Tuesday, 27 October 2015

German Literature Month V: Please link your contributions here.

Please link to your #germanlitmonth contributions here. The first linky is for contributions by author. The second is for contributions by translator when the work read is a translation. It will be interesting to see the outcome of this.

Example links:
In the author linky: The Robbers - Friedrich Schiller (Lizzy's Literary Life)
In the translator index: Alexander Fraser Tytler (The Robbers - Friedrich Schiller)

A) Author Index



B) Translator Index

14 comments:

  1. Lizzy I seem to have messed up my simple entry Goldfish Memories my Monique Schwitter translated by Eluned Gramich

    Pat

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  2. Adam and Evelyn by Ingo Schulze is a light humorous about that excellent year in German history, 1989. http://bit.ly/1GSqn3o

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  3. Please remove my entries 21, 22, and 23. A mistaken computer entry on my part Sorry

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  4. A review by Vishy which can't be added to the linky because the uRl is too long

    https://vishytheknight.wordpress.com/2015/11/07/german-literature-month-how-a-ghastly-story-was-brought-to-light-by-a-common-or-garden-butchers-dog-by-johann-peter-hebel-translated-by-john-hibberd-and-nicholas-jacobs/

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  5. Still not getting it. Could you please link my post for Montaigne by Stefan Zweig. I just ended up with my blog name on the list. I might figure it out by month end! Thx, Joe

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  6. And another long URL from Vishy ...

    https://vishytheknight.wordpress.com/2015/11/11/german-literature-month-the-marvel-of-biographical-bookkeeping-by-francis-nenik-translated-by-katy-derbyshire/

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  9. Sorry Lizzie: Should be The Woman taken in Adultery--Not A Woman...

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  10. Mel - your review of Rebellion has been added at 81.

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  11. I used the mr Linky tool to clear the field and all seems ok now, thanks an

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  12. I have linked two specialty items from Seagull Books together (both trans by Martin Chalmers) One is a fable by Thomas Bernhard as an art book, the other a book of small pieces and photographs called December by Alexander Kluge. That is a preview because I will read it next month - in December!

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  13. Ooof - I am so sorry, all that seems to have come up is the blog name! - I don't understand why, I guess I should have done HTML formatting surrounds, I'm so sorry - book is Zwei9g's Beware of Pity

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