germany, in which the tradition of order and obedience, the patrimony of the saber and the castle on the Rhine, give way to the present, indiscriminate fascination with all things American. On his return from Paris to his home city of Würtenburg, Ulrich Hargenau, whose father was executed for his involvement in the 1944 plot against Hitler, is compelled to ask himself, "How German am l?"––as he compares his own recent attempt to save his life, and his wife Paula's, by testifying against fellow members of a terrorist group, with his father's selfless heroism. Through Ulrich––privileged, upper class––we confront the incongruities of the new democratic Germany, in particular the flourishing community of Brumholdstein, named after the country's greatest thinker, Brumhold, and built on the former site of a concentration camp. Paula's participation in the destruction of a police station; the State's cynical response to crush the terrorists; two attempts on Ulrich's life; the discovery in Brumholdstein of a mass grave of death camp inmates––all these, with subtle irony, are presented as pieces of a puzzle spelling out the turmoil of a society's endeavor to avoid the implications of its menacing heritage.
Don Quixote, which was a Dream

Don Quixote, which was a Dream

Author: Kathy Acker
Publisher: Grove Press
ISBN: 0802131921
Pages: 207
Year: 1986
Facing the trauma of an abortion, a young woman mentally escapes by setting out on a series of adventures as Don Quixote
A Nest of Ninnies

A Nest of Ninnies

Author: John Ashbery, James Schuyler
Publisher: Dalkey Archive Press
ISBN: 1564785203
Pages: 191
Year: 2008
The Tosti sisters of Paris, France, have come to the small, upstate New York village of Kelton for a change of pace. But when the pair enters the lives of Alice, an unfulfilled cellist, her brother Marshall, and Fabia and Victor, another sister and brother who are as bumbling as they are overindulged, it is certain that Kelton will never again be the same unassuming place.
The Fictional Republic

The Fictional Republic

Author: Carol Nackenoff
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 019507923X
Pages: 364
Year: 1994
Investigating the persistence and place of the formulas of Horatio Alger in American politics, The Fictional Republic reassesses the Alger story in its Gilded Age context. Carol Nackenoff argues that Alger was a keen observer of the dislocations and economic pitfalls of the rapidly industrializing nation, and devised a set of symbols that addressed anxieties about power and identity. As classes were increasingly divided by wealth, life chances, residence space, and culture, Alger maintained that Americans could still belong to one estate. The story of the youth who faces threats to his virtue, power, independence, and identity stands as an allegory of the American Republic. Nackenoff examines how the Alger formula continued to shape political discourse in Reagan's America and beyond.
99, the new meaning

99, the new meaning

Author: Walter Abish
Publisher: Burning Deck Books
ISBN:
Pages: 110
Year: 1990

Tar - A Midwest Childhood

Tar - A Midwest Childhood

Author: Sherwood Anderson
Publisher: Walton Press
ISBN: 1473303354
Pages: 368
Year: 2013-04
This early work by Sherwood Anderson was originally published in 1926 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. 'Tar - A Midwest Childhood' is a semi-autobiographical work about small-town life in late-nineteenth-century Ohio. In 1908, Anderson began writing short stories and novels. He moved to Chicago, where he found work in an advertising agency and became friends with other writers in Chicago, including Floyd Dell, Theodore Dreiser, Ben Hecht and Carl Sandburg. Starting in 1914, the now-politicised Anderson began having his work published in 'The Masses', a socialist journal. Anderson's first novel, 'Windy McPherson's Son', was published in 1916. This was followed by the novel 'Marching Men' (1917) and a collection of prose poems, 'Mid-American Chants' (1918). A year later, 'Winesburg, Ohio' (1919), Anderson's best-remembered and best-known work, was published.
Novels, Mont Saint Michel, The Education

Novels, Mont Saint Michel, The Education

Author: Henry Adams
Publisher: Springer Science & Business
ISBN: 0940450127
Pages: 1246
Year: 1983
Two novels dealing with the impact of social change on women are accompanied by autobiographical writings and an analysis of the medieval spirit in literature and architecture
Understanding Edward Albee

Understanding Edward Albee

Author: Matthew Charles Roudané
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 221
Year: 1987

Hello Towns

Hello Towns

Author: Sherwood Anderson
Publisher: Ward Press
ISBN: 1473303281
Pages: 368
Year: 2013-04
This early work by Sherwood Anderson was originally published in 1929 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. 'Hello Towns' is a collection of newspaper articles written by the author. In 1908, Anderson began writing short stories and novels. He moved to Chicago, where he found work in an advertising agency and became friends with other writers in Chicago, including Floyd Dell, Theodore Dreiser, Ben Hecht and Carl Sandburg. Starting in 1914, the now-politicised Anderson began having his work published in 'The Masses', a socialist journal. Anderson's first novel, 'Windy McPherson's Son', was published in 1916. This was followed by the novel 'Marching Men' (1917) and a collection of prose poems, 'Mid-American Chants' (1918). A year later, 'Winesburg, Ohio' (1919), Anderson's best-remembered and best-known work, was published.
The LeRoi Jones/Amiri Baraka Reader

The LeRoi Jones/Amiri Baraka Reader

Author: Amiri Baraka
Publisher: Basic Books
ISBN: 1560252383
Pages: 624
Year: 1999-11-22
Amiri Baraka - dramatist, poet, essayist, orator, and fiction writer - is one of the preeminent African-American literary figures of our time. The Leroi Jones/Amiri Baraka Reader provides the most comprehensive selection of Baraka's work to date, spanning almost 40 years of a brilliant, prolific, and controversial career, in which he has produced more than 12 books of poetry, 26 plays, eight collections of essays and speeches, and two books of fiction. This updated edition contains over 50 pages of previously unpublished work, as well as a chronology and full bibliography.
Hunger for Home

Hunger for Home

Author: Sarah Elbert
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 346
Year: 1987
Examines the life of the nineteenth century American writer and feminist, discusses her major novels and stories, and looks at the issues of her day